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Sean Avery - Life After Hockey

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17 hours ago, Jersey Wing said:

Here is the review of the book. I guess Avery really did pay attention to the Yzermans, Hulls and Chelios' of the world

 http://www.thehockeynews.com/news/article/sean-avery-s-tell-all-book-delivers-the-goods

Dam the comments at the bottom of that article are mean lol

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18 minutes ago, ChristopherReevesLegs said:

Sean Avery has 2 books? One called Icecapades and one called Offside? What's the difference?

 

Same book.

"The retired agitator’s autobiography, entitled Offside: My Life Crossing the Line in Canada and Ice Capades: A Memoir of Fast Living and Tough Hockey in the United States, comes out on Oct. 24"

I have no idea why he would give it 2 different names. I'm guessing the Canadian one is the original but didn't test well in the US without hockey and/or ice in the name.

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11 minutes ago, Son of a Wing said:

Same book.

"The retired agitator’s autobiography, entitled Offside: My Life Crossing the Line in Canada and Ice Capades: A Memoir of Fast Living and Tough Hockey in the United States, comes out on Oct. 24"

I have no idea why he would give it 2 different names. I'm guessing the Canadian one is the original but didn't test well in the US without hockey and/or ice in the name.

Wowoweewhoa. Confusing. Many thanks for clarifying. I will order the obviously superior American version.

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1 hour ago, ChristopherReevesLegs said:

Wowoweewhoa. Confusing. Many thanks for clarifying. I will order the obviously superior American version.

Same. :blind:

The other version seems like it was advertised on fake news. 

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8 hours ago, F.Michael said:

Thought it would be douchy, but was actually very funny...Anyone remember why he was moved?

 

Ha I just watched this last night after it popped up on my youtube recommended

He was moved cause his personality 100%. He had to start drama everywhere he possibly could. He's like Rasheed Wallace, where when things start getting heated and it becomes a situation where most players lose their composure, Avery instead thrives. He's chaotic evil. That's sometimes a good thing in a player, but it always followed him off ice too. He was also a big drinker in his early years. I guess Chelios and he got along great because of this lol but Holland specifically forbade young Zetterberg from spending time with Avery outside of the rink because of this, so says Avery. Guy was a problem. He's a weird dude. Cool dude, but weird. Super vain and OCD. He strikes me as the type of guy who's good to go out for a beer with and that's it. Anymore time than that and he'll eventually drive you nuts. I suspect Torts was the only coach who could truly handle him.

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