Talking Red: Season 2, Episode 3

This week, David Sarch, Ryan Lucas, and Tom Stivali got together to discuss New Jersey Devils hockey. They only played the one game, but given what it is was, it's worth discussing for better or worse.   Here's the direct link to the episode on the Talking Red website.   This episode is 40:52 long and 18.71 MB large. Here's David's description of the show:

On the first episode of the regular season, David is joined by Tom from In Lou We Trust and Ryan.  They break down another tough loss to the Flyers, how they thought Marty played, the powerplay, Mark Fayne and just how bad the Dainus Zubrus line was. They also discuss the white out and wonder if it was really intentional or not.

They also unveil a new segment titled "I scored my first NHL goal on Martin Brodeur."

You can email your comments and questions to talkingred at gmail dot com or tweet them to @TalkingRed. You can also ask your questions and give your thoughts on this episode in the comments too.  As usual, you can listen to a stream of this week's episode after the jump.

Update: I forgot to mention that you can now listen to Talking Red on Stitcher right here.

Thanks for listening.

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