Talking Red: Episode 24

This week's episode of Talking Red goes over the recent week of games played by the New Jersey Devils. David Sarch is joined by myself and the debut of Matt Ventolo (you know him from, well, this site).  Here's the direct link to the episode on the Talking Red website.  The episode is 51:01 long and 23.36 MB large.  Here's David's description of this week's episode:

On this week's episode, David is joined by John and Matt from In Lou We Trust.  They discuss how the game against Ottawa was a loss, followed by two big wins against playoff rivals.  There is a lot of praise for Jacques Lemaire (without mentioning his name) for making the right adjustments to the defensemen, which include finding the right defensemen pairings, shutting down the opposition in the first period, and making some good line up changes. There is also a special treat at the end of the episode as the Devils prepare for throwback night next week.

As usual, you can email your comments and questions to talkingred at gmail dot com or tweet them to @TalkingRed. After the jump, you can listen to a stream of this week's episode right here.  Feel free to add your comments on the show, and please feel free to discuss any of tonight's games in the comments as well.

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