On Friday, Sean Avery was officially waived by the New York Rangers for the second time this season. While not a move that will have a dramatic impact on the 2011-2012 New York Rangers, it is one that I accept with a heavy heart. The very personification of the hockey pest, I'll miss Sean Avery.
The New York Rangers have officially placed Sean Avery on re-entry waivers, signaling the fan favorite will likely return to the team. Assuming Avery clears re-entry waivers at noon Tuesday, he could be recalled in time for Thursday's game against the Anaheim Ducks.
It was a pretty cool night in Albany Tuesday night when the New York Rangers faced off against the New Jersey Devils in preseason hockey action. In what was a hotly contested, surprisingly chippy affair the Devils emerged with the 2-1 overtime win.
Sean Avery extends his eventful offseason with yet anther attention grabbing headline. From gay marriage to his move into trendy New York City restaurants can we just get the NHL bad boy to lay low just for a little while.
On Wednesday night, the Boston Celtics and Miami Heat ended their series as the Heat defeated the Celtics 97-87 and win the series 4-1. As the final buzzer went off inside the American Airlines Arena, most of the Boston Celtics had walked off the court and no handshaking occurred to congratulate each other on a hard-fought series and good luck in the next round.
So why exactly can not shaking hand
Sean Avery needs to get his specs looked at by some on in the know next time he orders a case of sticks. I know the announcer tries to make it sound like Avery did it on purpose, but watch the video. The guy looks like he got taken out by a sniper , that’s how hard he goes down...