Talking Red: Season 2, Episode 7

It's time for another episode of Talking Red, a New Jersey Devils broadcast.   David Sarch, Tom Stivali, and myself got together to discuss the Devils' past week where they went 2-1-0, Martin Brodeur returned, and David Clarkson didn't have any noticeable spills on the ice.   Here's the direct link to this week's episode on the TR website; it's 20.9 MB large and 45:39 long.   David Sarch's description of this show is as follows:

In this week's episode, David is joined by John and Tom from In Lou We Trust.  They discuss the three games this week as well as breaking down the play of Adam Larsson, Petr Sykora and the penalty kill unit.  John and Tom have particular praise for Anton Volchenkov and Bryce Salvador on the PK.  David also brings back the "I Scored My First NHL Goal on Martin Brodeur" segment and give praise to David Clarkson's skating ability while questioning the possibility of having intelligent hockey conversations with Rangers fan.

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 which you can listen to here.

On the behalf of David, Tom and myself, thank you for listening.

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