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05-02-2011, 10:09 AM
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Originally Posted by SingnBluesOnBroadway View Post
Legacy is made up by the fans. We all remember Willie Mays stumbling around in a Mets jersey or Jordan in Wizards garb.

Besides, what really is Drury's legacy?
They may remember Mays in a Mets Jersey and Jordan in Wizards garb... but as a side note.

They way they are remembered for the vast majority will be Mays patrolling the outfield for the Giants, and Jordan winning titles for the Bulls.

Just like Drury will be remembered for his cup with the Avs, his excellent seasons with Buffalo, and his OT playoff goals far more then he will be for his stint with the Rangers.

Drury's legacy is what it is, a solid but not spectacular American NHLer who played in three Olympic games, won a cup, and had a penchant for finding the back of the net at the right time.

Not a bad legacy if you ask me, one most NHL players would take in a heartbeat.

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