New Jersey Devils Podcast Talking Red: Episode #144

On this week's episode of Talking Red, David Sarch, Dan Pennucci, and John Fischer go over the prior week in New Jersey Devils hockey, which was eventful and ultimately a downer as they lost back-to-back to the best and worst teams in the NHL.

It's Sunday and it's time for another episode of the New Jersey Devils podcast, Talking Red. It was an eventful week for the Devils. David Sarch, Dan Pennucci, and I discussed a win, a loss to the best team in hockey, a loss to the worst team in hockey, an inevitable roster decision, the Stadium Series, Dainius Zubrus getting head-shotted by Tyler Myers, the World Junior Championships, and more. It would be a shorter list to note what we didn't bring up in this week's episode.

I'd like to thank David for having me on this week's episode. Snow, ice, and cold aside, the ways to listen to this week's episode has not changed. You can get this episode 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 episode is 58:22 long and 13.36 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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