Duthie: The '96 we never got to see

There will be a slew of 96's who have their names called at the NHL Draft this weekend who will remember Evan Frustaglio. As TSN's James Duthie writes, he battled against top prospects like Sam Bennett, Michael Dal Colle, Robbi Fabbri and Josh Ho-Sang before he passed away from the H1N1 virus in 2009. ...more

The Good, The Bad and The Duthie - The Vacation Diaries

What the freak was I freakin' thinking?!? I don't mean the Turks and Caicos vacation part. That decision was pure gold. I'm referring to the legally binding Family Vacation Agreement (FVA) I made years ago. ...more

The Good, the Bad and the Duthie

Here's my plan. No one has time for my essays on why Anna Kournikova is the still the most underappreciated athlete of her generation anymore. Thus I plan on writing random point-form thoughts on a variety of subjects, sports and otherwise, whenever I can. ...more

Duthie: A look back at what we lost on September 11, 2001

TSN's James Duthie was hosting SportsCentre with Darren Dutchyshen the day the planes hit the World Trade Center and Pentagon on September 11, 2001. He struggled to figure out if and how sports mattered in all the madness. Out of that, came this column he wrote for 10 years ago. ...more

Duthie: Crosby and Cooke still the story of NHL season

For two different reasons revolving around the same topic, this NHL season will likely be defined by, and remembered for, the actions and subsequent inaction of Matt Cooke and Sidney Crosby. James Duthie explains. ...more

Duthie: The Vacation Diaries

Thanks to a rare break in the NHL on TSN schedule, for the first time in...ah...ever, I took the family on a winter vacation. Since I haven't written a column in...ah...almost ever, I figured I'd keep a running diary to satisfy the legions of readers (ah...three) who ask me to write more of this trivial family stuff. ...more

Duthie: Going 1-on-1 with the Predators' Shea Weber

This week, as we get set for The World Junior Hockey Championship in Buffalo, James Duthie goes 1-on-1 with Shea Weber, captain of the surprising Nashville Predators, and a key member of Canada's 2005 gold-medal winning junior team in North Dakota, the last time the event was held in the United States. ...more

Duthie: I want to hear from you!

It's that most wonderful time of the year, and what better gift to give that special someone in your life than my new book of columns, "The Day I Almost Killed Two Gretzkys (And other off-the-wall stories about sports...and life)" - now available just about everywhere. That said, I would love the chance to touch base with some of you and answer some questions about the book (who's all about self-promotion?). ...more

Duthie: Going 1-on-1 with the Blackhawks' Patrick Sharp

This season James Duthie goes 1-on-1 with the biggest stars and newsmakers in the game. In this edition, Duthie talks to Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Sharp. ...more

Duthie: Going 1-on-1 with the Flyers' Mike Richards

Along with his columns, this season James Duthie will be talking hockey (and other things) with the biggest stars, newsmakers, and characters in the game. This week, Philadelphia Flyers Captain Mike Richards. ...more

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