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New Jersey Devils Podcast Talking Red Episode #267

Welcome to the busiest part of the NHL Offseason. This week alone has the NHL Awards, the 2018 NHL Entry Draft, and plenty of news coming in that will impact the New Jersey Devils. To that end, David Sarch and John Fischer talked about it on this episode of Talking Red. Additionally, David interviewed Justin Froese of Future Considerations about the WHL and the 2018 NHL Draft.

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Welcome to the busiest part of the NHL offseason. This week alone will have the NHL Awards show and the 2018 NHL Entry Draft. There will be news coming out about the schedule, pending free agents, and maybe even some deals. As such, there is much to discuss regarding the New Jersey Devils. David Sarch and I did so earlier this evening on this episode of Talking Red. We talked about what the Devils could do at 17th overall, whether Taylor Hall will win any hardware, we speculated on a number of prospects, and we even took a few questions. Additionally, David also took the time to talk with Justin Froese of Future Considerations. They talk about prospects, but mostly about those coming out of the Western Hockey League, one of the three major junior leagues in Canada, such as Ty Smith, Jett Woo, Filip Kral, and Milos Roman among others. They too also discuss what the Devils could do at 17th overall.

Thanks to David for having me on this episode. Thanks to Justin Froese for coming on the show as well. The ways to listen to Talking Red have remained the same as we are less than a week away from another draft class being selected. You can get the show directly at the TR website. You can go to iTunes and/or Stitcher to download it. You can just stay right here and listen to a stream of it. No matter what you choose, this episode is 1:05:19 long and 29.9 MB large.

If you have any questions or comments about the show, you can leave them here, contact David on Twitter at @TalkingRed, or leave a message at the Talking Red website. Thank you for listening.