Detroit Red Wings Signed a Goalie

Detroit Red Wings Signed a Goalie

The Detroit Red Wings have joined the free agency party. Last night they brought back Patrick Kane on a one-year deal, then earlier today they lost David Perron as he signed with the Ottawa Senators with a lot of good talent out there we’ll have to see what they add but the first thing they address is their goaltending as they bring in Cam Talbot on a two-year deal with a $2.5M AAV. This now gives the Red Wings a goaltending room of Talbot, Ville Husso, and Alex Lyon. The Red Wings had been linked to John Gibson in Anaheim but that seems to be out the window, it also brings the question is there a move coming for either Husso or Lyon after Steve Yzerman mentioned a few weeks ago about maybe not going with a three goalie system in 2024-25, but time will tell what the vision is.

Goalie – Cam Talbot

Talbot got his start with the New York Rangers playing in 57 games going 33-15-5 with a .931 save percentage and 2.00 goals against average. He then played with the Edmonton Oilers where he played in 227 games going 104-95-19 with a .912 save percentage and a 2.74 goals-against average. The Oilers moved him to the Philadelphia Flyers at the 2019 trade deadline where he played in four games going 1-2-0 with a .881 save percentage and a 3.70 goals-against average. In 2019-20 he played for the Calgary Flames playing in 26 games going 12-10-1 with a .919 save percentage, and a 2.63 goals-against average.

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He would spend the next two seasons with the Minnesota Wild playing in 82 games going 51-20-9 with a 2.71 goals-against average, and a .913 save percentage. In 2022-23 he played for the Ottawa Senators playing in 36 games going 17-14-2 with a 2.93 goals-against average and a .898 save percentage. Last season, he was with the Los Angeles Kings playing in 54 games going 27-20-6 with a .913 save percentage and a 2.50 goals-against average, and helped lead the Kings to playoffs. For his career, he is 245-176-42 with a .913 save percentage and a 2.63 goals-against average.

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