Experience of playing all six SEHA seasons so far is behind them. One of five irreplaceable teams back from League's very beginning. Last year was probably the hardest one so far. They've finished the season on ninth position and the result was departure of coach Rastislav Trtik and signing of experienced Croatian both player and coach - Slavko Goluza. He has managed to win everything as a player and as Croatian national team coach he has three bronze medals - from WCh, EC and OG. Knowing his style, we can expect Tatran to be whole lot tougher in defense and way faster in transition.
Biggest reinforcement might be Michal Kasal who is returning from Spain. His back-court role should take a lot of weight from Oliver Rabek' shoulders which might prove to be quite important after Rabek' injury struggles from last season. On the right side they will surely use Bruno Butorac - young Croatian national team player who has arrived from Dubrava. He is quite different player compared to Peskov which might mean they will make a great duo. Playmakers will once again be Krok, Urban and Jankovic with Hrstka on the left side and Cip on the right once again carrying main scoring roles. Chupryna will between the posts have another young Croatian player Mario Cvitkovic to back him up as well as Leon Vucko who will share pivot minutes with Ante Babic who has also arrived from Dubrava.
A team which has everything to be the dark horse of the season.