Tatar finished Tuesday's 6-1 win over Florida with a pair of goals, an assist and a plus-3 rating. Tatar led Montreal forwards with 19:17 of ice time in Tuesday's lopsided win, scoring both his goals in the opening period before adding an assist on Phillip Danault's second-period snipe. The three-point performance means he will finish the season with eight points in four games versus Florida and will hope to stay hot versus the playoff-hopeful Blue Jackets on Thursday.
Tatar scored a goal and added two assists in Saturday's 7-4 win over Buffalo. It was Tatar's first goal in 10 games. He's two points from matching his career mark of 56 points. We think he'll get there. And help you, too.
Tatar recorded a pair of assists in Tuesday's 3-1 win over Detroit Sitting at 50 points through 68 games, Tatar needs six more to tie his career high, set back in 2014-15. The forward missed his team's last game with an illness but returned in fine form Tuesday. Tatar picked up a minor penalty and also dished out a hit in the win.
Tatar (illness) was back at practice Monday, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports. Tatar missed Montreal's last game due to the flu, but his ability to practice here suggests he's no longer under the weather. Look for the owner of 22 goals and 48 points through 67 games to get back into the lineup Tuesday against the Red Wings.
Tatar (illness) won't play in Friday's road game versus the Ducks, Eric Engels of Sportsnet.ca reports. Tatar has been hot lately with seven points in the last 10 games. It's unclear who will bump up to the first line, but Jonathan Drouin appears to be a top candidate for the position. The Canadiens have three days off before Tuesday's game versus the Red Wings, so Tatar has a good chance to get back in then.
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