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Chris Drury

Born:August 20, 1976Draft:1994 Nordiques 72nd Overall
Hometown:Trumbull, ConnecticutPosition:Center
Known For:First Player to Win Hobey Baker Award and Calder TrophyShoots:Right
National Team:United StatesCurrent Team:New York Rangers (GM)

Christopher Ellis Drury (born August 20, 1976) is an American professional ice hockey executive and former player. He serves as the president and general manager for the New York Rangers and as the general manager of their American Hockey League (AHL) affiliate, the Hartford Wolf Pack. On May 5, 2021, he was named GM and President for the New York Rangers.

Drury is a Hobey Baker Award-winner with Boston University, a Calder Memorial Trophy winner with the Colorado Avalanche, a Stanley Cup champion with the Avalanche, a two-time Olympic silver medalist with the United States and a former captain of the Buffalo Sabres and New York Rangers. As a child, he also won the Little League Baseball World Series Championship with his hometown team from Trumbull, Connecticut.

Chris Drury, New York Rangers
Chris Drury, seen here with the New York Rangers (THW Media Archives)

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Staff History

  • NHL New York Rangers (Director of Player Development) 2015-2016
  • World Championship Team USA (Asst. General Manager) 2016, 2017
  • NHL New York Rangers (Asst. General Manager) 2016-2021
  • AHL Hartford Wolf Pack (General Manager) 2017-2021
  • World Championship Team USA (General Manager) 2019, 2021
  • NHL New York Rangers (General Manager | President of Hockey Ops) 2021-present


  • NCAA National Champion (1995)
  • All-Hockey East All-Star Team (1996, 1997, 1998)
  • AHCA Second Team All-America (1996)
  • AHCA First Team All-America (1997, 1998)
  • Hobey Baker Award Winner (1998)
  • NHL All-Rookie Team (1999)
  • Calder Memorial Trophy (1999)
  • Stanley Cup Winner (2001)
  • Olympic Silver Medal (2002, 2010)
  • IIHF World Championships Bronze Medal (2004)
  • Boston University’s All-Time Leader in Goals (113)
  • Only Boston University Player with 100 Goals and 100 Assists
  • First Player to Win Hobey Baker Award and Calder Memorial Trophy