It's funny how people on this board use points as the comparison. Newsflash. There is a lot more to hockey than points. Drury is a great defensive forward. Hedjuk is not. Drury is an elite PK player. Hedjuk is not. Drury is excellent on faceoffs. Hedjuk doesn't even take them. Drury is a great gamer in physical games. Hedjuk is not. Basically, Hedjuk was an offensive player who played with Hall of Fame centers. Now, he's just a 50 point guy who really doesn't do anything else well. Please learn to evaluate players on just more than points. It's only one part of the game.
People who only use points to evaluate players embarrass themselves.