Geno Smith is far from the most confrontational figure in New York City-area sports history. Who are the top five? Let’s find out.
That Devils goaltender Martin Brodeur doesn’t like former NHL agitator extraordinaire Sean Avery isn’t exactly news. But the back and forth between the two of late sure is.
“Oh, I had a huge smile on my face, no question about it,” ex-Ranger Sean Avery told the New York Post on Thursday. “It’s not that I’m happy for myself. I’m happy for the Rangers and Ranger fans.”
Ryan Callahan defended John Tortorella after Sean Avery took to Twitter to rip the Rangers head coach.
The Bills’ receiver, part-time quarterback and kickoff returner is going to try his hand at journalism and style, working as an intern for Men’s Health Magazine to assist covering New York Fashion Week, which opens Thursday.
Tim Tebow’s evangelical personality and playing style have New Yorkers divided on Tebowmania. But this isn’t the first time in recent memory that a polarizing sports star has come to town and inhabited the back pages.
The former New York Rangers forward and fan favorite that played a vital role as the team’s feisty agitator announced his retirement Monday night on an after-show segment of Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live.”
Avery’s time with the Rangers organization may be over, but it’s likely that another team will pursue him in July.
The New York Rangers denied rumors that Sean Avery refused to play for the Connecticut Whale and spat at head coach Ken Gernander.
Sean Avery is back in the American Hockey League. The New York Rangers assigned the veteran winger to the Connecticut Whale after he cleared waivers Saturday.
The New York Rangers have placed veteran forward Sean Avery on waivers. The Rangers made the move Friday before their 4-1 win at Florida.
The fierce, long-standing rivalry between the New York Rangers and Philadelphia Flyers could reach new heights at the 2012 NHL Winter Classic at Citizens Bank Park.
The Rangers have placed Avery on waivers just days ahead of Monday’s much-anticipated Winter Classic showdown, according to TSN’s Bob McKenzie.
Neil Keefe watched the second episode of Rangers-Flyers 24-7 and wrote down thoughts on his favorite moments, as he does following every episode of the four-part series. In Part 2 of his 24/7 Thoughts, he shares his take on Henrik Lundqvist, John Tortorella, Jaromir Jagr and Mike Rupp.
The 24/7 series returned with the first of four episodes taking us up to Winter Classic on Jan. 2. If you missed it, Neil Keefe gives the four most intriguing figures and some of his favorite moments from the first hour of the best sports reality show on TV.