29 episodes

Sean Avery: A 12-year NHL Hockey career and one of the most legendary NY Rangers who called Madison Square Garden, “The Most Famous Arena in The World”, home. In a NY Ranger Jersey, Sean was the first professional athlete from the “Big 4” to endorse New York State’s push for Marriage Equality as well as the first pro to intern at Vogue Magazine during the off-season. Sean Avery wrote the best-selling memoir, Ice Capade, on the Penguin Random House imprint. He then transitioned into a brand-new acting career with credits to-date in director Peter Berg’s Patriots Day, Mile 22 and most recently, Chris Nolan’s upcoming blockbuster TENET. So naturally, the No Gruffs Given Podcast was the next step. An unapologetic conversation only a true narcissist like Sean can only have with himself, which people will hate, and people will love. Enjoy one of greatest trash talkers ever in professional sports on his podcast, No Gruffs Given.

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Sean Avery: A 12-year NHL Hockey career and one of the most legendary NY Rangers who called Madison Square Garden, “The Most Famous Arena in The World”, home. In a NY Ranger Jersey, Sean was the first professional athlete from the “Big 4” to endorse New York State’s push for Marriage Equality as well as the first pro to intern at Vogue Magazine during the off-season. Sean Avery wrote the best-selling memoir, Ice Capade, on the Penguin Random House imprint. He then transitioned into a brand-new acting career with credits to-date in director Peter Berg’s Patriots Day, Mile 22 and most recently, Chris Nolan’s upcoming blockbuster TENET. So naturally, the No Gruffs Given Podcast was the next step. An unapologetic conversation only a true narcissist like Sean can only have with himself, which people will hate, and people will love. Enjoy one of greatest trash talkers ever in professional sports on his podcast, No Gruffs Given.

    No Pants No Service

    No Pants No Service

    In episode 28, Sean talks about the changes he plans on making to his routines moving forward including a new outlook on gyms and haircuts. He then reviews some trending topics including Kanye West running for president, Floyd Mayweather’s new rate on Cameo, Tom Hanks’ stance on masks, the NHL entering phase 4, and more. Tune in now to find out which social media “influencer” accused him of Facetuning his photos from the weekend.

    • 49 min
    Egomaniac

    Egomaniac

    Sean opens up episode 27 discussing a particular message he got on twitter from a moron. Next he talks about how he made the transition from being a professional athlete to a professional actor. Avery credits the importance of putting yourself in uncomfortable situations every day to achieve success– that is the name of the game. The harder you work, the better your life will be. He also remembers a very wild party he went to after winning the Stanley Cup in 2002 where Kid Rock performed a full live set at a yacht club.

    • 43 min
    Fireworks Are For Kids

    Fireworks Are For Kids

    This week, Sean chats about how New York City has turned into a complete shit show and pouring grape juice on people who piss on the streets. He also reviews some hot topics in the news, gives his listeners tips on how to escape being attacked on the street and explains the kind of parent he aspires to be.

    • 40 min
    Protect Yourself

    Protect Yourself

    Sean is angry. Sean is angry about several things and in episode 25, he tells you why.

    • 39 min
    No Gruff Sherlock

    No Gruff Sherlock

    Big announcement this week. The name of the podcast has officially been changed to No Gruffs Given - tune in now to find out why. You asked and Sean delivered, he opened up the phone lines and had some great and some not so great conversations with callers. Episode 24, NO GRUFFS GIVEN, in the books.

    • 38 min
    Activism Performative

    Activism Performative

    Episode 23. We Need To Protect Each Other. Protect Each Other! When You See A Bully, Stand Up. Use Your Voice.

    • 40 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
739 Ratings

739 Ratings

Retro10123 ,

Inspirational

Inspirational, interesting and often hilarious storytelling.

KatarzynaDZ ,

Very entertaining

I’m all honestly I cannot relate to most of Sean’s rants... however he is thoroughly entertaining. Lots of LOL moments.

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