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    [QUOTE]Who's the worst Avery or Carcillo ??? Stanley Cup to the BRUINS in 2011-2012-2013
    Posted by StanleyCuptotheBruinsin2011[/QUOTE]

    Avery.  He's been around longer.  He's had more time to be a punk.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Avery : Probably because nobody pisses me off more than Sean Avery. I can't stand that guy. He's an embarrassment to the league, and any time someone suggests that "You'd love him on the Bruins" it makes me want to barf. 
    Posted by duinne[/QUOTE]

    I wouldn't want him on the Bruins either.  I can deal with guys who "play on the edge", but Avery is something else.  He makes a mockery of the game (i.e. screening Brodeur last season).  As for "punk" players that I would be okay with on the Bruins?  Scott Hartnell.  He plays on the edge (although he crosses it from time to time), he plays hard, and he has some skill as well.  I don't like him and I hate the Flyers.  But I always thought that my opinion of him would change if he wore the spoked B.
     
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    hartnell totally ran away from a fight recently. good stock.

    http://www.hockeyfights.com/fights/98814
     
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    [QUOTE]hartnell totally ran away from a fight recently. good stock.
    Posted by 86redsox[/QUOTE]

    Didn't see that.  He's a punk no doubt.  I guess my point was, out of all the punks out there - Avery, Carcillo, Hartnell, Ott, etc. - he's the only one I might root for if he played for the Bruins.
     
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    If Sean Walker wasn't suspended for this against aaron ward


    then don't expect Avery to be suspended.

    C. Campbell is a complete disgrace.
     
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    [QUOTE]If Sean Walker wasn't suspended for this against aaron ward http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xLnEDFaDEdA then don't expect Avery to be suspended. C. Campbell is a complete disgrace.
    Posted by OlsonicCreations[/QUOTE]

    Completely agree. But wait that was avery? He'll get suspended and the arbitrary wheel of justice spins on.
     
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    Avery went to my highschool, he's been a doucher for a long time.
     
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    Well, I guess Im in the minority here.  I dont have a problem with the way the Avery/Smid "fight" went down at all. I think Avery is a POS and I hate the guy, but when youre goading someone into a fight because they laid a clean, heavy hit on someone, you BETTER be ready.  Smid got his gloves off at the same time Avery did, but he wanted separation and to "start" the fight like a WWE match:  Both guys come out of their corner and touch gloves.  WHEN did it become standard practice to drop the gloves, separate and THEN engage?  When youre in a fight, you BETTER be ready to fight, ESPECIALLY when youre the instigator.  Smid got what was coming to him.  I have no problem with it, and I think most here only have a problem with it because of the name on the back of the jersey who got him.  Make that Lucic and Laraque and EVERYONE here would be cheering Lucic on.  Dont be hypocrites because you are biased towards a player for previous actions.  The Oil were WAY out of line in that whole altercation and there should be suspensions and fines.  Avery got the bad end of the deal because of what he has done in the past.
     
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    I dont know Vig.

    Smid immediately went to Avery with allright lets go gesture. Avery waved him off and because play was still going on Smid started to try and get back to the play. As soon as smid turned away then Avery attacked  him.

    It wasnt a fight it was an assualt.
     
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    In Response to Re: Avery:[QUOTE]In Response to Re: Avery : I'd call Sean Avery a pig, but that would be an insult to pigs,which are friendly, agreeable sorts of creatures. Posted by duinne[/QUOTE]

    LMAO!

    "Avery probably knows the Rangers don't play Edmonton again this season so his "bravery" came out."

    It's easy to be brave when you know these sorts of things LoL!
     
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    [QUOTE]Well, I guess Im in the minority here.  I dont have a problem with the way the Avery/Smid "fight" went down at all. I think Avery is a POS and I hate the guy, but when youre goading someone into a fight because they laid a clean, heavy hit on someone, you BETTER be ready.  Smid got his gloves off at the same time Avery did, but he wanted separation and to "start" the fight like a WWE match:  Both guys come out of their corner and touch gloves.  WHEN did it become standard practice to drop the gloves, separate and THEN engage?  When youre in a fight, you BETTER be ready to fight, ESPECIALLY when youre the instigator.  Smid got what was coming to him.  I have no problem with it, and I think most here only have a problem with it because of the name on the back of the jersey who got him.  Make that Lucic and Laraque and EVERYONE here would be cheering Lucic on.  Dont be hypocrites because you are biased towards a player for previous actions.  The Oil were WAY out of line in that whole altercation and there should be suspensions and fines.  Avery got the bad end of the deal because of what he has done in the past.
    Posted by bigvig[/QUOTE]

    I see what you're saying, but the on ice accounts were that Avery said "next shift" right before he threw that haymaker.  Eric Christiansen of the Rangers said that Avery waited until Smid wasn't ready, point blank.  While Smid did drop the gloves, he was also skating away and clearly was not ready (although he probably should have been).

    What's worse is that Avery, instead of feeling ashamed for taking advantage of a guy like that, keeps throwing punches while they are down on the ice and Smid is woozy.  Then he gets up and laughs at the Edmonton bench, knowing that the ref is already escorting him down the tunnel -- game over for him, no rematch on the schedule with the Oilers.

