Sean Avery was one of the NHL’s most infamous players during the decade he spent in the league. Over the course of his 608 NHL games, Avery managed to hit, chirp, and agitate his way to becoming public enemy #1 for 29 of the league’s then-30 teams on a nightly basis. As the one fan base he was embraced by during his time in hockey, Rangers fans usually remember Avery for some of his better moments. His four point night against the Dallas Stars after getting run out of town (which surprisingly isn’t so much as mentioned within the book) by them serves as one of those moments, as was his rivalry with St. Louis Blues assistant GM Martin Brodeur during his playing days.