Being alone is something that I became accustomed to when my husband began his first season playing professional basketball overseas a year and a half ago.When we were in Italy, I was alone when he traveled to away games (sometimes for as long as five days at a time). Seguin, at 24, is an “all-star” when it comes to scoring—on the ice and, also, with women.He also credits his “shoe game” and his “watch game” as the way into a woman’s, um, heart.Last year, he explained to Jimmy Traina of Sports Illustrated how it works: Sports Illustrated: "Have you ever met a female follower from Twitter for a date or anything like that? Once they start following you and you see they comment you, if they're hot I just add them on Twitter.And then they usually fire me a message like, 'Oh hey thanks for the add.' And that just gets it going.
Plus, he’s a gentleman who doesn’t kiss on the first date: “I usually wait until at least the second time, when I’m kind of dating—when it’s not a lustful yearning and more of an ' I like this girl.'"Here’s what we learned from chatting with Seguin, a.k.a.The two biggest sports couples of 2013 — Manti Te'o and Lennay Kekua, and AJ Mc Carron and Katherine Webb — met on Twitter.It isn't a coincidence, it's a reflection of how athletes form relationships in 2013.Paul Bissonnette of the Phoenix Coyotes is one of the most outspoken players in the NHL.He also openly finds women to go on dates with on Twitter.No matter how hard-working, most wealthy singles still feel the urge for a partner if not for a family.