Talking Red #99: Overtime Edition


On this week's episode of Talking Red, David Sarch and John Fischer discuss the last five New Jersey Devils games, the team's performance in each, and so much more within an hour.

Fresh Links: Devil May Care Edition.


Marchand OT goal and Horton clutch goal lift Bruins over Devils. Errant hamburger causes do-over for Seguin. McQuaid out Rask solid despite his dislike of shoot outs. Bruins remain undefeated in regulation, face possibly Kaleta-free Sabres Thursday.

Devils Edged by Bruins in 2-1 SO Loss


The New Jersey Devils lost 2-1 to the Boston Bruins in a shootout. This post recaps the loss by pointing out how well Boston played in the third period as they tied up the game, what the Devils did and didn't do well, and other thoughts.

Fresh Links: The Devil You Know Edition


HuLK Line and Khudobin solid in win. Horton highlight reel goal. The Kid Stays- Hamilton won't return to juniors. Bergeron calls out Skinner on slewfoot. Perfect Penalty Kill Is Perfect PLUS Bruins score on the power play. PBruins at the AHL All-Star

Devils at Bruins: Game 5 Preview


The New Jersey Devils will visit the Boston Bruins for a game on January 29, 2013. This post previews the game, focusing on what the Devils need to do, the changes New Jersey made to their line up, and why Boston will present a real challenge.

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