Tomas Tatar Stats
- Height / Weight
- 70 / 173 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 12/1/1990 (32)
Tomas Tatar Last 10 Games
Tomas Tatar News
New Jersey Devils winger Tomas Tatar (undisclosed) is a game-time decision for Wednesday's matchup against Detroit. He has yet to miss a game this season, but could be out for the first time after sitting out Tuesday's practice. The 32-year-old has carved out a nice role for himself this term on Nico Hischier's line, and sitting on 22 points through 37 games, Tatar is already just eight points away from matching his last season's output. Hischier also missed Tuesday's practice session, with head coach Lindy Ruff saying that both players had a maintenance day and are available for Wednesday's game, but the mood has changed in 24 hours.
New Jersey Devils winger Tomas Tatar bagged a goal and an assist as the team took down Arizona 4-2 on Saturday. He opened the scoring with his third marker of the campaign and logged a helper on a Jack Hughes strike. Tatar finished with a plus-two rating for the game and recorded two shots in total across 16:15 of action. The Czech winger has heated up on the first line, putting together a career-high seven-game point streak. He's now on 10 points for the whole campaign, and there should be plenty more to come for Tatar, with New Jersey's regular first-line left wing Ondrej Palat (groin) on the shelf for up to 10 weeks.
New Jersey Devils left-winger Tomas Tatar finally got on the board Thursday night for New Jersey. The forward snapped a five-game point drought with a goal and an assist. Tatar also had two takeaways to go with the two shots on goal. The left winger is now up to six goals and 14 points in 28 games on the season. While he is still way off from his point totals during the first two years in Montreal, Tatar is looking like a solid middle-six forward who can occasionally move up and down the lines to provide offense. The winger could go on another one of those mini-point streaks.
New Jersey Devils left-winger Tomas Tatar converted another golden opportunity into a goal on Thursday night versus the Minnesota Wild. Tatar took a breakout pass from Dougie Hamilton and beat Kaapo Kahkonen 7:40 into the second period. That pulled New Jersey to within one goal. This marked the second time in as many games that Tatar scored a goal. Also, the winger had four shots on goal and three scoring chances. This was while playing a little over 13 minutes. It does seem Tatar is more effective with middle-six minutes while being deployed over 60% in the offensive zone. Imagine that.
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