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Tomas Tatar appeared on track for a fifth straight 20-goal season with the Montreal Canadiens in 2018-19. That same season, he achieved his best carreer season with 58 points, finishing second best pointer of the Montreal Canadiens. 

Tomas arrived in Montreal in September 2018 in a trade with the Vegas Golden Knights with the prospect Nick Suzuki and a second round pick for the former captain Max Pacioretty. Since then, he adopted his new city like his own and he got involved in the local community and different project.

The Red Wings selected Tatar in the second round (No. 60) of the 2009 NHL Draft.

Tatar made the Red Wings roster in 2013-14 and earned a new contract by finishing with 39 points (19 goals, 20 assists) in 73 games. Seasons of 29, 21, 25, 20 goals followed. He then had 25 goals in 80 games with the Canadiens last year. This season, Tatar has reached the 300-points career mark.

The native of Ilava, Slovakia, has been a mainstay internationally for his country, participating in two IIHF World Junior Championships, the 2014 Sochi Olympics and four IIHF World Championships. Tatar was the youngest player on Slovakia's roster at the 2012 World Championship in Finland, but contributed five points to help Slovakia win the silver medal.

Photo Credit: Club de Hockey Canadien Inc.