The Hockey Night In Canada podcast is a weekly CBC Sports production.
In each episode, host Rob Pizzo is joined by colourful characters within hockey to discuss great moments and great players and talk about today's stars. The Hockey Night podcast brings you beyond the boxscore with insight you won't find anywhere else.
The focus of this week's Hockey Night In Canada podcast is hockey books! Hockey books are part of most fans lives and with Christmas just around the corner, they make for the perfect stocking stuffer. It's the time of giving and we wanted to help you out with ideas for anyone on your list.
Actor and comedian Jay Baruchel is a die-hard Canadiens fan. Pizzo had the chance to chat with Baruchel about his new book Born Into It: A Fan's Life, in which Baruchel opens up about his love affair with the Habs and his relationship with his father. And how they have both helped mould and shape the person he is today.
Pizzo also chats with Sportsnet broadcaster Ken Reid about his second book on hockey cards — Hockey Card Stories 2. If you love hockey cards — you will really enjoy this conversation.
WATCH: Jay Baruchel talks about how Habs fans should look ahead, not behind:
On this week's show, Baruchel talks about his new book and the life of a die-hard Habs fan. 0:53
Ice Level reporter Sophia Jurksztowicz chats with TSN broadcaster James Duthie, whose written three books in his career, including one on legendary coach and Hockey Hall of Famer Brian Kilrea.
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