Stars' Seguin, Bishop to miss five months after off-season surgeries

Dallas Stars centre Tyler Seguin. (David Zalubowski/AP)

Dallas Stars centre Tyler Seguin and goaltender Ben Bishop are both expected to be sidelined five months as they recover from off-season surgery, the team announced Tuesday.

Seguin suffered a torn labrum in his hip, which will require five months of rehab time. The 28-year-old only managed two goals and 13 points in 26 games as the Stars made a run to the Stanley Cup final.

Bishop had right knee surgery to repair a torn meniscus. The 33-year-old was unfit to play for most of the post-season after having surgery on his knee in May.

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