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Episode 117 – Interview With Craig Button

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On this weeks episode David interviews TSN Scout and NHLN on air personality Craig Button.  They talk prospects, scouting and how Craig views this years draft class.  You can view Craig’s draft rankings here.  After David talks with John and … Continue reading

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The L Word Is Over – Talking Red’s Lockout Coverage

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Let us never speak the L word again. While we’ve been waiting for NHL hockey to begin, we’ve tried to keep busy here at Talking Red with some Devils history and culture coverage. Before we move on to actual hockey, … Continue reading

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This Day In Devils History: Tedenby and Vasyunov Score First Career NHL Goals

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The Devils struggles during the 2010 season is well documented.  It felt like every game the team dug themselves a whole and were never able to find a way out.  On November 12th, they fell behind very early to the … Continue reading

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Top-10 Devils References in TV and Film

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Since Devils coverage has been at a minimum because of the lockout, I’ve taken to looking at other teams news to fill the void.  Over at Canucks Army they compiled a list of top 10 Canucks references in TV and Film.  … Continue reading

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This Day in Devils History: The Prudential Center Opens

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On October 25th, 2012, the Prudential Center opened. While the arena had held a soft opening with a concert for the Newark Boys Choir a week earlier, the official ribbon cutting came on the 25th. The Rock was opened in … Continue reading

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Niedermayer A Leaf? Almost. October 16 In Devils History

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By Dan Pennucci (@dpennucci) Remember when Tie Domi elbowed Scott Niedermayer in the 2001 playoffs? 11 years before that incident, there was a good chance Niedermayer could have been a Maple Leaf if events had transpired differently. The Toronto Maple … Continue reading

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Does Winning All The Time Get Old?

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Over at my other blogging home, I write about the New York Yankees and baseball. Give  how joyless the 2012 playoffs have felt for many Yankee fans, I wanted to address the general problem of enjoying the game despite enormous … Continue reading

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This Day In Devils History: 2000 Cup Banner Raised

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On October 6, 2000 at Continental Airlines Arena, the Devils welcomed in Montreal for the first game of the franchise’s second season as defending champions, snagging a convincing 8-4 victory. The 2000-01 season would be decidedly more successful than the … Continue reading

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This Day In Devils History – Claude Lemieux traded for Steve Thomas

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When a team wins the Stanley Cup you wouldn’t ever imagine them trading away their Conn Smythe trophy winner.  But this is the New Jersey Devils and this is Lou Lamoriello. In March 1995 the Devils agreed to terms with … Continue reading

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This Day in Devils History: Malakhov to San Jose

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Before there was the first half of the 2010-2011 season, there was the first half of the 2005-2006 season. More specifically, there was late-December of 2005. Coming out of the lockout, the New Jersey Devils were in full out scramble … Continue reading

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