From the Broadcast Booth by Brian McFarlane
A Career in the World of Network Hockey

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In From the Broadcast Booth, veteran voice of hockey Brian McFarlane gathers a lifetime of his most cherished memories from his years in the game. As the voice of Hockey Night in Canada for 27 years, he was in the backrooms, the dressing rooms, the boardrooms, and of course on-ice and in front of the camera as witness to many of the most exciting events in hockey history, from the birth and demise of the WHA to Gretzky’s 92-goal and 212-point season. These stories, and the larger-than-life personalities who were part of them, are told here for the first time, in McFarlane's trademark colorful, no-holds-barred style.
 

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Brian McFarlane has been a hockey broadcaster and writer for over 40 years. He was a host and commentator on Hockey Night in Canada for 27 years. He has written over 40 books on hockey and was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame, Media Section in 1995. He currently runs a hockey museum and is in demand as a public speaker and master of ceremonies. He plays oldtimers' hockey three times a week.
 
Published November 24, 2009 by Key Porter Books, Fenn Publishing. 256 pages
Genres: Sports & Outdoors.