One of the most recognized hockey media personalities, James Duthie is best known for hosting TSN's NHL hockey broadcasts and also for his more than decade-long sports column. In The Day I (Almost) Killed Two Gretzkys, he brings his well-known sense of humour, deep hockey knowledge, and his passion for the game to hockey fans and readers everywhere. In his inimitable style, balancing humour with trenchant analysis, Duthie's essays travel all over the hockey map, covering the NHL, being a hockey parent, and hockey as it relates to life.
With many columns, snapshots of a moment in time, readers will relive, along with their author, the heroic, the tragic, and the heartwarming, including Sidney Crosby's first Stanley Cup final, Canada's gold medal win at the Olympics in 2002 and 2010, September 11th, and a son's first game as goalie.
- Includes many, brand-new never before published articles, with new stories for the paperback edition
- James Duthie was the national co-host for CTV/TSN's coverage of the 2010 Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver and appears on NHL Live on SiriusXM Satellite Radio
Now in a new paperback edition, this first-ever collection of many of Duthie's most popular, sometimes controversial columns will have his legion of print and on-air fans clamouring for more.