Avery Attends Whale Season Tix Event; Not Media Lunch (Updated)

averywolfpackUpdate, 4:45 p.m.:
CT Whale Coach Ken Gernander gives his thoughts on coaching Avery (via Hartford Courant)…

“You work with a group, but you also have to look at each case individually,” Gernander said. “No two people are the same, whether they be NHLers who are being sent to us or young kids that are developing. Nobody’s [learning] curve is the same, nobody’s personality, nothing. So you deal with each case on an individual basis. Now, you might have learned something in past experiences with another athlete that’s applicable. But you try and deal with each individual on a case by case basis.

“I would expect that when he does get in our lineup that he would be able to chip in on several different areas. He’s a good skater, you know he can play a physical style of game, you know he can mix it up and he’s got offensive capabilities. He’s got a lot of NHL attributes. So I think he’s going to be able to participate, help our team on a number of different fronts.”

…i just have feeling that Avery is going to tear it up down there and all but force the Rangers to bring him back up.

Original Post:
Brian Ring, PR guru for the CT Whale, tweets that Sean Avery attended a Whale season ticket holder event last night and apparently enjoyed the “Tokyo Drift” arcade game.

…nice to see Avery participating in the fan event. One thing I have always been told by readers is how gracious Avery is to the fans. Probably why there is such an outcry against him being waived.

Avery did not, however, attend today’s media lunch and will not play this weekend.

…good, screw the media they hate Avery anyway.

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Avery Attends Whale Season Tix Event; Not Media Lunch (Updated)

averywolfpackUpdate, 4:45 p.m.:
CT Whale Coach Ken Gernander gives his thoughts on coaching Avery (via Hartford Courant)…

“You work with a group, but you also have to look at each case individually,” Gernander said. “No two people are the same, whether they be NHLers who are being sent to us or young kids that are developing. Nobody’s [learning] curve is the same, nobody’s personality, nothing. So you deal with each case on an individual basis. Now, you might have learned something in past experiences with another athlete that’s applicable. But you try and deal with each individual on a case by case basis.

“I would expect that when he does get in our lineup that he would be able to chip in on several different areas. He’s a good skater, you know he can play a physical style of game, you know he can mix it up and he’s got offensive capabilities. He’s got a lot of NHL attributes. So I think he’s going to be able to participate, help our team on a number of different fronts.”

…i just have feeling that Avery is going to tear it up down there and all but force the Rangers to bring him back up.

Original Post:
Brian Ring, PR guru for the CT Whale, tweets that Sean Avery attended a Whale season ticket holder event last night and apparently enjoyed the “Tokyo Drift” arcade game.

…nice to see Avery participating in the fan event. One thing I have always been told by readers is how gracious Avery is to the fans. Probably why there is such an outcry against him being waived.

Avery did not, however, attend today’s media lunch and will not play this weekend.

…good, screw the media they hate Avery anyway.

Remember to follow me on Twitter & Facebook or e-mail me at nyrfan94@yahoo.com.

Kevin

About Kevin

If you have any questions e-mail me at nyrfan94@yahoo.com.

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