The Guy on the Left

The Guy on the Left If You Re A Sports Fan, You Know James Duthie The Biggest Games, The Biggest Trades, The Juiciest Rumours Chances Are Duthie Is The Guy You Tuned In To Hear Talk About Them There Are Other Experts And Insiders, Stats Guys And Analysts, But No One Else Who Can Talk About Sports With The Humour, The Knowledge, And The Charisma Duthie Brings To Every Event He Covers He Also Makes The Best Spoof Videos The Guy On The Left Tells The Story Of Duthie S Career In Broadcasting, From A Nerdy Appearance On A Game Show To Chatting With Tiger Woods In The Men S Room At The Masters It S A Behind The Scenes Look At Celebrated Moments Like Sidney Crosby S Famous Game Winning Goal At The Vancouver Olympics, But Also Less Celebrated Insights, Like The Disclosure That Sports Broadcasters Often Aren T Wearing Pants On Air There Are Stories About Goofing Around With NHL Superstars Like Roberto Luongo And Anze Kopitar There Are Also Stories About Wandering Into The Wrong House After Walking His Dog And Surprising His Neighbour In Her Underwear His Stories Can Also Be Serious Tragedy Strikes Than Once In The Sports World Most Notably, He Had To Go To Air On The Evening Of September 11, 2001 His Reflections On The Way Sport Is Part Of All Of Our Lives, From The Athletes And Sports Figures On The Planes To The Kids Who Lost Coaches And Parents, Are A Powerful Reminder Of Both The Importance Of Sport And How Lucky We All Are To Be Part Of It Funny, Thoughtful, Self Deprecating, And Wry, The Guy On The Left Is Everything Fans Love About James Duthie. As a huge sports fan this was an amazing read, what made it better was that it was a gift from my dad, he got James Duthie to sign it, and James said I could be on the panel. hilarious throughout, great read if you re an avid TSN viewer I enjoyed reading this book of Sports Stories by James Duthie He has worked TSN for years and is a good sports personality for them in what ever they assign him to do for them I hope that he writes a sequel to this book in the future. What a great read.I could here his voice telling me his anecdotes I laughed out loud Lost track of time.He is funny and self depreciating, so Canadian.It was a wonderful way to spend a quiet weekend. It s nice to break up a run of Fiction books with a light, biographical read like this.Hockey, Football, Ottawa, Journalism this book had a ton of things that interested me And James is one of my favorite Sports Broadcasters out
entertaining stories from the life of a sportscaster This book is a must read for any sports fan, especially any Canadian hockey fan This is the story of James Duthie from TSN It is written largely as a biography, but as he puts it, it skips the boring stuff While it follows a linear timeline, it is largely a collection of stories.What I enjoyed about this book is how the author can tell his life story, but also make you laugh on one page and be ultra serious on another It takes great skill to be able to shift tones like that and not lose the reader Most sports broadcaster s biographies fall into one or the other Either you read Jay Onreit s and are kept laughing throughout or you read a book about the history of ESPN where all the characters seem to be out of a NFL Films production about the struggle of sports.I watch TSN with regularity, but it appears I didn t pay as close attention to The Panel as I shou
If you re a Canadian sports fan and hockey fan in particular chances are pretty good that you already know of, and like, James Duthie If so, there s nothing in this book that is especially surprising other than the discovery that Darryl Sutter has a sense of humour , but there is plenty that is entertaining In keeping with his on air persona, he is funny, self deprecating and a little weird in the good way , but also an all around good guy If you molded a human being from Canadian stereotypes minus the lumberjack ones, with all due respect to Duthie , you d get something pretty closely resembling James Duthie.In fact, it could be argued that this book has minimal appeal to sports fans outside of Canada, unless you re a well informed hockey fan i.e., one who pays attention to than one team and its players One of my favourite anecdotes is a small one involving Doug Gilmour being exactly as you d expect, and I m a little curi
I have never really read a book in my life where I have not been able to put it down, but this was it It usually takes me a couple weeks to read one as well, but this book took me less than a day The Guy On The Left by James Duthie, is an autobiography on the host of NHL on TSN, he has worked for TSN for over 10 years The book goes into depth of his whole life, but he did a really great job of going over the stuff that people really enjoy, the fun stories and craziness he went through to get into the business and become one of the most respected analysts in the business I thought I knew a lot about the industry before reading the book but, It taught me so much This book could really be for any people who enjoy the game of hockey or any sport for that matter, and who respects the journalism business This book put my perspective on wanting to become a sports host to another level, it really solidified my love for the business It was my f
Currently my son is at school in the hopes of replacing Mr Duthie on TSN Sorry James, you knew it was going to happen some day.When I saw this book was out I had to get it for my son for Christmas Well I have had it in my possession since he opened it I could not put it down I have been a fan of Mr Duthie for many years and I must say I totally enjoyed this read.He has lived the life of every male sports fan on the planet This book is hilarious My wife and kids gave me several strange looks as I would just burst out laughing while reading Fortunately it is the wee hours of morning when I finished it and they didn t see the tears as I read the last chapter Bring tissues for chapter 31.James, and I feel I can call you J

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  • Hardcover
  • 304 pages
  • The Guy on the Left
  • James Duthie
  • English
  • 09 April 2017
  • 9780670067695