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Vancouver Canucks beat blogger Riley Trottier is back and better than ever. With some things to get off his chest. This week, things that bother him about the Canucks, "nothing", so he rants about ex New York Rangers forward Sean Avery, and CBC outspoken hockey commentator Don Cherry.
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According to Andrew Gross, head coach John Tortorella has confirmed that forward Sean Avery will be in the lineup for tomorrow's game against the Montreal Canadiens with Wojtek Wolski (groin) sitting out for sure. This will be Avery's first game of the season since he was only recalled from the Connecticut Whale of the AHL on Monday.
Mike Rupp, meanwhile, will be undergoing...
Sean Avery's NHL return is on hold for at least one more game.
Avery rejoined the New York Rangers for practice Wednesday morning but was ruled out of Thursday night's home game against the Anaheim Ducks because coach John Tortorella wants to play the same lineup that beat the San Jose Sharks 5-2 on Monday night.
''I didn't skate because of re-entry waivers...
I will bring whatever it is that is asked of me at this point. I think my game is pretty self-explanatory as far as what it is and where it comes from, and how it happens. Listen, we are all here because we want to play for the Rangers. I love this team. I want [...]
… in all honesty there is no reason to change the lineup after the way they played against San Jose and even Sean Avery knows that. I would rather have a fresh Avery in against a smaller, faster Montreal team than against Anaheim on Thursday.
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Sean Avery cleared re-entry waivers on Tuesday and might be back in the New York Rangers' lineup Thursday night.
RANGERS FANS who brought signs and chanted for the return of Sean Avery will get what they wished for Saturday night.
The Rangers tweet that John Tortorella confirms Sean Avery will get his first start of the season tomorrow vs. the Canadiens....ok Sean, we chanted, we brought banners, we begged and even pleaded. Now here's your chance. Don't F it up.Meanwhile, Wojtek Wolski will be getting an MRI on his groin and is out tomorrow.Steve Zipay reports that Mike Rupp will have arthroscopic...
We all put our pants on one leg at a time right? Sure. But what about the rest of the process? For New York Ranger Sean Avery, it’s a very, very slow one, at least for the purposes of his “The Way I Dress” video. He’s the latest to appear in the series, which is featured on Mr. Porter’s Journal. Mr. Porter is a luxury-goods website and the men’s version of popular Net...
Per the request of John Tortorella Sean Avery <a title="Avery "excited"" href="http://www.nhl.com/ice/news.htm?id=598600" target="_blank">is back in the Big Apple. It’s good to hear those two are friends again…. HA! I can only hope that the Rangers start tanking cuz if they do, the shizz will hit the fan. I still don’t see...
Sean Avery skated with the Rangers on Wednesday but won’t play in Thursday’s game against Anaheim at Madison Square Garden.
Sean Avery practiced with the Blueshirts Wednesday but the noted agitator will not be in the lineup Thursday night against Anaheim.
The stage is set for Sean Avery’s return to the Rangers after the winger cleared re-entry waivers.
When he will play for them again is unknown.
Coach John Tortorella said Tuesday he is hopeful Avery can bring energy to the Rangers but gave no guarantees about the winger's...
So Mike Rupp’s aching left knee will require an arthroscopy next week and Wojtek Wolski’s recurring groin problem required an MRI yesterday afternoon, both these bits of news combining to mean coach John Tortorella will be required to dress Sean Avery for tonight’s Garden match against the...
The Royal Military College of Canada confirms that hockey pundit Don Cherry won't accept an honorary degree from the school, following protests by some of its faculty members.