Sean Avery’s ’sloppy seconds’ remark about ex Elisha Cuthbert gets him suspended

December 3, 2008

(ChattahBox) — As the Dallas Stars visit the Calgary Flames tonight, the Canadian media was gearing for some sort of nasty fallout from Sean Avery’s comments to ESPN about superstar player Jarome Iginla being a player “no one cares about.”

Avery’s success in his job role of distracting other players has arguably made him one of the most hated players in the league. And Avery living up to his reputation, decided to further chum the waters with another biting statement:

“Uh, I’m really happy to be back in Calgary. I love Canada.

“And 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.”

The jab, was likely directed at Calgary Flames defenceman Dion Phaneuf, who is dating Avery’s ex-girlfriend, Elisha Cuthbert. The Canadian actress who seems to have a thing for hockey players, reportedly, also dated Mike Komisarek of the Montreal Canadiens.

But rather then having a good old fashion hockey brawl to settle some honor the NHL commission quickly stepped in. They announced: Dallas Stars forward Sean Avery has been suspended indefinitely, pending a hearing with NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman, in accordance with the provisions of NHL By-Law 17 and Article 6 of the NHL Constitution for conduct “detrimental to the League or game of hockey,” the National Hockey League announced today.  The suspension was imposed following inappropriate public comments, not pertaining to the game, made by Avery earlier today.

Avery was on the “Sexiest Man Alive 2007” list by People magazine, and was once linked romantically to Rachel Hunter but they ended their year-long relationship in June 2005.  Inspite of his appeal with the ladies he really seems to be a total douche bag.

Reported by: Hot Momma Celebrity Gossip


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