Tatar (undisclosed) won't play in Game 2 versus the Lightning on Wednesday, John Lu of TSN.ca reports.
At this point, it's hard to imagine Tatar will be featuring at any point in this series considering he has been out of the lineup for the last 13 contests. In terms of the left-wing spot with Tatar still on the shelf, Joel Armia will return to the fourth line while Artturi Lehkonen mans the top trio.
Tatar (undisclosed) will remain on the shelf heading into Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals against the Lightning on Monday, John Lu of TSN.ca reports.
Tatar has missed 12 straight contests for the Habs and could struggle to even break into the lineup once cleared play, especially if Joel Armia (not injury related) and Jake Evans (concussion) are both available. With Tatar set to hit free agency this summer, it's possible he has played his final game in a Habs sweater.
Tatar (undisclosed) will remain unavailable for Thursday's Game 6 clash with Vegas, John Lu of TSN.ca reports.
Tatar will be out of the lineup for the 12th straight contest. Even before he was hurt, the winger was stuck in a 17-game goal drought during which he managed just four helpers while averaging 14:37 of ice time. Even once cleared to play, Tatar is far from a lock to break into the lineup, especially once Jake Evans (concussion) is cleared to play.
Tatar (undisclosed) is not in the lineup for Tuesday's Game 5 versus the Golden Knights.
Tatar will miss his 11th straight contest with the injury. There's been no word of the winger's timeline for a return. The 30-year-old's next chance to return is Thursday's Game 6 in Montreal.
Tatar (undisclosed) will not suit up for Game 4 against Vegas on Sunday, per NHL.com.
Sunday's contest will mark Tatar's 10th consecutive absence but he was on the ice during warmups prior to Game 4. It's unclear if he's nearing a return or if he could be ready to go at some point during this series. The veteran forward will be questionable for Game 5 on Tuesday.
Tatar (undisclosed) won't be in the lineup for Friday's Game 3 versus Vegas, John Lu of TSN.ca reports.
Tatar will miss a ninth straight game Friday and the Canadiens have yet to release an expected timetable for his return, so at this point he can be considered out indefinitely. The 30-year-old winger has picked up one helper and 17 hits through five contests this postseason.
Tatar (undisclosed) is not in the lineup for Wednesday's Game 2 versus the Golden Knights.
Tatar remains sidelined by the mystery injury. It's unclear if he'll be able to return when the series shifts to Montreal for Friday's Game 3.
Tatar (undisclosed) will not be available for Game 1 against Vegas on Monday, NHL.com reports.
There hasn't been much information on Tatar's injury but he'll miss his seventh straight game Monday. At this point, it's unclear if the veteran forward will be able to return during this series against Vegas. He has one point and 17 hits in five playoff games this season.
Tatar (undisclosed) will not be available for Game 4 against the Jets on Monday, Jean-Francois Chaumont of Le Journal de Montreal reports.
As expected, Tatar will miss his sixth straight game, and there's been little information regarding the severity of his injury. The 30-year-old had just one assist and a minus-2 rating in five postseason games prior to being injured. If Wednesday's Game 5 is needed, Tatar will be questionable until another update is available.
Tarar (undisclosed) remains out of the lineup for Sunday's Game 3 against the Jets.
Tatar has been out of action since Game 5 against the Maple Leafs, but the Canadiens have fared just fine without him, winning the last two games against Toronto to win that series 4-3 before racing out to a 2-0 series lead over Winnipeg. With Game 4 scheduled for Monday, the 30-year-old winger seems unlikely to dress for that contest after missing Sunday's game, but official word on Tatar's status should come down prior to Monday's 8:00 p.m. EDT puck drop.
Tatar (undisclosed) will not suit up for Friday's Game 2 tilt with Winnipeg, Chantal Machabee of RDS reports.
It's unclear how severe Tatar's injury is but he'll miss his fourth straight contest Friday. The veteran winger recorded one assist and 17 hits in five games during the first round. He'll be questionable for Game 3 on Sunday.
Tatar (undisclosed) won't play in Wednesday's Game 1 against the Jets.
Tatar will miss a third straight match with his undisclosed issue. The Canadiens have yet to release any details regarding the specific nature of severity of Tatar's injury, so at this point there's no telling when he might be ready to return. The veteran winger has picked up one helper through five games this postseason.
Tatar (undisclosed) is expected to remain on the shelf for Monday's Game 7 clash with the Maple Leafs, John Lu of TSN.ca reports.
Tatar is currently bogged down in a 17-game goal drought dating back to April 12 versus Toronto, so his continued absence may not impact the majority of fantasy players. During his slump, the winger has added just four assists while putting just 19 shots on net. Without Tatar in the lineup, Jake Evans figures to continue filling a first-line role with Phillip Danault and Brendan Gallagher.
Tatar (undisclosed) will not play in Saturday's Game 6 versus the Maple Leafs, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports.
The reason for Tatar's absence is unclear. He logged 15:14 of ice time in Thursday's 4-3 overtime win over the Maple Leafs in Game 5 with no obvious injury. The 30-year-old winger will be replaced in the lineup by Jake Evans.
Tatar had an assist, one shot on net and five hits in Montreal's 2-1 loss to Toronto in Game 3 of their playoff series.
Tatar registered his first point of the playoffs and has just one shot over the series' first three games. He has contributed elsewhere, dishing out 11 hits. Montreal's offense has produced only four goals thus far.
Tatar had one hit and was a minus-3 in Thursday's 5-2 loss to the Maple Leafs.
Tatar returned to the lineup after missing five games due to a lower-body injury. With three games remaining in the shortened regular season, Tatar has 10 goals and 20 assists over 47 games.
Tatar (lower body) will return to the lineup for Thursday's game versus Toronto, Eric Engels of Sportsnet.ca reports.
Tatar is expected to return to a prominent role following his five-game absence, skating on Montreal's top line against the Maple Leafs. He's racked up 30 points through 46 contests this campaign.
Tatar (lower body) is not in the lineup Wednesday against Ottawa.
Tatar will miss his fifth straight game with the injury. He's reportedly day-to-day, but a return to game action has yet to be established.
Tatar (lower body) skated on his own Monday, Pat Hickey of the Montreal Gazette reports.
Montreal head coach Dominque Ducharme described Tatar as day-to-day leading up to back-to-back contests Wednesday (in Ottawa) and Thursday (in Toronto).
Tatar (lower body) isn't in the lineup for Monday's matchup with Toronto, John Lu of TSN Montreal reports.
Tatar's ticketed for a fourth consecutive absence due to this injury. His next chance to play will come Wednesday in Ottawa.
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|05/27||@ TOR||W 4-3 (OT)||0||0||0||0||15:14|
|05/25||vs TOR||L 0-4||0||0||0||-1||15:56|
|05/24||vs TOR||L 1-2||0||1||1||0||13:15|
|05/22||@ TOR||L 1-5||0||0||0||-1||11:27|
|05/20||@ TOR||W 2-1||0||0||0||0||13:52|
|05/12||vs EDM||L 3-4 (OT)||0||0||0||0||15:18|
|05/10||vs EDM||L 3-4 (OT)||0||0||0||-3||11:27|
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