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Drury Retires From NHL
|(8/19/11) Chris Drury announced his retirement Friday, James Mirtle of the Globe & Mail reports.|
Rangers Buy Out Drury
|(6/29/11) The Rangers have officially bought out the remaining $3.3 million on Drury's (knee) contract, Rangers' official Twitter feed reports.|
Drury Done With Rangers
|(6/29/11) The Rangers will buy out the remainder of Drury's (knee) contract for $3.3 million, according to the Globe and Mail .|
Rangers Cannot Buy Out Drury
|(6/20/11) Buying out the final season of Drury's contract apparently will not be an option for the Rangers due to a "degenerative' condition in the captain's left knee that will reportedly keep him off the ice next year, the New York Post reports.|
Rangers Could Buy Out Drury's Contract
|(6/9/11) The Rangers are reportedly prepared to buy out the final season of Drury's five-year, $35.25 million contract, ESPN.com reports.|
Rangers still believing despite lack of scoring
You score, you give yourself a chance to win; you don't, then you're in trouble. While the Rangers -- with only one goal through two games against the Caps -- find themselves in such trouble, A.J. Perez says New York remains positive.
Rangers win big, get help from Tampa to make playoffs
Captain Chris Drury scored his first goal of the season in a surprise return to the lineup and Ryan McDonagh netted the first of his NHL career during a three-goal second period as the New York Rangers rallied for a 5-2 victory over the New Jersey Devils.
Rangers captain Drury makes return against Devils
Rangers captain Chris Drury is back in the lineup for the first time in two months, just as New York tries to save its season.