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06-09-2011, 01:45 PM
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satrabyk
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Originally Posted by TullyNYR View Post
Drury was my favorite hockey player before he came to New York. When the Rangers were up 1-0 against Buffalo and he was on the ice with seconds left, everybody knew that if anybody was going to tie the game, it'd be him. And sure enough he did. That's what Chris Drury was all about.

Sadly his body couldn't keep up with his heart and it ultimately led to a disappointing run here. I hope he finds a new team and tears it up there.
Keep dreaming bud, 4 years with the NYR he was awful every year. "The body didnt keep up"? Give me a break his skill couldint keep up with his contract. He was paid to be a top player but he is and always shoulve been a 3rd line guy. With Buff they were 4 lines deep, same as Col, so u could be fooled into thinking he was better at times but 3rd line and a tossed into special situations is Drury in his prime. You dont pay a guy that kind of money to do this. If he was paid 4 mil to play that role everything might have worked out better.

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