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When the New York Rangers and the Pittsburgh Penguins played earlier this week, Sean Avery and Tyler Kennedy had two altercations — a scrum and a fight. The fight earned a 3.9 rating from the punditry at HockeyFights.com.
In fact, Avery has had 15 fights in the last two seasons and just three of them were rated above a 5.0 on the venerable hockey pugilism site. His choice of opponents has been criticized, as he frequently picks "manageable" foes. The fights themselves haven't been stellar. Some have questioned Avery's worth as a fighter.
Truth is, Avery can hang in a fight. He's had a few that have actually been quite good.
Here are The 7 Sean Avery Fights That Aren't Completely Terrible.
1. Nov. 3, 2002: Sean Avery vs. Rob DiMaio
What's a little violence between friends? Sean Avery, then of the Detroit Red Wings, fought buddy Rob DiMaio o...