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Tyler Seguin, the Stars' leading scorer, sits out vs. Oilers because of concussion symptoms

DALLAS - Tyler Seguin, the Dallas Stars' leading goal scorer, is out of the lineup against the Edmonton Oilers because of concussion-like symptoms.

A team spokesman says Sunday that the ailment was caused during Friday's game against Chicago.

Seguin had played in each of Dallas' first 24 games. The first-line centre had scored 12 goals and 11 assists. Only captain Jamie Benn has more points, with 24, than Seguin.

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