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Sean Avery

Sean Avery  #16

Left Wing
NUMBER: 16 BIRTHDATE: April 10, 1980
HEIGHT: 5' 10" BIRTHPLACE: North York, ON, Canada
WEIGHT: 195
Shoots: Left

Last Game: Did not dress on Friday at FLA

- Has not dressed in the last 10 games

- Is tied for second on the team in fighting majors (three)

- Notched the game-winning goal and was credited with two hits on Dec. 1 at CAR

- Made his season debut on Nov. 5 in a 5-3 win vs. MTL, after not dressing on Nov. 3 vs. ANA following his recall from Connecticut (AHL) on Nov. 1

- Tallied a goal in his season debut with Connecticut on Oct. 28 at Adirondack after missing the first seven games of the season due to a shoulder injury

- Has registered one goal, along with seven penalty minutes and 11 shots on goal in two games with Connecticut

- The Rangers have posted a record of 140-92-32 with him in the lineup since originally being acquired on Feb. 5, 2007

2011-12 Regular Season Missed Game Information: 11 (DND)

Traded to Kingston (OHL) by Owen Sound (OHL) with Steve Lafleur for Aaron Fransen and D.J. Maracle, January 11, 1999. Signed as a free agent by Detroit, September 21, 1999. Traded to Los Angeles by Detroit with Maxim Kuznetsov, Detroit's 1st round choice (Jeff Tambellini) in 2003 Entry Draft and Detroit's 2nd round choice (later traded to Boston Boston selected Martins Karsums) in 2004 Entry Draft for Mathieu Schneider, March 11, 2003. Signed as a free agent by Lahti (Finland), November 24, 2004. Signed as a free agent by Motor City (UHL), February 11, 2005. Traded to NY Rangers by Los Angeles with John Seymour for Jason Ward, Jan Marek, Marc-Andre Cliche and NY Rangers' 3rd round choice (later traded to Buffalo - Buffalo selected Corey Fienhage) in 2008 Entry Draft, February 5, 2007. Signed as a free agent by Dallas, July 2, 2008. Claimed on waivers by NY Rangers from Dallas, March 3, 2009. Missed majority of 2011-12 as a healthy reserve.

I've been getting frustrated lately, and the only thing keeping me sane was the team winning and other people stepping up and scoring. Then you just kind of let it go and realize you can end the series with one shot, that frustration goes away for a brief moment, and that's what happened.

— Montreal forward Max Pacioretty after scoring the OT winner in Game 4 -- his first career playoff goal -- to eliminate the Lightning and send the Canadiens into the second round