Cam Talbot

The Wild followed up their embarrassing mini-series effort in Denver with three straight victories at home. During this most recent homestand, Minnesota racked up six out of six possible points, with two wins against the Ducks and one versus the Blues. They currently sit seventh in the NHL standings in terms of points percentage and
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The Minnesota Wild’s goaltending situation has been a roller coaster ride the last few months. Before the season started, things looked good, their starter Alex Stalock looked poised for a great season. They had also locked up veteran Cam Talbot to a three-year contract back in October. The Wild had two veteran goalies to rely
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The Philadelphia Flyers set a dubious and embarrassing record during the 2018-19 season. They became the first team in NHL history to use eight different goalies in one season. The revolving door between the pipes helped contribute to a sixth-place finish (37-37-8 record) in the Metropolitan Division. The bulk of the blame for the goalie
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Goaltending: hockey’s most precarious and polarizing position. The masked men often take the blame when the team loses, and receive little credit when they win. They face 100 mph slap shots, and 200 pound players barreling into them. They’re quirky, and unique, but no team can get by without a good one. The Edmonton Oilers
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Cam Talbot, who spent last season with the Calgary Flames, has signed a three-year deal with the Minnesota Wild worth $11 million – a $3.67 million cap hit. Before manning the crease for the Flames in the Edmonton bubble, Talbot got his start in the league as Henrik Lundqvist’s understudy with the New York Rangers.
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The Edmonton Oilers’ start to 2019-20 has been the most intriguing difference when looking ahead to the Battle of Alberta this season with the first matchup on Dec. 27. Edmonton went 7-1-0 to start the season, and 20 games in, currently sit first in the Pacific Division with 26 points. At one point, they held
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