"Of course, Drury has been a proven winner — elsewhere. But it's not working in New York, and frankly he's not working in New York. When the Rangers' forwards have restored the team's solid defensive play for stints this season, it has been behind the leadership of Naslund and others. Drury has proven nothing short of a liability — a very high-priced liability at that."
Geltzer adds that the Rangers should look to trade Drury at the deadline.
...wow, did Drury sleep with this guy's sister or something?
...while Drury has under-performed offensively this year with the Rangers, defensively and on the penalty kill he's outstanding and is the furthest thing from a liability. Now does that justify his huge salary. Hell no. But Drury, in my opinion, is more of a roll player. He's only scored over 30 goals once in his career with most of his goals being of the garbage variety not the dipsy-do brand. And this is why the blame goes back to Sather. To think that Drury and Gomez (a distributer not a scorer) were going to make up for the goal production lost by not re-signing Jagr, Shanahan and Straka was just foolish.