Drury elected to U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame


Former Sabre Chris Drury has been elected to the United States Hockey Hall of Fame. Ron DeGregorio, Angela Ruggiero and Matheiu Schneider were among the rest of the class selected this year.

Drury played 12 seasons in the NHL, including three with Buffalo. The former Sabres’ captain scored 189 points (85 G, 104 A) in 234 games with the Sabres. 

Also, Bucky Gleason tweeted earlier today: “Joe Battista, Sabres VP of hockey related biz, has resigned. Some say he’s returning to Pa. to start business. Other suggest he was pushed.”

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