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Archenemies! Martin Brodeur vs. Sean Avery often got nasty

The rivalry between New Jersey Devils goaltender Martin Brodeur and the New York Rangers' Sean Avery is legendary. For years they have battled, pushing, colliding and mouthing off at each other. It all came to a head on April 13, 2008, during the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. During a power play, Avery turned his back on the action and stood facing Brodeur, wildly waving his arms to distract and screen him. Screening a goaltender is a common move in hockey, as players hope to sneak a puck into the goal unseen. But never before had a player done it so aggressively, completely...
Jewels From The Crown Jan 29, 2016

Q&A: After 13 Years, Ontario Reign's Kris Newbury's Favorite Word Is Still Work

Kris Newbury reveals why Reign teammates call him a cheater, spins an affectionate Tortorella tale & dishes on his many tattoos. And of course, he has a weird Sean Avery story. Plus, hear JFTC & Newbury botch the "Fresh Prince" theme together.

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