He makes $4 million a year to thrash people on the ice, but New York Rangers hockey player Sean Avery doesn’t dare muss his Dries Van Noten suits. An intriguing profile in The Times portrays the most fashionable man in sports as having a “devil on his shoulder” that causes his outbursts. During his internship at Vogue he says he did everything, “from schlepping clothes back and forth from Steven Klein’s studio, to trying to get b-roll on a photo shoot in L.A.” A film titled Puckface detailing his experiences is in development, and even Narciso Rodriguez says Avery knows his fashion facts. Next on Sean’s agenda? Designer athletic wear.