|Born|| October 3 1973,|
Steinbach, MB, CAN
| 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)|
196 lb (89 kg; 14 st 0 lb)
|NHL Draft|| 202nd overall, 1993|
Tallaire played college hockey at Lake Superior State University from 1992 to 1996. Tallaire was selected in the eight round, 202nd overall, by the Vancouver Canucks in the 1993 NHL Entry Draft. He was named the tournament MVP at the 1994 NCAA Championship Tournament, which was won by LSSU.
After college, Tallaire played in the International Hockey League from 1996 to 2001 with the Manitoba Moose, Grand Rapids Griffins, Cleveland Lumberjacks, Long Beach Ice Dogs, Utah Grizzlies, and Kansas City Blades. His best season came with the Grizzlies in 1999-2000, when he scored 31 goals and had 65 points. Aside from the IHL, Tallaire also had brief stints in the American Hockey League and Western Professional Hockey League.
In 2001, Tallaire went to Europe to play in Germany, joining the Iserlohn Roosters of the DEL. After one season with the Roosters, he played three years with the ERC Ingolstadt, interrupted by a season with the Nuremberg Ice Tigers. He signed a one-year contract with the Kölner Haie (Cologne Sharks) prior to the 2006-2007 season, in which he was having his best season offensively before tearing his ACL midway through the season. After his recovery, the Sharks offered him another one-year contract for the following season, in which the Sharks were league runners up. Talliare signed with the Sharks' rival, Kassel Huskies and played two seasons with them.
He is married to Jennifer Tallaire, and has two children.
Awards and honoursEdit
|All-CCHA Rookie Team||1992–93|
|All-NCAA All-Tournament Team||1994|||
|All-CCHA First Team||1995–96|
|AHCA West Second-Team All-American||1995–96|
- Sean Tallaire's career stats at The Internet Hockey Database
- Sean Taillaire's player profile at NHL.com
- Sean Tallaire - player profile and career stats at European Hockey.Net
|Awards and achievements|
|NCAA Tournament Most Outstanding Player|
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