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Avery announced his retirement Monday during an interview on Toronto's Sportsnet 590 The FAN.
Three days after being left of the Connecticut Whale's playoff roster, Sean Avery announced his retirement on an episode of Bravo TV's "Watch What Happens Live", ESPN New York's Katie Strang reports.
Avery has been informed that he will not be on the postseason roster for the Rangers' AHL affiliate, the Connecticut Whale, ESPN New York's Katie Strang reports.
Avery will be a healthy scratch against the Flyers on Friday, Andrew Gross of the Bergen Record reports.
Avery registered his second goal of the season in Tuesday's win over the Islanders, also adding seven penalty minutes.
Avery scored his first goal of the season Friday night as the Rangers downed the Hurricanes 5-1.
Avery had only seven shifts, totaling 4:46 of ice time, in Saturday's win over Montreal. It was his first game of the season.