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Published: Dec 4, 2008
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Sean Avery and his "Sloppy Seconds" remark
by Mitch Marconi


Jealous NHL star player Sean Avery bashed his new ex in front of the media recently. Apparently his ex, Elisha Cuthbert, started dating Calagary Flames Dion Phaneuf.

It seems Sean Avery is having a hard time getting over her, and if anything it shows that whatever she did to him, hurt him.

NHL Dallas Stars player Sean Avery and the rest of the Dallas Stars had a game to play against the Calgary Flames, the team that has his rival Dion Phaneuf on it. He told the media to gather around him during morning practice so he could release this ridiculous statement:

"I am really glad to be back in Calgary, I love Canada. I just want to comment on how it's become like a common thing in the NHL for guys to fall in love with my sloppy seconds. I don't know what that's about. Enjoy the game tonight."

Now did he really think that involving his personal life with the team was going to fly with the NHL and he Dallas Stars?

Avery must have been hurting bad to say these things and I think it's pretty obvious who ended it between him and Elisha Cuthbert.

Now after the release of this statement, the NHL suspended Avery for his "inappropriate" comments and showed the NHL that comments like that doesn't belong in the game of hockey. The Dallas Stars also backed up what the NHL did saying: "Had the league not have suspended him, the Dallas Stars would have.

This organization will not tolerate such behavior, especially from a member of our hockey team. We hold our team to a higher standard and will continue to do so." It doesn't seem anyone is backing Sean Avery any more; all he is left with is a broken ego. (c) tPC




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