Talking Red: Season 2, Episode 12 - #44

It's Sunday and so there is a new episode up of the New Jersey Devils podcast, Talking Red. As usual, David Sarch, Ryan Lucas, and myself got together to discuss the recent week in Devils hockey, touch on a few other issues, and grade the season so far. This is the 44th episode ever put up so David, Ryan, and myself spent a good part of the episode recalling Stephane Richer's time with the Devils. Here's the direct link to the episode on the TR website; the episode is 49.4 MB large and 53:58 long. Here's David's description of the show:

In this week's episode, David is joined by John and Ryan and dedicate some time to Stephane Richer. As this week is the 44th episode, it was only right to do so. In addition to talking about their Richer memories, the crew breaks down the three games, anticipate the return of Travis Zajac and the play of the very young d-corp. Should the Devils bring back Jay Leach? Probably not.

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. As David noted near the end of this episode; we'll be devoting sometime to Scott Niedemayer's time in New Jersey next week. So please feel free to list your favorite Niedermayer memories as a Devil (not as a Duck, not as a free agent, etc.) in the comments as well.

Thanks for listening.

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