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Avery lacerated his spleen and will miss the remainder of the playoffs.
Filed Under:   Penguins   Rangers   Avery  
April 30, 2008 6:08 PM ET | Delete
First off - Very old news by the time you posted this (3:18 pm). Secondly - Very rude coming from a Penguins fan! You're already up 3-0, no need to gloat about a key player from the opposition being out for the series. Bad, bad post.
April 30, 2008 6:10 PM ET | Delete
btw, i respect you, pensfan, i really do. we both started doing MyHockeybuzz Blogs about the same time, and you've written good stuff in the past. But this was just over the line, IMO. like you're rubbing it in.
April 30, 2008 7:13 PM ET | Delete
April 30, 2008 7:36 PM ET | Delete
Props to Millertime. Some people are really disturbing - and those of you (not necessarily on this site) that posted blogs about how happy you are that Avery has this injury should be ashamed of yourself. I can totally understand why people hate him, and believe me if he was on the other side, I would hate him as well. But being happy that this guy is hurt, just not cool.
April 30, 2008 11:19 PM ET | Delete
This really sucks for Avery and I truly wish him nothing but the best in his recovery. Why is this such a big deal that Pensfan posted this? There's nothing derogatory in the statement. Just reporting it. Just asking.
May 1, 2008 11:50 AM ET | Delete
You'll see how many people hate him when he hits the open Market July 1 ( I hope not). We're talking about a player that can center,play win,and kill penalties. He won't shy away from dropping his gloves and he can finish. Avery is the last of a Dying breed of super pests that have major roles in our game. Claude Lemieux, Esa Tikkanen, ETC. Both these players including Sean have one cups too. They do thier jobs and do them well all the best to Avery in his recovery.
May 3, 2008 10:03 PM ET | Delete
correction *factor in the game*
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