Talbot Signs 5-Year Deal With Flyers

By: Mike Vukovcan

Pittsburgh (KDKA)- They’ll be plenty of story lines for the Pens/Flyers games this year.

Moments after signing Jaromir Jagr, the Flyers announced that they’ve signed Max Talbot to a five-year deal.

According to various reports, it’s a five-year deal worth a total of $9 million.

While getting interviewed on the NHL Network, Talbot said he selected Philadelphia because it gave him a great chance to win.

Talbot went on to say it was tough leaving the Penguins and close friends like Sidney Crosby, Marc-Andre Fleury and Pascal Dupuis but he had to do what’s best for his family.

Last week, Talbot rejected a multi-year offer from the Penguins that’s believed to be for $850,000 per season.

Talbot thanked his fans in Pittsburgh via his Twitter account.

“Thanks to everyone in Pitt. 6 years I’ll never forget! From top to bottom it has been extraordinary. Fans, thanks for the amazing support.”


One Comment

  1. nopcspokenhere says:

    Please, no Talbot, Rupp or Jagr, is the fix in?

  2. Avg. Joe says:

    Ha. He robbed the Flyers one more time at least.

  3. Brad says:

    Good luck max! You got your pay day and your work paid off… Don’t take it personal when we boo you next time you come into town… You know it’s all in good fun when you hear what we do to jagr, that is good ole fashion hate… Yours will be respectful booing…

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