Chris Drury will be inducted into the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame in Boston on Dec. 17.
For those still wondering, Chris Drury's buyout by the New York Rangers still counts toward the cap.
Chris Drury retired from NHL on Friday after 12 seasons in the league.
The New York Rangers have officially bought out the remainder of Chris Drury's contract.
The New York Post is reporting that the Rangers will complete the buyout of Chris Drury's contract today.
Chris Drury reportedly has a degenerative condition in his left knee that might prevent the team from buying out his contract.
It appears that the Rangers will in fact buy out the remainder of Chris Drury's contract.
It remains to be seen if Chris Drury is healthy enough to be bought out.
New York Newsday cited a source who said that the Rangers have not yet decided to buyout Chris Drury.
According to the New York Daily News, GM Glen Sather plans to buy out the remainder of Chris Drury's contract.
The New York Rangers may end up buying out the remainder of Chris Drury's contract this off-season.
Chris Drury isn't bothered by the fact that his contract is set to expire at the end of the 2011-12 season.
The New York Rangers were clear in their intention to swarm the Washington net on Sunday.
The New York Rangers may use a different power play in their next game against the Capitals.