After his team's 6-5 win over the Islanders at Nassau Coliseum last night, Rangers agitator Sean Avery had some harsh words for former teammate P.A. Parenteau about his antics on the Islanders' game-tying goal with 5:50 to play in the third period.
"P.A. skated by the bench and basically mocked us," Avery told The Post's Larry Brooks after the game. "It was the wrong move for a guy like that."
"He's never going to get himself into a club in the city after I send out e-mails," Avery said.
Parenteau, who had the helper on Blake Comeau's equalizer at 14:10, sounded surprised that Avery took such offense, saying:
"I don't know why he's so upset. Maybe I was celebrating or more excited than usual, but I think that type of stuff should be left on the ice."
Parenteau, who played 22 games for the Rangers last season, also dismissed Avery's threats of black-listing him in the New York nightlife scene.
"I'm not planning on going to any of his bars [Avery owns TriBeCa's Warren 77] any time soon," he told Newsday.
Before the two teams met for the second of a home-and-home set, Parenteau suggested Avery save his comments until after the puck drops.
"If he wants to go there, I can too. I think you leave that type of stuff on the ice, but it seems like he's had a problem with doing that throughout his career."
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