New Jersey Devils Podcast Talking Red: Episode #130

David Sarch is back, New Jersey Devils (preseason) hockey is back, and so is Talking Red. David, Dan Pennucci, and John Fischer discuss it all from Cory Schneider to defensemen to forwards fighting for spots and more.

Welcome back to the New Jersey Devils podcast, Talking Red.  David Sarch is back to lead this week's show, which has plenty to discuss as the Devils are halfway through preseason.  Cuts were made, roster spots are left to be determined, rules have been changed (for now), and three games were played so far.  David, Dan Pennucci, and myself talk about all from Cory Schneider to Adam Larsson to Eric Gelinas to Krys Barch to Jaromir Jagr and many others.

Thanks to David for having me on again and putting together this week's show.  A new season is on the horizon but the old ways of listening to this week's show remain intact.  You can go get the show directly at the TR website. You can go to iTunes or Stitcher and find the show there. You can even stay here and listen to a stream of it. Whichever way you choose, this week's show is 53:11 long and 12.18 MB large.

Please leave any comments, questions, and suggestions about this week's show in the comments here, at the TR website, by email to TalkingRed at gmail dot com, or tweet them to @TalkingRed. Thank you for listening.

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