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John Tortorella yesterday endorsed the Rangers' move to reinstate Sean Avery, the coach stating before last night's 5-2 Garden victory over the Sharks, "It's the right decision." Of course after the game, Tortorella would not guarantee Avery a spot in the lineup Thursday against the Ducks even if...
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