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Video- Sean Avery On His New Book

via Sportsnet YouTube channel,

Former NHL bad boy Sean Avery joins Blair and Brunt to discuss his inspiration for writing his book, ‘Offside: My Life Crossing the Line,’ and why he has no regrets in life and in hockey.

 

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MikeMac's avatar

One of my favorite memories of Sean Avery was his first game back at the Joe after being traded away.  He took three bad penalties in a row, acting like he was trying way too hard to prove something.  Brett Hull took a puck after the third penalty and threw it over the glass to Avery as a memento for his “hat trick.”

Good times.

Posted by MikeMac on 10/24/17 at 01:17 PM ET

Primis's avatar

Of all the people that should have a least some regrets in life, Sean Avery should.

That he doesn’t regret anything is a testament to his cluelessness and his hubris.

Posted by Primis on 10/24/17 at 02:11 PM ET

Mr. Fnytelhatt's avatar

Former NHL bad boy Ferret-faced arsehole with narcissistic personality disorder who shouldn’t be allowed to proclaim his vapid gibberings on Youtube let alone in print Sean Avery joins Blair and Brunt to discuss his inspiration for writing his book, ‘Offside: My Life Crossing the Line,’ and why he has no regrets in life and in hockey.


Autocorrect!

Posted by Mr. Fnytelhatt on 10/24/17 at 02:26 PM ET

Iggy_Rules's avatar

Yes, let’s listen to Sean Avery talk about where he got the inspiration to write a book about himself…probably the most self-centered narcissist to ever play in the NHL.

Posted by Iggy_Rules from Calgary, Canada on 10/24/17 at 05:47 PM ET

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