New Jersey Devils Podcast Talking Red: Episode 68 - Bonus Show

A new episode of Talking Red, a New Jersey Devils podcast already? In the middle of the week? Yes! This is a bonus show by usual host David Sarch that features TR regular and ILWT writer, Tom Stivali. They recorded this right after the Devils won Game 2 against the Rangers. As such, they discuss the first two games of the series and what lies ahead now that the Eastern Conference Finals has begun.

This bonus episode is 22.17 MB large and 24:13 long. It is directly available here at the TR website; and it can be found at iTunes and Stitcher if you're so inclined. You can also listen to a stream of it after the jump of this very post. 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 bonus mid-week show:

Since the games are coming at such a quick pace, this week you have a special bonus episode of Talking Red. On this week's episode, David and Tom return to discuss the first two games of the Devils third round playoff match up. They highlight poor ice, poor officiating, bad penalties and some of the positives. After talking about the Devils imposing their style of play and the fourth line making an impact, they look ahead to Game 3 and try and predict if we'll see any changes to the winning formula.

Thanks for reading.

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