    Behind him, the rest of his teammates have to answer for all of this nonsense.  Prust, Boyle, Dubinsky are doing battle while Avery is chuckling down the tunnel.

    It's hard not to have a problem with all that.  I hope he gets what's coming very soon.
     
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    On ice accounts from who?  Either way, they were face to face, Avery dropped them, Smid a second later and Smid tried to square off/back up and Avery popped him.

    Im not defending Avery in every situation, just this one.  No matter who says what now, Smid was goading him, instigating him, and if this had of been the other way around EVERYONE would be saying Avery got what was coming to him.  THATS the thing I dont like.  Its a complete bias towards the guy no matter what happens.

    Is Avery a PITA, YES.  Is Avery even close to Claude Lemieux or Brian Marchment or Ulf Samuelsson, NO.  Avery plays on a very fine line of being a HUGE pest/agitator, but I dont think he is a real dirty player like those guys were.

    Again, if youre instigating a fight, you BETTER be ready.
     
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    [QUOTE]Well, I guess Im in the minority here.  I dont have a problem with the way the Avery/Smid "fight" went down at all. I think Avery is a POS and I hate the guy, but when youre goading someone into a fight because they laid a clean, heavy hit on someone, you BETTER be ready.  Smid got his gloves off at the same time Avery did, but he wanted separation and to "start" the fight like a WWE match:  Both guys come out of their corner and touch gloves.  WHEN did it become standard practice to drop the gloves, separate and THEN engage?  When youre in a fight, you BETTER be ready to fight, ESPECIALLY when youre the instigator.  Smid got what was coming to him.  I have no problem with it, and I think most here only have a problem with it because of the name on the back of the jersey who got him.  Make that Lucic and Laraque and EVERYONE here would be cheering Lucic on.  Dont be hypocrites because you are biased towards a player for previous actions.  The Oil were WAY out of line in that whole altercation and there should be suspensions and fines.  Avery got the bad end of the deal because of what he has done in the past.
    Posted by bigvig[/QUOTE]


    well apparently you didn't watch the clip because Avery said no to the fight and said later.  so whats the Oiler going to do?  get back in the play of the game and thats what he tried to do and then Avery jumped him.  if Avery was willing to fight so bad then why didn't he drop the gloves as soon as the Oiler went over to him? 

    it absolultey was a clean hit but when a teammate goes down hard your team should respond and thats what the Oiler did, but Avery wouldn't know that because he is not a good teammate.

     
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    Again, I understand what you are saying, and there is a bias involved for sure.  The bias is warranted though.  It is a bias developed from dozens of situations where Avery has acted like a jerk.  If Smid does the same thing, it is not as big of a deal because there is no track record.


    Regardless of what Avery did to Smid, it is what he does to his teammates that is also offensive.  As I said, he taunts the Edmonton bench while leaving and then heads to the lockerroom while this major sh!tstorm takes place on the ice and his team has to deal with it.  His teammates got tired of that crap in LA and Dallas.

    You don't keep hitting a guy who is already lying on the ice (with a concussion) either.  I think everybody knows that.  The linesman had to dive on top of him and drag him off Smid.  Bad form.

     
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    Yea Big! It's not the sucker punch! That's bad enough. I actually heard what happened before I saw waht happened. His own teammate even said "He made it look like he wasn't going to fight, then popped him when he wasn't ready!" I bet Prust had something to say in the dressing room to Mr. Avery. That's not the Oilers fault with what Avery did. I had no problem with the hit either. You also have to realize that when Avery does lay a big hit. Someone's coming over to have a chat. He's earned that reputation of guilt without proof. Then to tell the guy "next shift" Comon! Don't stick up for this IDIOT! You're smarter & better than that!
     
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    [QUOTE]Avery probably knows the Rangers don't play Edmonton again this season so his "bravery" came out.  BTW, for those hoping karma would pay a visit to that other bricktop Carcillo, it may have happened tonight against the Sens.  He took a run at a player, missed, went hard into the boards and sprained his knee.  Had to be helped from the ice and didn't return.  :^)
    Posted by RichmondHillOntario[/QUOTE]

    Seriously? That's hilarious.

    Can't stand that twerp. 
     
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    duinne - He sprained his knee and is out for two weeks.  Looks good on him.
     
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    [QUOTE]duinne - He sprained his knee and is out for two weeks.  Looks good on him.
    Posted by RichmondHillOntario[/QUOTE]

    Thanks for the update!
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Avery : Thanks for the update!
    Posted by duinne[/QUOTE]

    No problem.  As I watched him leave the ice with assistance, I thought it would have been even sweeter if he was being helped from the ice after being helped up off the ice due to being K 'OD by sombody.
     
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    Avery is a little s%#t!! Nobody is contesting that fact!!  However, I do agree with some of the posts on here, Smid should have been ready to go...period. As a matter of fact he should have been the one to drop the gloves first, no matter what "br-avery" (SARCASM) was saying.  

    Avery should get punched in the face every game for no reason...karma is a mo-fo!!!
     
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    yeah avery is a jerk but smid has to be on high alert when involved with guys like him...avery and cook really  must be the most hated players in the league
     
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