On Friday, the NHL handed Dallas Stars hockey star Sean Avery a six game suspension without pay for his inappropriate 'sloppy seconds' remark.
He will also be required to take "anger management" classes!
NHL commissioner Gary Bettman said:
"Mr. Avery has been warned repeatedly about his conduct and comments, which have too often been at odds with the manner in which his more than 700 fellow players conduct themselves. Playing in the National Hockey League is a privilege, requiring a high standard of personal behavior. Mr. Avery forfeits that privilege for six games. Mr. Avery has expressed remorse for his recent comments and has sought a professional anger management evaluation. I will require that he follow through with that process as a condition of his returning to the ice and that he complies with any and all recommendations."
A hockey player with anger management issues? Get out!
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