Goalkeeper dealer Minnesota Wild Cam Talbot To Ottawa Senators on Tuesday for the goalkeeper Philip Gustafsondays after tensions between Talbot and Wilde surfaced in the NHL Draft.
Talbot, 35, appeared in 49 games last season, going 32-12-4 with a 0.911 save and three finishes. This was his second season in Minnesota and ninth overall in the NHL.
But Wild changed their goal-oriented attitude dramatically when they got a star Marc-Andre Fleury From the Chicago Blackhawks on Deadline Trade. Florey started 11 regular season games and five of six games in Minnesota in the first round loss to the St. Louis Blues.
Last week, Florey signed a two-year contract with Wild at a salary of $3.5 million per season. While Talbot’s contract carries a cap of $366,667 over the next season, his 2022-23 salary is just $3 million.
His agent, George Bezos, told The Athletic that he had met General Manager Wild Bill Gerin In the draft about returning Florey and what it means for Talbot. “We’ve mentioned our positions, Billy has a lot to think about,” Bezos said. Guerin said after the second day of the draft that he had no intention of trading Talbot, regardless of the conversation with Bezos.
“He’s under contract. He’s a good guy,” Geren said. “I’m not going to do much of this. This is the NHL. Hey, my feelings as a player have been hurt too.” “My goal is to win. If we have Cam Talbot or Marc-Andre Fleuri in the net, we have a good chance.”
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Gustafson, 24, carried a cap of $787,500 in the final year of his contract before restricted free agency. He played 27 National Hockey League games over two seasons, going 10-13-3 by 905.
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