Tomas Tatar is now a member of the Colorado Avalanche, with whom he signed a one-season contract in mid-September, and is back in negotiations with the New Jersey Devils this summer.
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Switch to podcasting Boris BramborTomas Tatar admitted he had received an offer from the Newark-based club.
“A one-season offer from the Devils was on the table, but I turned it down because I wanted a longer period,” he said in statements reported by thehockeywriters.com. It was only later that I realized that this was not possible. they [les Devils] gained [Tyler] Toffelli then, and that’s what sealed the deal. »
Recall that the former Montreal Canadiens player changed representation agencies on September 11, one day before reaching an agreement with the Avalanche. He then reached an agreement with Newport Sports Management.
Last year, the 32-year-old athlete collected 48 points in 82 games, while posting the fifth-best scoring differential (+41) in the NHL.
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