Chris Drury

Team New York Rangers New York Rangers
Born Aug 20, 1976
Nationality United States United States
Team History
New York Rangers Rangers 2007 - present
Buffalo Sabres Buffalo Sabres 2003 - 2007
Calgary Flames Calgary Flames 2002 - 2003

Chris Drury is an American center on the New York Rangers.

Drury was drafted in 1994 by the Quebec Nordiques. He had previously won a Hobey Baker Award as the best collegiate hockey player in the country, as well as winning a national championship in 1995. He entered the NHL with the Colorado Avalanche in 1998, and won the Calder Trophy with 44 points in his rookie year. Drury won a Stanley Cup with the Avalanche in 2001, and made a name for himself as a clutch player with 11 game winning goals over 4 postseasons. Drury was traded to Calgary in 2002, where he scored 53 points before being traded to Buffalo in 2003. Drury helped lead the Sabres to the Conference Finals in 2007 with a career high 69 points. Drury signed with New York in 2007, and was named the team captain in 2008.

Drury has played for Team USA at 7 international competitions, winning a bronze medal at the 2004 World Championships and a silver medal at the 2002 Winter Olympics.

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