Max Talbot

San Diego Gulls Max Talbot begins his first season as Assistant Coach for the Gulls. Talbot joins the Anaheim Ducks organization from the Creative Artists Agency where he spent two years as a Player Development Consultant following a 15-year professional hockey career.

About this speaker

Originally selected by the Pittsburgh Penguins in the eighth round (234th overall) of the 2002 NHL Draft, Talbot is a veteran of 704 career NHL games with Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Colorado and Boston. He recorded 91-113=204 points and 495 penalty minutes (PIM) from 2005-2016. He also collected 18-21=39 points in 84 career postseason games, leading Pittsburgh to a Stanley Cup championship in 2009, scoring the Stanley Cup-clinching goal in Game 7 as part of a two-goal performance. 

Talbot played parts of four AHL seasons with Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (2004-07) and Providence (2015-16), earning 33-43=76 points in 148 career regular season games. He also spent four seasons internationally with Omsk Avangard and Yaroslavl Lokomotiv (Russia) and Ilves Tampere (Finland), notching 30-41=71 points in 157 contests.  


A Chat between 2 Ex-NHLers

November 22, 2021, 01:30 AM
Bruno Gervais Max Talbot