New Jersey Devils Podcast Talking Red: Episode #150

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It's the 150th episode of Talking Red. Intentional or not, David Sarch interviews Tom Gulitti, the best New Jersey Devils beat reporter in the land about defensemen, lines, the trade deadline, and more.

What do you do for a milestone show? I don't know. I'm not sure David Sarch planned it this way. But for the 150th episode of the New Jersey Devils podcast Talking Red, it does feature a special guest. It's the best Devils beat reporter in the land, Tom Gulitti. Yes, the very same Gulitti from the best Devils blog in the land, Fire & Ice. David interviews Tom and discusses topics from the trade deadline, new line combinations, younger defensemen, younger players, and the Olympics.

Thanks to Tom for appearing on the show. It's been posted so much, but it's worth pointing out the methods to listening to TR. You can go to the Talking Red website and get it from there. You can go to iTunes or Stitcher and find the show there. You can even stay here and listen to a stream of it with the new libsyn player. Whichever way you choose, this week's episode roughly 28 minutes long and roughly 7 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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