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Stars to talk with Seguin about social media slip-ups

Jul 7, 2013, 12:06 PM EDT

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Tyler Seguin‘s arrival in Dallas this week will also come with a sit-down with the team about his exploits on social media and otherwise. After recent Twitter “hacks” and not-so flattering appearances on video, the talk of his off-the-ice lifestyle has gotten a lot of run.

Mike Heika of the Dallas Morning News spoke with Stars GM Jim Nill and finds out that they’re going to have a nice talk to get to the bottom of what’s going on with Seguin.

“My problem with social media is you just don’t know how much of it is true,” Nill said. “I think, as a society, we are trained to believe 100 percent of it is true, and that’s obviously not the case. It’s difficult to validate how things might happen, whether someone was truly hacked, or just what might have happened. I can’t go off hearsay, I need to ask questions.”

Seguin’s supposed party-boy lifestyle was already set to be a topic of discussion with the Stars but maybe the best thing he can do here is just be a bit more serious about his life on the ice.

After all, no one will ask any questions about what you’re doing away from the rink if you’re scoring in bunches on it.

Update (12:30 p.m. ET): Seguin takes a good first step and tweets that he’s shutting down his account for a while.

https://twitter.com/tylerseguin92/status/353913187126611970

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