Cam Talbot is mad as hell and he’s not going to take it anymore. OK, so he might have to keep taking it because there’s nothing he can do about that embarrassing NHL dumpster fire known as goaltender interference. But he’s still mad as hell. The Oilers lost 1-0 Saturday on a pair of goaltender interference challenges — one that went against them on the Arizona goal and another one that went against them again when Patrick Maroon thought he’d tied it up midway through the third period. It’s not the first time this season that the Oilers have been on the wrong end of the league’s biggest mystery and Talbot, for one, is tired of it. “There’s no consistency and I’m f_____g sick of it,” said the normally calm and easy going netminder. “It’s f_____g ridiculous. You can quote me, they can fine me, I don’t give a f__k anymore.” Talbot says he can’t remember a single call that has gone Edmonton’s way this season at either end of the ice.