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03-29-2010, 07:25 PM
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NYR Signs NCAA FA Cameron Talbot

I'm friends with a source in the U. of Alabama-Huntsville squad and the NYR have signed free agent goaltender, 6'3" Cameron Talbot. Went 12-18 this year with a good percentage 0.925, and a GAA of 2.60.

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Can always use more goalies with Wikiman gone, and Valli gone after this year.

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Interesting. the Flyers were really interested in him.

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ROFL Alabama has a D1 hockey program? You learn something new every day I guess.

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yup.

they took miami ohio right to the edge too.

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yay a goalieeeeee..................

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Haha crazy, I played soccer (he played hockey in Hamilton, and well... I wasn't good enough) in Caledonia (my hometown) with this guy, and he went to the highschool in my town. Good for him, always neat to see local guys making the show!

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ROFL Alabama has a D1 hockey program? You learn something new every day I guess.
Yeah. They took Miami (Ohio) to the edge a couple nights back, and Miami is the overall number 1 seed in the NCAA tournament.

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I'm not doubting the veracity of the OP's claims, but until we hear something from an "established" news source, we'll keep this locked.



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Rangers Sign G Cameron Talbot

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And andymack1986 called it yesterday.

Guess his sources are legit.

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Here's the official release:

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Talbot, 22, was named the 2010 College Hockey America (CHA) tournament MVP and selected to the CHA All Tournament Team after backstopping the University of Alabama-Huntsville Chargers to their second CHA tournament championship. Talbot appeared in 33 games with the Chargers (CHA) this past season, posting a 12-18-3 record, along with a 2.60 goals against average, a .925 save percentage and one shutout. He established career-highs in games played, wins, goals against average and save percentage this season. His .925 save percentage led all CHA goaltenders and tied for sixth overall in the NCAA, while he ranked second in the conference in wins and goals against average. He recorded a 29-save shutout against Robert Morris in the first round of the CHA conference tournament on March 12, his second career collegiate shutout. Talbot registered five 40-plus save performances this season, including a season-high 46 saves in a 2-2 tie on December 4 at Robert Morris. In addition, he recorded a career-high four-game winning streak from January 30 vs. Niagara to February 20 vs. Robert Morris, posting a 2.25 goals against average and a .926 save percentage over the span.

The 6-3, 185-pounder appeared in 70 career NCAA games with the Chargers, posting a record of 15-44-6, along with a 3.10 goals against average, a .907 save percentage and two shutouts. Talbot registered his first collegiate shutout with a 33-save effort in a 1-0 win at Yale on November 21, 2008. Prior to making his collegiate debut in 2007-08, he appeared in 82 OJHL games with the Hamilton Red Wings, registering a 40-18-0 record with a 2.38 goals against average and a .912 save percentage.
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15-44-6. guy aint used to winning many games.

Maybe they are hoping he'll be the next CJ, who knows.

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Interesting. the Flyers were really interested in him.
Thats not a good things. Flyers hate good goalies. He must be bad.

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Thats not a good things. Flyers hate good goalies. He must be bad.
Actually I'd say he must be good if they passed on him.

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15-44-6. guy aint used to winning many games.
He'll fit in perfectly here.

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He must see a zillion of shuts every game, if he was 0.925, yet 2.6 GAA.

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When Cameron was in Egypt's Land...Let my Cameron Go!!!!

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15-44-6. guy aint used to winning many games.

Maybe they are hoping he'll be the next CJ, who knows.
He'll fit right in, then.

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He must see a zillion of shuts every game, if he was 0.925, yet 2.6 GAA.
34.666 shots a game by those numbers

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