Talking Red: End of Summer Offseason (For Now) Episode

Given the more recent news of the New Jersey Devils hiring Peter DeBoer, re-signing Zach Parise, trading Brian Rolston, signing some other players, and waiving of Colin White and Trent Hunter for eventual buy-outs that took place on Tuesday; it was appropriate for David Sarch, Kevin, and myself to get together for another episode of Talking Red.  Here's the direct link to this episode on the Talking Red website.  This episode is 18.81 MB and 41:06 long.  Here's David's description:

Although we knew that there was going to be some stuff going down, no one had no idea what was about to happen.  On this last update before the preseason David is joined by John and Kevin of In Lou We Trust.  They discuss why they are happy that arbitration was avoided with Zach but the fears of a one year deal, the joy of not seeing Brian Rolston on the powerplay with Ilya Kovalchuk, the Peter DeBoer hire, Colin White being bought out and what they believe are next season's x-factor for the teams success.  Oh, and John gives a fair warning to the glass staff at Nassau Coliseum.

As usual, 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.  Thanks again to David for having me and Kevin on this show.  As usual on this site, you can listen to a stream of this episode after the jump.

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