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New Jersey Devils Podcast Talking Red Episode #236: Talking Excitement

There’s a lot to be excited about if you’re a New Jersey Devils fan. On this episode of Talking Red, David Sarch and Mike Stromberg talk all about the upcoming offseason action. David also discusses the OHL prospects with the man behind the excellent OHL Prospect blog, Brock Otten.

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The Stanley Cup has been awarded. The offseason has begun for all 31 National Hockey League teams. The team that matters for David Sarch, Mike Stromberg, me, this site, and the Talking Red podcast is the New Jersey Devils. This episode of the Devils-based podcast is all about excitement. There’s a buyout window. There’s an expansion draft coming up. There’s a NHL Entry Draft where the Devils have the first overall selection. There’s rumors of trades. There’s NHL Free Agency. There’s a lot happening in the next few weeks and David & Mike are jazzed enough about it to discuss it for this episode of Talking Red.

But wait. There’s more. David had the opportunity and pleasure to talk with the man who knows all about OHL Prospects: Brock Otten. David and Brock go over the Devils’ prospects in the OHL (Michael McLeod is another reason to be excited), potential draft picks from the OHL, and even overage prospects that could be worth a late pick or a contract as a free agent. Special thanks go to Mr. Otten for taking the time to talk with David.

The ways to this listen to this episode remain the same regardless of how long the gap is between when it was posted at the TR site and here. You can listen to it directly on the Talking Red website. You can download it on iTunes, Stitcher, or other podcasting apps. Or you can stay on this page and stream it right from here. This episode is 31.94 MB and is 1:09:47 long.

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