With either Tyler Seguin  or Taylor Hall  set to join the Bruins in tonight’s NHL  draft, it seems only appropriate to take a look back at what’s happened around WEEI.com in the past month with the two stars.
May 27: I spoke with Seguin about what playing in Boston may be like . We discussed his early struggles in the OHL, potentially playing wing, and his intrigue with jumping right into a push for a Cup with the Bruins. I also spoke to his coach, Mike Vellucci, who compared him to Steve Yzerman.
May 28: Peter Chiarelli gave a quote that, if read into as much as it was here, could suggest the Bruins were leaning towards Seguin .
May 31: Former NHL tough guy Warren Rychel, who won a Stanley Cup  with the Avalanche and brought Hall in as GM of the Windsor Spitfires, called the left wing a “tougher” version of Pavel Bure .
June 1: We asked you who you wanted for the Bruins . Sixty-two percent of you wanted Hall, 24 percent said they’d be happy with either, and 14 percent preferred Seguin.
June 2: We got word that the Bruins were bringing in Hall  for a visit. Seguin also met with the Bruins last weekend and the team visited both players’ homes.
June 4: Peter Chiarelli said Hall and Seguin are so close  that trading a large package to secure their preferred player might not be worth it. He emphasized this point several times with the media over the last month.
June 16: Chiarelli admitted that he got a very intriguing offer that stood out from the others involving the second overall pick, but rejected it. He stressed that under no circumstances would the pick be moved , saying “We’re going to take one of those two forwards.”
June 21: Chiarelli said both he and Oilers GM Steve Tambellini were hesitant to show one another their cards .
June 24: Seguin called Boston a “great place, great city.”