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New Jersey Devils Podcast Talking Red: Episode 70 - Onto the Stanley Cup Finals

The New Jersey Devils kicked off the long Memorial Day weekend right with an overtime win in Game 6 to knock out the New York Rangers of the playoffs and go to the Stanley Cup Finals. Therefore, this week's episode of Talking Red is a very happy one. David Sarch, Steve Palumbo of Rant Sports, Tom, and myself got together to discuss both Game 5 and 6, leads, Ryan Callahan's skates, the Devils' fourth line, scratches, the Kings, and beards among other topics. In addition, David talked with Dennis Bernstein of The Fourth Period about the upcoming Stanley Cup Finals. There's quite a lot to listen to in this week's Talking Red, and fortunately, there's plenty of time to listen to it as Game 1 is on Wednesday.

Big thanks to Dennis for taking the time out of his schedule to talk with David; and thanks go to David for having Tom and I on to talk Devils hockey once again. This episode is 25.99 MB large and 56:47 long. It is directly available here at the TR website; and it can be found at iTunes and Stitcher if you're use either service. You can also listen to a stream of it after the jump of this very post. You can give us your comments and questions to talkingred at gmail dot com, tweet them to @TalkingRed, or just leave them here in the comments of this post. Here's David's description of this episode:

On this week's episode, David is joined by John and Tom from In Lou We Trust and Steve from Rant Sports. They talk about where they were when Adam Henrique scored "that" goal. After they discuss some take away notes from the Conference Finals including the play of Jacob Josefson. In the One Timers section, they speculate who could be coming in or out of the line up and each person picks their favorite member of the 4th line. David then interviews Dennis Bernstein of The Fourth Period and talk about the Kings and how they match up with the Devils. The episode ends with each person picking their M-V-B of the playoffs so far. Warning, you may be in for a surprise during this section.

Thanks for listening.