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Sean Avery

34-Year-Old Left Wing – Free Agent

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2014-15 Fantasy Hockey Outlook

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SHOOTS: Left   HT: 5' 10"   WT: 195   DOB: 4/10/1980   BORN: Pickering, Ontario   DRAFTED: No   Show ContractHide Contract

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Sean Avery Contract Information:

Signed a four-year, $15.5 million deal with Dallas in July 2008.

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Avery announced his retirement Monday during an interview on Toronto's Sportsnet 590 The FAN.

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Sean Avery NHL Stats
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Season Age League Team GP G A Pts +/- PIM SOG SH% GWG SHG TOI/G G A Pts TOI/G Hits BS
2005-06 25 75 15 24 39 -5 257 189 7.9 1 3 1 0 1
2006-07 26 84 18 30 48 1 174 249 7.2 2 1 2 0 2
2007-08 27 57 15 18 33 6 154 125 12.0 4 0 2 0 2
2008-09 28 41 8 14 22 6 111 99 8.1 0 0 15:45 2 3 5 2:14 89 7
2009-10 29 69 11 20 31 0 160 139 7.9 1 0 13:23 3 6 9 1:12 145 17
2010-11 30 NHL NYR 76 3 21 24 -4 174 137 2.2 1 0 11:14 0 1 1 0:22 115 24
2011-12 31 NHL NYR 15 3 0 3 2 21 15 20.0 1 0 7:01 0 0 0 0:01 10 1

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Sean Avery: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

Three days after being left of the Connecticut Whale's playoff roster, Sean Avery announced his retirement on an episode of Bravo TV's "Watch What Happens Live," ESPN New York's Katie Strang reports.

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Avery has been informed that he will not be on the postseason roster for the Rangers' AHL affiliate, the Connecticut Whale, ESPN New York's Katie Strang reports.

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Avery cleared waivers Saturday, TSN's Bob McKenzie reports.

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Avery was waived by the Rangers on Friday, USA Today reports.

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Avery will be a healthy scratch against the Flyers on Friday, Andrew Gross of the Bergen Record reports.

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Avery will be a healthy scratch in Sunday's game, according to Andrew Gross of The Bergen Record.

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Avery notched his third goal of the season in Thursday's win over the Hurricanes.

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Avery registered his second goal of the season in Tuesday's win over the Islanders and also added seven penalty minutes.

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Avery scored his first goal of the season Friday night as the Rangers downed the Hurricanes 5-1.

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Avery had only seven shifts, totaling 4:46 of ice time, in Saturday's win over Montreal. It was his first game of the season.

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Avery will make his season debut Saturday against Montreal, the New York Daily News reports.

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Avery will not likely return to action Thursday, Rangers' official Twitter feed reports.

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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks

2014-15

There was no outlook written for Sean Avery.

2011-12

Love him or hate him, the Rangers seem to play better with Avery in the lineup and it's more about his ability to agitate the opposition than anything else. He has always lacked consistency in his game though, mostly due to his well documented problems, including a penchant for angering coaches. With 14 forwards under contract going into training camp, Avery has to be considered one of the players on the bubble to stay with the team. Of course, getting arrested, as Avery did in August for shoving a police officer, only hurts his chances of being relevant in New York. Fantasy wise, Avery has very little value outside of penalty minutes but with his reputation around the league, he'll never lack in such a category.

2010-11

Avery still has the potential to be a fantasy asset because of his ability to score a few goals here and there, but most importantly, because of his penalty minutes. One of the league’s ultimate pests, Avery notched 160 PIMs last season, while also adding 11 goals and 31 points in just 69 games for the Blueshirts. If Avery is able to maintain a good relationship with Head Coach John Tortorella, then he has the potential to receive more playing time, which will certainly increase his value. On the downside, Avery has never scored more than 18 goals in any season and he won’t see much time on the power play. Avery has had his share of injury problems, and often finds himself on the sidelines because of a suspension or as an occasional healthy scratch, but it’s still pretty hard to find a guy that will easily crack 150 PIMs and 30-plus points on a consistent basis.

2009-10

Avery's ability to agitate and aggravate reached new heights last year after he was suspended by the NHL for comments regarding ex-girlfriends currently dating other NHL players. The Stars cut ties with the troubled star, but he found a second chance with a second stint in New York. Avery seemed to have settled down on Broadway, but his inability to control his temper and make smart plays got him suspended by Tortorella in the playoffs. Despite the suspension, Avery and Tortorella seem to have a strong working relationship that should allow the coach to keep his goon reigned in - to an extent. Avery's penalty minutes may not reach the 200 plateau, but his points should see an uptick with some more time on the ice.

2008-09

Avery will be looked upon to add scoring depth to a Dallas lineup that could use a top six scoring forward. He could slide in on the left side of Brad Richards' line if Mike Modano remains at center, so watch his training camp role early.

2007-08

Avery stands at an unimpressive 5-9, but don’t judge this bad boy on the basis on his height – Avery has a mean streak and can scrap. Sean's one of those hybrid players that has a nice offensive game, and can ignite a team with his energy. He also has a knack for agitating the team’s top lines and draw penalties – minor details that doesn’t show up in the nightly statistics. However, Avery is at times, a loose cannon that could end up hurting the team more than help. But those are the things you live with when you’ve got this firecracker on the ice, he’s definitely someone who plays with passion and will stand up for a teammate. Expect 50 points and in excess of 200 PIMs when it’s all said and done.

2006-07

As usual, expect him to lead the league in PiM, and score 40 to 50 points.

2005-06

He most likely will start the season in the minors, and then be called up because of injuries or under performance of another player.