MONTREAL, QC — Over the past few weeks we’ve been pleased to be the first to bring you videos featuring Max Talbot. As a member of the Hull Olympiques, Talbot was a star in the QMJHL leading his team to championships and earning the Guy Lafleur trophy along the way. Hockey fans in Quebec still have a fondness for the native of LeMoyne, Quebec.
In recent weeks, Talbot has returned to playing hockey in Quebec for La Tournée des Joueurs (The Players Tour.) The tournament features current NHL-ers craving on-ice action during the lockout and is played in various minor hockey arenas throughout Quebec. At $20 a piece, tickets have been selling out for each game, giving fans an opportunity to see some of their favourite stars play hockey up close while giving back to the community. All proceeds benefit hockey charities in each city of the tour.
Many members of the Montreal Canadiens roster are participating in The Players Tour including Brian Gionta, Colby Armstrong, and Carey Price, to name a few. This week, on Thursday, October 11th, Team Montreal faces off again versus Team Quebec and this time they’ll take the ice at Le Colisee Pepsi in Quebec City.
In the videos we’ve recently featured, we watched Talbot doing an intense new workout called the Assassin, and showing off his archery skills by taking down a puck with an arrow.
Talbot returned to Montreal recently to visit the studios of Ubisoft. After a tour of the facilities, Talbot got a chance to play Assassin’s Creed III, due to be released on October 30, 2012 after three years of development.
The Ubisoft developers were glad to offer Max some tips. He started tentatively asking “So, should I shoot now?” But Talbot soon immersed himself fully in his new role.
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This is Max Talbot in an impressively produced action video where he attempts to show off his skills with a hockey puck in a truly unique manner.
In the first of the series, Talbot was filmed doing a new workout routine called the Assassin.