New Jersey Devils Podcast Talking Red: Episode 63 - Series Split at Sunrise

Good (very early) morning, New Jersey Devils fans. David Sarch, Tom Stivali, and Kristin Tullo, who writes at NJ.com, got together after the 4-2 loss in Game 2 to quickly record a short episode of Talking Red. While it's not as long as usual, both Game 1 and Game 2 are discussed along with the recent controversy between Newark mayor Cory Booker and Devils principal owner Jeff Venderbeek. There's even a poem that makes this show a must-listen on it's own.

While you wait for Game 3, download the latest episode of Talking Red either directly from it's website or get it from iTunes or Stitcher. This week's episode is 26.45 MB large and 28:54 long. You can even listen to a stream of it after the jump in this very post. Big thanks to David for getting a show out so quickly with Tom and Kristin. Here's David's description of this week's episode:

On this week's episode David is joined by Tom and Kristin. They recap the playoff split down in Florida, preview the week ahead and talk about what changes they'd like to make to the line up. They also manage to poke fun at the tensions between Devils Ownership and Corey Booker by handing out the first ever "Huckster Of The Week" award and Kristin one-ups Mayor Booker's poetry session.

Thank you for listening.

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