Sean Avery's NHL career may be over. The Dallas Stars announced on their Website today that after his six game suspension, imposed by NHL commissioner Gary Bettman, the controversial wing would not be welcomed back to the team.Avery was suspended for publicly insulting his former girlfriends, by calling them "sloppy seconds." Although Avery has publicly apologized, served his unpaid suspension without complaints and agreed to undergo anger management the Stars organization apparently feels...Read Full Story
After meeting with NHL commissioner Gary Bettman Thursday, it was announced this morning that Sean Avery has been suspended for six games without pay for the "sloppy seconds" comments he made Tuesday.Apparently Avery has also agreed to seek professional anger-management evaluation, and if necessary participate in counseling to address his unacceptable behavior.Although Avery's history of ridiculous and rude behavior totally warrants this suspension, other players have been handed shorter...Read Full Story
Braydon Coburn #5 of the Philadelphia Flyers can't stop a shot by Sean Avery #16 of the Dallas Stars on November 24, 2008 at the Wachovia Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images North America) NHL commissioner Gary Bettman has summoned Sean Avery to a hearing in New York on Thursday, after he was suspended indefinitely for making “inappropriate public comments, not pertaining to the game.”If you missed it, the Dallas Stars instigator referred to his ex...Read Full Story
Sean Avery #16 of the Dallas Stars chats with fans during warmups prior to his game against the Philadelphia Flyers on November 24, 2008 at the Wachovia Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images North America)Yet again, Sean Avery has done a fantastic job of proving why he's the most hated player in the NHL. The Dallas forward, known for his rude antics on and off the ice, was suspended indefinitely Tuesday morning after making some interesting comments to...Read Full Story
It's a long road to the Stanley Cup, but four remaining teams are almost there. It's conference finals time, and whoever makes it out of this round, will move on to battle for that ridiculously oversized cup.The No. 1 Detroit Red Wings and No. 5 Dallas Stars will duke it out for the West Thursday night in Detroit.The Red Wings had a few kinks to iron out in the series-opening round against the Nashville Predators . But after taking veteran goalie Dominik Hasek out from between the pipes, and...Read Full Story
The Dallas Stars are a professional hockey team in the Western Conference of the National Hockey League (NHL).