New Jersey Devils Podcast Talking Red: Episode 60

With a new week, there's a new episode of the New Jersey Devils podcast, Talking Red. David Sarch, Steve Palumbo of Rant Sports, Tom and myself got together to discuss the three games of the previous week, the upcoming schedule, and several topics including Peter DeBoer, Andy Greene, NCAA players, the upcoming playoffs, pointless fights, fatigue, and more.

As usual, thanks to David for having Tom and I on the show again. Here's the direct link to the episode on the TR website. You can also get it on iTunes and Stitcher; or you can continue on after the jump to listen to a stream of it. This week's episode 38.77s MB large and 42:21 long. You can give us your comments and questions to talkingred at gmail dot com, tweet them to @TalkingRed, or just leave them here in the comments of this post. Here's David's description of this week's show:

On this week's episode, there are enough people to start a game with two fights. While it's a violence-free episode, David is joined by John, Tom and Steve. They recap this week's on-ice action, including the brawl with the Rangers, a bounce-back win in Ottawa and the game against Toronto. They also debate whether or not the Devils should give certain players rest and assess the job Pete DeBoer has done after 75 games.

Thanks for listening.

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