by PuckStopsHere on 06/11/09 at 04:50 AM ET
If I had told you earlier this season that Maxime Talbot would be one of the best players in the Stanley Cup finals, you would probably have scoffed at me. He is a solid NHL player, but hardly one of the key players on the Pittsburgh Penguins. In Talbot’s four years in the NHL, he has never scored more than 26 points in a season. He is a good depth player, but hardly a star. Nevertheless in the finals so far, his four points are second on his team. His +3 +/- rating is team leading. The Penguins probably wouldn’t be in game seven if not for the play of Talbot in this series.
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