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For all his attributes, it's how he sees a play developing that makes the center transcendent. Says winger Colby Armstrong, "He tells me I was open. I tell him I wasn't. I look at the film, and he's right."
No butterflies in this stomach. Drury's ethereal calm when the game is on the line helps explain why the eight-year veteran has so many clutch goals--including 15 game-winners--in the Stanley Cup playoffs.
No contest. His shot hit 100 mph in the All-Star skills competition, and no one's slapper is more lethal in games than Souray's. His 19 power-play goals last season set a record for defensemen.
They don't call him the Boogey Man for nothing. His single-blow KOs are legend, and there are few players left who will even fight him. The reach of the 6' 7" 270-pounder is as scary as his power.
The thick-thighed, 6' 2", 220-pound winger has astonishing balance: Once last season he cut a turn so tightly while carrying the puck that the rivets fastening the blade to his boot popped loose.