New Jersey Devils Podcast Talking Red: Episode 88 - The Eric Lindros Edition

On this week's episode of the New Jersey Devils podcast, Talking Red, E.J. Fagan fills in for David Sarch and he's joined by Dan Pennucci and John Fischer as they discuss the current lack of progress with the lockout, what's going on with Albany, what's new at TR, and fitting for the 88th episode: Eric Lindros and that time he got leveled by Scott Stevens.

It's a little later than usual, but I hope you don't mind that there's a brand new episode of the New Jersey Devils podcast, Talking Red. David was away, so E.J. Fagan returned to host the show. In addition to my usual appearance, TR writer Dan Pennucci made his first on the podcast. The three of us discussed what's not really going on with the NHL lockout and what has been happening with Albany including the signing of (yes, another) defenseman Raman Hrabarenka. Since it is the 88th episode of Talking Red, we reminisced about the life and times of the most famous player ever to wear #88, Rocky Trottier Eric Lindros. He was a big deal back in the 1990s, he was very talented, and, of course, we talked a great deal about the glorious and legendary hit Scott Stevens that laid him out in the 2000 Eastern Conference Finals.

Thanks to E.J. for filling in and for having me on this week's episode. You can go find this week's show at iTunes or Stitcher. You can also get it directly at the TR website. You can even listen to a stream of it within this very post. Now matter which way you choose, this week's episode is about 44 minutes long and about 21 MB large.

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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