Found November 01, 2011 on
via Larry Brooks of the NY Post, The stage is set for Sean Avery’s return to the Rangers this afternoon via re-entry, but The Post has been told Islanders’ general manager Garth Snow has been coy concerning the possibility of claiming the winger on waivers.
It’s a long shot, given the combination of Avery’s stated desire of playing only for the Rangers and the enemies he has made on the Islanders with his play and mouth, but it is always impossible to predict what Charles Wang’s organization might do, especially because they could hurt the Rangers on the ice and within the cap at a quite reasonable price.
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To the joy of Sean Avery supporters everywhere, the enigmatic winger is back with the New York Rangers. The Blueshirts put Avery on re-entry waivers at the beginning of the week only to watch Avery go unclaimed by the rest of the National Hockey League. Avery is eligible to play in Thursday’s game against the [...]
This is a little sad. Looks as though Sean Avery will be put through reentry waivers today, which would allow him to play in the Rangers Thursday night affair when they host the Anaheim Ducks. Has it come to this for New York? The Rangers have had a bad start, at least by the lofty expectations that they head entering the season. They currently sit 3-3-3, but if not for some early...
Sean Avery may soon be appearing in NHL arenas again.The New York Rangers have placed the controversial forward on re-entry waivers, paving the way for his return. If he clears, Avery would be eligible to return to the club in time for Thursday's game against the host Anaheim Ducks.Avery was demoted prior to the start of the season, failing to crack the opening-day roster despite...
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...
… 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.
Sean Avery cleared re-entry waivers on Tuesday and might be back in the New York Rangers' lineup Thursday night.
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.
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...
NEW YORK (AP) -- Sean Avery could rejoin the New York Rangers a lot sooner than expected after being placed on re-entry waivers by the team that has missed his grit early this season.
PHT: Can noted pest Sean Avery bring some focus, fire and consistency to New York?
For all the hullaballoo about Sean Avery descending to the AHL, the Connecticut Whale didn't even get a single home game with him on the roster before he was brought back to the New York Rangers through re-entry waivers. Which has to be the most depressing thing to happen to Hartford since ... well, we simply don't have the time ...
This doesn't mean Sean Avery Hipster...
Sean Avery could be heading back to New York while Niklas Kronwall is staying in Detroit for seven more years. (NBC Sports)
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...