Talking Red Episode 11

This week, I'm not on this show.  Instead, it's joining Danny of Devils fanblog Sec. 231, David Sarch and Ryan Lucas this week on Talking Red.  You can go download this week's episode directly here, or continue after the jump to listen to a stream of Episode 11.  It's 42 minutes long and 39.38 Mb large.  Here's a summation of what you will here:

  • Quite a bit about the three losses, yes, another zero-point week for New Jersey.
  • Lamenting the lack of desperation from the Devils in recent games, notably in the 2-1 loss in the Pittsburgh game.
  • A realization that Andy Greene hasn't taken it to the next level.
  • Praise for the special teams, one of the few bright spots for the Devils in this past week.
  • Discussion over the David Clarkson disallowed goal.
  • How the Detroit loss was just plain bad, and how so many aspects of it typify this season so far.
  • Mattias Tedenby: a bright spot in the New Jersey roster.

Please submit your questions and comments for the show on Twitter to @TalkingRed or by e-mail at talkingred AT gmail.com.   Thank you to David, Ryan, and Danny for putting together another fine podcast. 

By the way, if you haven't yet, please read Tom's interview with Sam Obermayer about Devils prospect Curtis Gedig; and Matt's excellent shot location analysis for the Devils and their opponents this season.

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