Cam Talbot’s Performance vs. Flyers Is Exactly What New York Rangers Needed

November 19th, 2014 by Tom Urtz Jr. Leave a reply »

During the last three games, it has been pretty clear that there has been something strange going on in the New York Rangers' neighborhood. The team has looked out of sync, sloppy and it almost looked like they were skating through slime.

Alain Vigneault stated that his team needed to be better, but it was unclear who was going to be the first player to answer the call. With top netminder Henrik Lundqvist currently in the middle of a rut, Vigneault decided to go with his backup against the Philadelphia Flyers, and that decision may prove to be a catalyst for the Rangers getting back on track. 

After an impressive victory on Wednesday Night Rivalry on NBC Sports, it is clear that Vigneault's message was received. "Goal Buster" Cam Talbot recorded a very important 31-save shutout against the Flyers, and his performance Wednesday night is exactly what the Rangers needed.

The Rangers clicked on all cylinders against the Flyers, and it was the third game in a row in which the Blueshirts scored a power-play goal. The goal was Rick Nash's 13th of the season, and it was another strong game for him.

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