Sean Avery Goes Overboard Again

November 18th, 2010 by joe gillen Leave a reply »
Sean Avery has been an NHL super pest and agitator now for some time, so there’s no reason to be surprised with his latest antics towards the Oilers' Ladislav Smid on Nov. 14 at Madison Square Garden.

Avery, known for his theatrical flair and on-ice antics designed to get under the skin of competitors, has twice led the National Hockey League in penalty minutes and was voted "most hated" in the NHL.

The game between the struggling Oilers and the Rangers was an up-tempo affair with an abundance of gritty-style plays.

Late in the third period with the Rangers leading 5-2, the Czech Republic-born Smid challenged Sean Avery to a fight which Avery was quick to decline.

Avery then looked as if he was going to jump back into the play, but quickly changed his mind and jumped a defenceless Smid and dropped him with a sucker shot.

These are the kind of antics that give Sean Avery the negative name he has. Avery is malicious and dirty and has no respect for the players or the game.

His on-ice chirps, racial remarks and gestures are starting to run dry again with fans and players around the league. Sean Avery has sta ...

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