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Drury, Chris
Colorado Avalanche
1998-99

Born and raised in Trumbull, Connecticut, CHRIS DRURY took the US college route to the NHL. Playing for Boston University, DRURY led the circuit in scoring in 1995-96, then was named to the NCAA East Second All-Star Team. The next season, he led the league in goals scored, and was selected to the First All-Star Team. In CHRIS' final season with Boston University, he was not only named To the First All-Star Team, but was also the recipient of the Hobey Baker Award as the top U.S. collegiate player. DRURY had been drafted by the Quebec Nordiques in 1994, and was called up to the parent club, now relocated to Colorado, in 1998-99. CHRIS had a strong season, scoring 20 goals and 24 assists for 44 points, and was selected as the NHL's top rookie, winning the CALDER TROPHY for 1998-99. Ottawa's Marian Hossa was the runner-up.



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