New Jersey Devils Podcast Talking Red: Episode #102

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The latest Talking Red is now up on ILWT for your listening pleasure. David Sarch, and John Fischer discuss the Devils' 1-1-1 week as well as plenty of Devils and non-Devils news in the interim.

There hasn't been much offensive success and at times not enough defensive success from the New Jersey Devils. There has been more than enough successful discussion of the last week of Devils hockey with Talking Red. David Sarch and myself got together after the Devils' third-period flop in D.C. to talk about that game, the win on Thursday night in D.C., and the frustrating shootout loss against Ottawa at the Rock. We delve into various Devils and non-Devils news from the past week such as the current slump of Travis Zajac, the debut and impressions of Andrei Loktionov, the goal scoring ways of Reid Boucher in Sarnia, the unimpressive play of Henrik Tallinder, the injury to Ryan Carter, the dismissal of Lindy Ruff, and much more. I even go off on a rant about Charles Wang at one point amid touching on the waiving of Rick DiPietro.

I'd like to thank David for having me on again and getting it up this evening. There are the usual multiple ways to get this episode of Talking Red. You can go get it directly at the Talking Red website right here. You can find the show on iTunes and Stitcher. You can even stay right here at this very post to listen to a stream of this episode. No matter how you do it, this episode is 25.28 MB large and 55:04 long.

Please leave any comments, questions, and suggestions either in the comments to this post, at the TR website, or tweet them to @TalkingRed. Thank you for listening.

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