New Jersey Devils Podcast Talking Red: Episode #106

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On this week's episode of Talking Red, David Sarch, Dan Pennucci, and John Fischer discuss the Devils' loss to Our Hated Rivals, the wins against Carolina and Florida, the acquisition of Matt D'Agostini, and the crushing loss of Ilya Kovalchuk to injury.

It was a positive week of results for the New Jersey Devils with one big negative at the very end. On this week's episode of Talking Red, David Sarch, Dan Pennucci, and myself discussed it all from the 3-2 loss to Our Hated Rivals to the comfortable return of Martin Brodeur and bounces in the 4-1 win in Carolina, and the 2-1 win against Florida that resulted with an injury to Ilya Kovalchuk. Just before recording this week's episode we learned from Tom Gulitti of Fire & Ice that Kovalchuk will be out for 2-4 weeks. Of course, we talked about that and the games. We also touched on the acquisition of Matt D`Agostini, the silliness of not having mandatory visors, the no-disciplinary hearing on Colby Robak for his Kaleta--esque cross-check to the back of Tim Sestito, and so much more on this week's episode of Talking Red.

Thanks to David for having me on yet again. As usual, there are several ways to listen to this week's episode of Talking Red. You can get it directly at the TR website in this link. You can get it through iTunes or Stitcher. You can even stay right here and listen to a stream of the episode. This week's episode is 57:02 long and 13.05 MB large.

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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