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Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers (Oct. 20, 2020)
Language: English
Hardcover: 320 pages
ISBN-10: 1443460753
ISBN-13: 9781443460750
Item Weight: 508 g
Dimensions : 15.24 x 3.18 x 22.86 cm

Fifty-seven incredible stories from hockey’s biggest names, greatest characters, and unsung heroes

Essential reading for every fan, Beauties is a collection of the best stories that players tell each other. Grab a seat with TSN’s James Duthie as hockey’s finest relive highs, lows, and hilarious moments on and off the ice from superstars, journeymen, coaches, referees, broadcasters, agents, and hockey moms and dads. In Beauties, you’ll find out:

·       How Sidney Crosby’s most unusual nickname came to be

·       How Steve Stamkos’s dad accidentally stole Steve Yzerman’s car

·       How Paul “Biznasty” Bissonette almost had the Arizona Coyotes kicked out of a Winnipeg hotel on game day

·       How Wayne Gretzky’s greatest one-liner may have turned around the          Stanley Cup Final in 1985

·       About the night that Hayley Wickenheiser went blind

·       Why the St. Louis Blues credit Laila Anderson, a brave young girl, for their    Stanley Cup win

·       What Bobby Orr said the first time he saw Connor McDavid play at a rink in Toronto

And more!

About the Author

JAMES DUTHIE covers hockey as well as the Grey Cup, Super Bowl, and the Masters on TSN. Duthie’s entertaining and sharp-witted style makes him a fan favorite across Canada and one of the most-followed media personalities on Twitter. His natural charisma and extensive history in sports broadcasting allow him exclusive interviews with some of the biggest stars in sports and entertainment. Duthie’s work has earned him multiple awards, including seven Canadian Screen Awards and the Excellence in Sports Broadcasting Award from Sports Media Canada. He is the author of The Day I (Almost) Killed Two Gretzkys and The Guy on the Left. James Duthie lives in Aurora, Ontario.

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