Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 37. Chapters: Beau Erickson, Ben Smith (ice hockey b. 1988), Brian Farrell (ice hockey), Brian Sullivan (ice hockey), Caitlin Cahow, Cam Atkinson, Chris Clark (ice hockey), Chris Corrinet, Chris Drury, Chris Winnes, Colin McDonald (ice hockey), Colin Wilson (ice hockey), Craig Janney, Dick Bittner, Doug Friedman, Eric Boguniecki, Franklin Farrel, Frank Beisler, Gregg Johnson, Gretchen Ulion, Helen Resor (ice hockey), Jaime Sifers, Jamie Carroll, Jared DeMichiel, Jonathan Quick, Julie Chu, Justin Duberman, Kevin Colley, Kevin Shattenkirk, Mark Arcobello, Marquis Mathieu, Matt DelGuidice, Matt Generous, Matt Hussey, Matt Martin (ice hockey b. 1971), Maurice Roberts, Max Pacioretty, Michael Cichy, Nick Bonino, Nick Johnson (ice hockey b. 1986), Pete Zingoni, Phil Esposito (ice hockey b. 1970), Robert McVey, Ron Hainsey, Ryan Shannon, Scott Horvath, Scott Lachance, Sean Backman, Sue Merz. Excerpt: Christopher Ellis Drury (born August 20, 1976) is a retired American professional ice hockey player. Drury is a Hobey Baker Award-winner with Boston University, a Calder 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. He is sometimes known by the nickname qMcDrury.q Drury excelled at a variety of sports as a child, including hockey and baseball. Playing for his hometown baseball team from Trumbull, Drury pitched a complete game, 5-hitter and drove in two runs to win the 1989 Little League World Series championship game against Chinese Taipei. Two months later, Drury threw out the ceremonial first pitch in Game 2 of the 1989 World Series. He also met...Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.
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