New Jersey Devils Podcast Talking Red: Episode 72 - Still Down but Not Out

It's been a rather eventful week for the New Jersey Devils. They played three games of the Stanley Cup Finals against the Los Angeles Kings. They lost Game 3 to go down 0-3 in the series but somehow found ways to win Game 4 and Game 5 to keep the series alive. That means the Devils are still playing hockey and that means there was plenty to discuss on this week's episode of Talking Red, a Devils podcast. David Sarch and I got together this morning to talk about all three games, discuss the line up changes the team has made, and praise Martin Brodeur among other topics.

Again, I'd like to thank David for having me on Talking Red yet again. As with last week's show, it's shorter than usual since we're focused on the here and now of the playoffs. This episode if 33:10 long and 15.18 MB large. You can download it directly from the Talking Red website, get it at iTunes and Stitcher, or continue on after the jump to listen to a stream of this week's show. Please 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 episode:

On this week's episode, David and John talk about the Devils fight back from 3-0 down in the series. With the series now at 3-2, they talk about the changes the team has made and how the team has scored goals. They also praise the goaltending by Martin Brodeur and answer a listener question.

Thanks for listening.

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