Tyler Seguin sat out Sunday’s 3-2 shootout loss to Edmonton with concussion-like symptoms, and is listed day-to-day, Stars coach Lindy Ruff said.

Seguin, who had been held out of two practices earlier in the week with a “muscle issue,” developed the symptoms after getting hit against Chicago on Friday. He missed practice on Saturday, and then didn’t work out off-ice in the morning.

“He’s day-to-day with concussion-like symptoms,” Ruff said. “Earlier in the week, there was a muscle strain that we kept him off the ice for, but these two incidents are not related. It was just a hit that didn’t seem like too much, but just caught him right, and he wasn’t feeling good the next morning.”

Ruff said Seguin would join the team on its two-game road trip to Chicago and Toronto. He said the team followed the league-mandated concussion protocol, and that Seguin will continue to follow it until he’s ready to play.

“We went through the protocol in the morning with our doctor coming in and doing the testing on him and ruling him out,” Ruff said. “As soon as he feels better and can exercise and the symptoms go away, he’ll be back getting ready to play.”

That was the first game Seguin has missed this season. He ranks first on the Stars in goals (12) and second in points (23). He is tied for 13th in the NHL in goal-scoring.

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