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New Jersey Devils Podcast Talking Red Episode #238: Nico Time

The 2017 NHL Entry Draft came and went, free agency is looming in the distance, and a whole lot has happened in between for the New Jersey Devils. John Fischer and David Sarch discuss it all in this episode of Talking Red, which also features interviews with Justin Froese of Future Considerations and Kathryn Jean of Recrutes and Dobber Hockey.

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The 2017 NHL Entry Draft came and went for the New Jersey Devils. They selected Nico Hischier first overall as part of a very European draft class. This Saturday begins free agency, where teams can sign unrestricted free agents. Yesterday was the deadline for qualifying offers, so some of those restricted free agents will become unrestricted as of Saturday. There’s also that Ilya Kovalchuk thing at hand. There’s a lot going on in the offseason for the Devils. Of course, David Sarch and I talked about it all and answered questions from you, the listeners, in this episode of Talking Red, a New Jersey Devils podcast.

But there’s more than that. With the draft concluded, David managed to interview Justin Froese from Future Considerations about fourth round draft pick Nikita Popugaev and Kathryn Jean of Dobber Hockey and Recrutes about fifth round draft pick Marian Studenic and seventh round draft pick Jocktan Chainey. It’s an episode loaded with content. Thanks to both Justin and Kathryn for appearing on the show.

While the offseason is in the middle of going off right now, the ways and means to listen to Talking Red remain the same. 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 34.57 MB large and is 1:15:32 long.

Thanks to all of you for downloading, listening, and, of course, leaving rave reviews on iTunes, Stitcher and all of the other podcasting services. If you have any questions or comments, you can leave them below, contact David on Twitter at @TalkingRed, or leave a message or voicemail at the Talking Red site. Thanks for listening.