Nov. 26, 2011; New York, NY, USA; New York Rangers center Sean Avery (16) takes a shot on goal against Philadelphia Flyers goalie Sergei Bobrovsky (35) during the first period at Madison Square Garden. Mandatory Credit: Debby Wong-USA TODAY Sports

Sean Avery Uses Twitter Again, Causes Mass Hysteria

Nov. 15, 2011; Uniondale, NY, USA; New York Rangers forward Sean Avery celebrates with team members after scoring a goal during the first period against the New York Islanders at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum. Mandatory Credit: Debby Wong-USA TODAY Sports

Wouldn’t be Sean Avery like to go on Twitter, and cause a stir to make a tired and restless Ranger fanbase stir out of control, and beg for him to return to the NHL, and the New York Rangers.

Three hours after the Rangers wrapped up a 2-1 loss to the rival Philadelphia Flyers, Sean Avery and his old friend twitter, came to blows as he typed two 140 character tweets, causing Ranger fans, and people trying to sleep, a panic.

 

What could this mean, could this be a way to say that Sean is willing and interested in making a comeback to the NHL, and most importantly, interested in making a comeback with the New York Rangers? He did make quite the stir last year, by claiming that the Rangers as a team, were tired of John Tortorella, and wanted a change in guard.

The Rangers responded by pushing themselves and eventually making the playoffs, thanks to this tweet:

Could this be another ploy to help propel the Rangers in the right direction, to help the refocus, build strong team chemistry, and to go on a win streak of sorts? Or does the man who has caused a lot of trouble within the NHL, and is public enemy number one by many in this league, want to return, and return to Broadway? Interestingly enough, Avery had this to say when the news broke that Tortorella was fired.

 

Interestingly enough, Avery has started a movement, which in Twitter time will last before dawn. Enjoy this while it lasts!

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