Rangers center Chris Drury to miss four weeks with broken finger

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The New York Rangers will be without center Chris Drury for the next four weeks after he sustained a broken finger during a training camp scrimmage Monday.

Reports indicate the 34-year-old attempted to block a shot in practice, causing the break.

Last season Drury struggled with 14 goals and 32 points in 77 games, easily the worst offensive season of his career. Drury has been with the Rangers for the past three seasons, but was originally drafted by the Quebec Nordiques in the third round (72nd overall) of the 1994 NHL draft.


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