Today, Avery is consumed by acting after director Peter Berg, a friend, cast him in a small part as a cop in the movie ."It was the first feeling since I stopped playing that even remotely came close to fighting at centre ice at Madison Square Garden," he said. "I will either go broke trying to be an actor or I will become a working actor ...This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, United States.Latitude and longitude coordinates are provided for many National Register properties and districts; these locations may be seen together in a map.His sloppy seconds comment, he says, came in part out of annoyance that on that day in 2009 in Calgary, the media were more concerned with the dating game than matters "a million times more important" in the world.While Avery has blotted his copy sheet more than a few times, he has also blazed a trail.And it gets me in trouble quite a bit." Avery's missteps, accidental or orchestrated, made him a lightning rod during his 10-season career with the Detroit Red Wings, Los Angeles Kings, New York Rangers and Dallas Stars.It makes for colourful reading in Avery's autobiography "Offside.
He has got back to watching hockey, saying twice in the last week he was pulled into a "You Tube hole" watching Connor Mc David and Auston Matthews highlights.But he says his unpredictable on-ice persona was a role he turned off away from the rink.With Avery, it was often one step forward, two steps back."But there were a lot of times where they had conversations with me where it went in one ear and out the other, that I think about now and think 'You really should have maybe listened to that one a little bit harder."' In person, the five-foot-10 Avery is thoughtful good company in a slim, stylish package that still feels the effects of hockey at the highest level."There are some days where it's tough to get out of bed," he admits.