Talking Red: Season 2, Episode 6

As usual, it's time for this week's episode of Talking Red - a New Jersey Devils podcast.  Tom Stivali and David Sarch got together to discuss the recent week in Devils action, so please listen to it.  Here's the direct link to this week's episode on Talking Red; and do remember that you can follow TR on iTunes and Stitcher.  This episode is 19.69 MB large and 43:00 long.  David's description of the show is as follows:

On this week's episode, David is joined by Tom of In Lou We Trust.  They cover the last 3 games of the Devils 4 games road trip, the struggles on the power play, the move of Zach Parise to center and go in depth of the play of Adam Henrique.  After being dropped to the third line, Nick Palmieri earns this week's David Clarkson Fall of the Week award.

Note:  there were some technical difficulties record, you may have to raise your volume higher than usual.

Just to add my two cents, I will say Henrique has done well in his short time with New Jersey.  He's been ever so close to scoring himself, but he's a reason why the third line has had some good games, if not some very good shifts.  That doesn't sound like effusive praise, but given his inexperience and the situation he jumped into, it really is a compliment.  We'll see whether he can keep it up as the season goes on.   Anyway, as usual, you can email your comments and questions to talkingred at gmail dot com, tweet them to @TalkingRed, or just leave them here in the comments.   After the jump is a stream of this week's episode.

Thanks for listening.

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