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Chris Drury

Chris Drury

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BIRTHDATE: August 20, 1976
HEIGHT: 5' 10" BIRTHPLACE: Trumbull, CT, United States
WEIGHT: 191 DRAFTED: QUE / 1994 NHL Entry Draft
Shoots: Right ROUND: 3rd   (72nd overall)
AwardsSeasons
Calder Memorial Trophy 1998-1999

•  Has tallied two points (one goal, one assist) in 10 career playoff contests vs. WSH

•  Ranks second in the league with a 65.5% faceoff winning percentage in the playoffs (38-58)

•  Recorded one assist in Game Four

•  Won a game-high, 15 faceoffs in 19 attempts (79%) in Game Three

•  Was credited with four hits in Game One

•  Is tied for fourth in the NHL all-time with four playoff overtime goals, and ranks fourth among active NHL players and leads the team with 47 goals

•  Has captured one Stanley Cup Championship (with Colorado in 2001)

•  Has participated in the playoffs eight times, having advanced to at least the Conference Finals in five of those eight seasons 

•  Notched a goal vs. New Jersey on Apr. 9 in his return to the lineup after missing the previous 27 games due to injury

•  Recorded two assists in a 7-2 win vs. the Islanders on Dec. 27

2010-11 Regular Season Missed Game Information: 57 (INJ)

Brother of Ted Hockey East Second All-Star Team (1996, 1997) NCAA East Second All-American Team (1996) Hockey East Player of the Year (1997, 1998) NCAA East First All-American Team (1997, 1998) NCAA Championship All-Tournament Team (1997) Hockey East First All-Star Team (1998) Hobey Baker Memorial Award (Top U.S. Collegiate Player) (1998) NHL All-Rookie Team (1999) Calder Memorial Trophy (1999) Rights transferred to Colorado after Quebec franchise relocated, June 21, 1995. Traded to Calgary by Colorado with Stephane Yelle for Derek Morris, Jeff Shantz and Dean McAmmond, October 1, 2002. Traded to Buffalo by Calgary with Steve Begin for Steve Reinprecht and Rhett Warrener, July 3, 2003. Signed as a free agent by NY Rangers, July 1, 2007. Missed majority of 2010-11 season due to hand and knee injuries. Officially announced his retirement, August 19, 2011.
Quote of the Day

There's no discouragement in that room. There's no issues there at all to be honest with you. It's more about, 'Hey, it's opportunities for players.' And if we become that bad of a team because of one player, it's not a real good sign for our hockey club. So this is part of sports. It's part of hockey.

— Bruins coach Claude Julien on the loss of Zdeno Chara to injury
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