Middle-six forward with a strong defensive game and offensive upside.
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March 2022 – Drury is having a productive AHL campaign this year, with 17 goals and 22 assists in 52 games played. He’s even managed two goals in two NHL games this year. Drury has been added in a number of leagues this year due to the small sample size of success when he was called up. He’s worth a stash on your farm if still available. Alex Wyatt
May 2021 – Jack Drury was awesome all year in the SHL, one of Vaxjo’s best players in throughout the year and he just missed out on SHL rookie of the year honours. Drury had 10 goals and 20 assists in 41 regular season games but it was his playoff performance that really stood out. In 14 playoff games he scored five goals and added six assists, helping his team capture an SHL title. Austin Broad
January 2021 – When Harvard announced that they wouldn’t be playing this year in the ECAC, Drury headed to Sweden to play for Vaxjo. So far, he has been very solid, tallying 20 points in 31 games in the SHL. Don’t be surprised to see him in Chicago next year full time when the season starts up. Jack LeGwin
February 2020 – Drury has taken a step forward this year offensively, tallying 32 points in 24 games for a pace of 1.3 points per game for a talented Harvard team in the NCAA. He is great in the face-off circle and has improved his goal scoring touch, which is on pace to more than double his freshman output of nine goals. He played a key role on the Team USA World Junior roster as well. He is good in his own end and might end up returning next year to Harvard with an eye on heading to Charlotte after his junior year, if he does not leave after this season. Jack LeGwin
June 2019 – Drury completed a successful first season with the Harvard Crimson as the pivot was among the top 20 freshman scorers in college hockey during the 2018-19 campaign. His 24 points were fourth among Harvard players, and his 371 face-off wins eclipsed any roster player by more than 100. The second round pick is likely to be deployed as a middle-six forward with plenty of defensive responsibilty. The next couple seasons in Cambridge will be key to his offensive development as his opportunities increase. Kevin LeBlanc
June 2018 – The Carolina Hurricanes have selected Jack Drury from the USHL’s Waterloo Black Hawks, 42nd overall in the 2018 NHL Entry Draft. Kevin LeBlanc