Note: Cam Talbot was injured in warmups for game six

Cam Talbot4:38PM: Talbot is still listed as day to day by Alain Vigneault (Rangers)

12:54PM: Cam Talbot was injured during warmups of game six of the Eastern Conference Finals against Montreal. (NY Post)

The injury is still unidentified and Alain Vigneault has called Talbot “day to day.”

Talbot did not back up Henrik Lundqvist in game one of Stanley Cup Final and has not skated since game six.

News: Cam Talbot starts the third period

Cam TalbotCam Talbot is starting the third period for the Rangers.

This is Talbot’s first career playoff appearance.

Henrik Lundqvist stopped 19 of 23 shots in 39:57 of ice time.

Joe Micheletti said, “I think it’s a good move to bring Talbot it. Let Henrik rest and watch and see what happens…I couldn’t say that the goals were his fault by any means.

Read: Cam Talbot last night and his season

Cam TalbotLast night against Montreal, Cam Talbot stopped 26 of 27 shots and in two games in Montreal this season, Talbot has not allowed a goal in regulation.

Talbot stopped 6 shots in the first, 11 in the second, 8 in the second and one in OT before Brian Gionta ended the game on a penalty shot.

From the Rangers game notes, “Cam Talbot made 26 saves in the contest in the overtime loss, and finished the season with a 12-6-1 record, including an 8-3-1 record on the road. Talbot allowed two goals or fewer in 16 of 19 starts this season, including 11 of 12 road starts, and allowed one goal or fewer in six of his 12 road starts. The Rangers goaltender has also posted a 1.37 GAA, a .948 SV%, and three shutouts in 13 road appearances on the road this season. In two appearances against Montreal this season, Talbot posted a 1-0-1 record with a 0.49 GAA, a .980 SV%, and one shutout.”

Marc Staal praised Carey Price but also said that Talbot played really well for the Rangers.

After the game, Alain Vigneault said ““he has played really well. Young goalie who didn’t start the season with us. He came, got an opportunity to play, deserved his starts and did a real good job behind Hank. We have two good goalies there.”On what happened leading up to the penalty shot call, “

Talbot finishes his first regular season in the NHL with 19 starts, 21 appearances, a record of 12-6-1, a .941 save percentage and a 1.64 GAA.

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Read: Cam Talbot notes and post game comments

Cam TalbotCam Talbot stopped 26 Oiler shots last night to pick up his third shutout of the season and go to 8-3 on the road this season.

From the Rangers game notes, “Cam Talbot posted his third shutout of the season with a 26-save effort, and is now 12-6-0 overall with an 8-3-0 mark on the road this season. He improved to 5-3-0 with a 1.51 goals against average, .946 save percentage, and two shutouts in eight career games against Western Conference opponents. Talbot became the first Rangers goalie other than Henrik Lundqvist to have at least three shutouts in a season since Mike Dunham in 2002-03.”

On MSG last night, Talbot spoke with John Giannone:

  • On the team defense, “we played great right off the get go. Giving up three shots to a team with that much firepower in the first period was pretty impressive and I think two of them came from outside the blue line so we did a great job of shutting them down five on five and I think the only time they really got some chances was on the PP which moves the puck around pretty well so we did a great job of tracking back and taking away their odd man rushes and everyone collapsed to the front and cleared out the rebounds that were there. A great team effort.”

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Read: Why Cam Talbot wears 33

Cam Talbot told The Hockey News that his hockey inspiration growing up was Patrick Roy and he wears #33 to honor the current Avalanche coach. (The Hockey News)

Talbot said that he liked how Roy was a big game goalie and when it mattered he always stepped up to meet the challenge. Talbot said, “that was how I tried to model my game and step up whenever the game was on the line.” (The Hockey News)

Talbot starts tonight against the Oilers in Edmonton.