Tatar is out indefinitely with an upper-body injury.
Tatar was originally labelled as day-to-day with an upper-body injury that he suffered on March 3rd but announced that he's out indefinitely on Tuesday. The most recent timetable could end Tatar's 2020 season.
Source: John Lu 03/11/20, 12:46 pm EST
Tatar (upper-body) is not expected to play on Thursday.
Tatar suffered an upper-body injury early in Tuesday's game against the Islanders and is not expected to play in Tampa Bay. Artturi Lehkonen moved up to the top line after Tatar got hurt and Lukas Vejdemo was recalled from the AHL to take his spot in the lineup.
Tatar is on the ice for warmups; expected to play vs. the Ducks.
Tatar was listed as a game-time decision but he is skating on the top line in warmups and is expected to play vs. the visiting Anaheim Ducks.
Tatar (undisclosed) is questionable to play Thursday vs. the Ducks.
There is no indication what Tatar is dealing with but a flu bug has been going through the Habs room, so it could be that. Consider Tatar a game-time decision and monitor his status as they hit the ice for warmups at 6:30 PM ET.
Tatar (foot) skated on Thursday morning; expected to play vs. the Sharks.
Tatar left Wednesday's practice after taking a puck off of the foot but it seems likely that he will play on Thursday. Tatar has recorded three goals with four assists (seven points) in nine games this season.
Source: John Lu 10/24/19, 11:32 am EST
Tatar left Wednesday’s practice with a foot injury.
Tatar took a shot off of his foot and was forced to leave towards the end of the session. Head coach Claude Julien said he had no update but Tatar was being evaluated, so expect an update in the next 24 hours.
Source: Stu Cowan 10/23/19, 12:44 pm EST
Tatar (flu) will play Tuesday vs. the Red Wings.
Tatar missed Friday’s game in Anaheim but will play against his former team tonight. Tatar has been held off of the scoresheet in his last three games but has 22 goals and 26 assists (48 points) in 67 games this season.
Tatar (illness) is expected to return to the Canadiens lineup on Thursday.
Tatar missed Tuesday’s game vs. the Ducks but is expected to play Thursday vs. the Jets. Tatar will be back on a line with Max Domi and Matthew Peca. He has 16 goals and 23 assists (39 points) in 53 games this season.
Tatar (illness) is a late scratch for the Canadiens.
Source: NHL.com 02/5/19, 7:29 pm EST
Tatar (illness) is on the ice for warmups; expected to play vs. the Ducks.
Tatar (illness) will be a game-time decision on Tuesday.
Tatar missed the morning skate with the flu but head coach Claude Julien said that there’s a chance that he could play tonight. Tatar has been hot recently, scoring two goals with four assists (six points) in his last six games.
Source: Stu Cowan 02/5/19, 12:46 pm EST
The Canadiens have acquired Tomas Tatar, Nick Suzuki and a 2019 2nd Round Pick from the Golden Knights for Max Pacioretty.
Tatar is expected to draw back into the Golden Knights lineup for Game 2.
Source: Sheng Peng 05/14/18, 3:37 pm EST
Tatar is expected to be a healthy scratch for Game 5.
Tatar is expected to draw into the Golden Knights lineup for Game 3.
Tatar is expected to be a healthy scratch for Game 3.
Source: Steve Carp 04/15/18, 2:58 pm EST
Tatar will make his Golden Knights debut on Tuesday.
The Golden Knights have acquired Tomas Tatar from the Red Wings for a 2018 1st Round Pick, a 2019 2nd Round Pick and a 2021 3rd Round Pick.
No one expected the Golden Knights to be buyers at their first trade deadline but here we are. Tatar has picked up 16 goals and 12 assists (28 points) in 62 games with the Red Wings this season and should be a great fit on Vegas’ third line with Cody Eakin and Alex Tuch.
The Red Wings re-signed Tomas Tatar to four-year extension worth $21.2M ($5.3M AAV).
Tatar (illness) practiced on Thursday after missing Wednesday's game.
Tatar was a late scratch from Wednesday’s game vs. the Blues, but he did practice this afternoon. Coach Jeff Blashill said that Tatar did not feel very well, but he is expected to play on Friday.