Rangers captain Drury out 4 weeks (finger

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Rangers captain Drury out 4 weeks (finger

NEW YORK (AP) — Rangers captain Chris Drury is out for four
weeks because of a broken left index finger.

The 34-year-old center was injured while blocking a shot Monday
during a scrimmage. Drury will likely be sidelined the entire
preseason and at least the regular-season opener at Buffalo on
Oct. 9.

“It’s a tough break for him,” Rangers coach John Tortorella
said. “He’s a big part of our club as far as what he brings on
and off the ice.”

Drury had 14 goals and 32 points in 77 games with the Rangers
last season, his third with New York and second as captain. He
sat out five games because of a concussion sustained on Nov. 7
when he was hit in the head by the shoulder of Calgary forward
Curtis Glencross.

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