Read more: However, Tatar, 26, only scored nine goals the first 41 games of the season, and three of those were in one games. Eleven of his goals came as the Wings we’re limited from the playoffs, and after he got to play with Henrik Zetterberg.Tatar had just eight power play points this past season, despite averaging minutes of power play time per game.The popular program features a workshop series culminating with a concert that has allowed participants to perform alongside renowned traditional singers such as Mariana Sadowska and Nadia Tarnawsky.In 2007, funding from the Government of Alberta allowed two major Canadian-Ukrainian cultural scholars, Andriy Nahachewsky (University of Alberta) and Brian Cherwick, to provide a series of lectures, workshops, and performances on the Prairie music and dance scene of the large Canadian-Ukrainian community of western Canada.Tatar is coming off a 25-goal season, and three straight 20-goal seasons.Only 30 NHL players have scored more goals in the past three seasons than Tatar’s 75 goals.
For example, in "The Tale of the beginning of " - a work dating from the late 16th - early 17th centuries.The Crimean Tatars are a close-knit, minority population (12 per cent) inside the majority-Russian (58 per cent) Crimea. In 1975 he went on a hunger strike, campaigning for his people’s return to their homeland – he was persuaded to end it after 303 days by another famous dissident, Andrei Sakharov.They were part of a significant minority that did not welcome Moscow’s annexation last year and they retain a strong historical grievance with Russia because their entire population was deported to Central Asia on the orders of Stalin in 1944. Mr Dzhemilev was only able to move back to Crimea in 1989 as the Soviet Union began to crumble.Large numbers of Ukrainian Jews also immigrated to the US at the same time, many settling in the Brighton Beach area of Brooklyn.A significant community of Muslim Tatars from the Crimea is centered at a mosque/social center on New Utrecht Ave. Led by cultural specialists Julian Kytasty (Artistic Director of the New York Bandura Ensemble) and Andriy Milavsky (leader of the Cheres ensemble), the was launched in January, 2007 with the goal of building a common “cultural space” serving community members from the different waves of immigration.