"(It was) the biggest grind and the hardest time of our lives as professional athletes, and also the most fun," Seguin told NHL.com's Tom Gulitti. "We had so much fun - that's kind of why it's so disappointing - on this run. It's fun being on this stage. A lot of guys in this league or this business don't have that opportunity to feel this pressure, and we had a lot of fun with it, so it was great.
"But other than that, there's nothing positive you're going to take from the bubble life. It definitely (stunk) and I think we're all looking forward to seeing family and friends now."
Players reported to their respective bubbles July 26, and the Stars' run ended Monday night - over two full months later - as they lost the Stanley Cup Final in Game 6 to the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Seguin finished the postseason with 13 points in 26 games. It was the third time in franchise history the Stars had reached the finals.