Sean Avery

New York Rangers #16 - Left Wing

  • Born: 04/10/80
  • Age: 41
  • Height: 5-10
  • Weight: 195

REPORT: Long Island Hockey Team Hates Fun, Ruins Everything


Opening Night would have been the perfect time to debut a New York rivalry of Russian goaltenders.

Potential versus the past: comparing cup winners to the 2021 Colorado Avalanche


How does this season’s roster stack up against the 1995-96 and 2000-01 Stanley Cup-winning teams?

Jackets 20: Jody Shelley was among lone highlights in early years


Continuing a celebration of the Blue Jackets in their 20th year.

Why we hate the Colorado Avalanche


Not really, but let’s yell about some old dudes and Steve Downie’s useless butt for a few.


The 6 all-time best hockey rivalries

No matter how old, these rivalries are the best.

December 12, 2008: The First Time the New Jersey Devils Smacked Down Our Hated Rivals at the Rock


Kicking off rivalry week(s) at SB Nation, John takes a look back at the first night where the New Jersey Devils finally beat down Our Hated Rivals, the New York Rangers, at the Rock in Newark. It...

Silence and Self-Preservation: Defiance, Censorship and Cowardice in the Context of Hockey


A feature that takes a look at some historical reference points taking a stand for what’s right in the sporting world.

BSB Quarantine Survival Guide


With New York’s numbers continuing to rapidly climb towards the apex, the PAUSE on New York has been extended until April 15th. We here at Blueshirt Banter hope that everyone is staying safe and...

Throwback Preview: Sabres look to break away from Rangers


Two straight losses has series tied heading into Game Six

A Brief History of Martin Brodeur’s Bitter Reactions to Rangers Wins in 2007-2008


The Devils had no answers for the Rangers during the 2007-2008 season, and the Hall-of-Fame Goaltender struggled to cope.

Islander of the Day: Gord Lane


The current Islanders aren’t playing, so let’s talk about some old ones. A fan favorite and damn near the most popular guy in the dressing room.

Mason Marchment continues his dominance in the AHL

Marchment has six goals in three games. Where does he go from here?