Thursday, April 13, 2006


The best news today so far (besides hopefully a Canucks win and a Ducks win) comes courtesy of the LA Times (via Jes GÅ‘lbez):

Sean Avery's brief and volatile career with the Kings came to an end after an argument with assistant coach Mark Hardy during practice Wednesday, a source with the team said.

Avery met with General Manager Dave Taylor and interim Coach John Torchetti after practice and then did not travel with the team to Phoenix, where the Kings play the Coyotes tonight.

A spokesman for the Kings said that while Avery was not suspended, he will not play in the final three games of the regular season or the Stanley Cup playoffs, should the team manage to qualify.

"We're moving on without him," the spokesman said. "We have informed Sean of this."
Jes adds:

It was like standing at the bus stop, and trying to ignore the crazy/talkative guy that is making everyone else feel uncomfortable. I'm hoping Avery has to beg an NHL team for a job.
No objections here.

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posted by J.J. Guerrero, 7:39 AM


At April 13, 2006 10:21 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Missing playoffs. Looks good on ownership. Evict some more little old ladies. You will never have respect.


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