Yesterday, Oilers goaltender Cam Talbot attended the CCM Goalie Summit in Montreal. Talbot was helping CCM unveil their new look for the CCM Premier pads.
Talbot took part in some filming and photo shoots, while wearing Oilers and CCM gear. He also unveiled a new Oilers-themed mask. The mask is Oilers orange and blue with the team’s logo on the sides.
Talbot was acquired in a trade at the 2015 NHL Draft. The Oilers gave the New York Rangers a second, a third and a seventh-round pick, in exchange for the goalie and a seventh.
The netminder is expected to come in and right away push for the number one job in Edmonton, after serving as the backup behind Henrik Lundqvist. In 57 career NHL games, the 28-year-old has a record of 33-15-5 with eight shutouts and a 2.00 goals-against average and .931 save percentage.