New Jersey Devils Podcast Talking Red: Episode 89 - Actually Talking Hockey

David Sarch returns to host the New Jersey Devils podcast, Talking Red. This week, he and John Fischer talk about Albany, Europe, and what other hockey teams or movies people should watch. David also interviewed Linus Hugosson of Pro Hockey Magazine about how the NHL lockout is affecting Sweden as well as the current status of Swedish hockey.

David Sarch returns to host another episode of the New Jersey Devils podcast, Talking Red. David and I discuss Albany's season opener, how Ilya Kovalchuk is crushing it in the KHL, and the Albany captains of Jay Leach, Tim Sestito, and Adam Henrique. We also go over what other hockey teams are in the area that one can attend to get their live hockey fix. David also came up with a list of hockey movies one should and should not watch of which I basically concur with. If that wasn't enough, David interviewed Linus Hugosson, the editor of Sweden's Pro Hockey Magazine about how the NHL lockout is being taken over there as well as what's been going on with hockey in Sweden.

Thanks to Linus for his time and cooperation in taking part in the interview. Thanks also go to David for having me on again. As usual, you can get the latest episodes of Talking Red on iTunes or Stitcher. You can also get directly at the Talking Red website. Lastly, you can listen to a stream of this episode right here in this very post. No matter how, this week's show is 23.23 MB large and 50:45 long.

Please leave your questions for future shows and comments about this show in this post or at the TR website. Thank you for listening.

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