Each episode of the show features a guest bartender.
Jay Blakesberg will be doing the honors on Monday night.
Avery was signed by the Detroit Red Wings as a free agent in 1999.
He played one final season in the OHL before turning professional in 2000 with the Cincinnati Mighty Ducks of the American Hockey League (AHL).
He broke into the NHL in the 2001–02 season, playing 36 games with the Red Wings and 36 in the minors.
The Red Wings went on to win the Stanley Cup that season, but Avery did not play in the playoffs nor did he play the required 41 games to get his name engraved on the Cup.
Avery led the league in penalty minutes for the second consecutive season in 2005-06, with 257.
“That is not accurate information,” Louis tells Radar exclusively.
For many years, I have thought a book that considered the archives of numerous photographers – Jim Marshall, Herb Greene, myself, and others – would be the ultimate photography book on this band.
It was Josh who went above and beyond, seeking out the rare and unseen archives that truly makes this a unique collection.
During his career in the National Hockey League (NHL), he played left wing for the Detroit Red Wings, Los Angeles Kings, Dallas Stars and New York Rangers, gaining recognition for his agitating playing style and controversial behaviour both on and off the ice.
He is also known for his eclectic interests, having worked in fashion, most notably as an intern at Vogue magazine; as a model; and as a restaurateur.