Unless you have been blind for the previous 10 games or so, you would have noticed that the best Ranger forward has been Sean Avery. I'm not talking about production here. I'm talking about consistency. Obviously, if you look at his numbers—no goals since Nov. 23 against Columbus when it seemed like half the team scored—you would beg to differ. Avery has been noticeable every time he has been on the ice. This phrase has been thrown around more than wet gloves between equipment managers on the bench but, he's "skating that line" that he needs to play at to be Sean Avery . Even though Christopher Higgins was announced as Prospal's replacement on the top line, I still think Avery is going to shine in his absence. Of course, Higgins skating along side Gaborik and Dubinsky on Tuesd ...
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