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New England hockey: Harvard's Jack Drury quick on draw

6 monthes ago   |   By Boston Herald

An oft-overlooked hockey statistic is success in the faceoff circle. Harvard, led by clever sophomore center Jack Badini , ranks fifth in the nation at 54.7 percent on faceoffs. Badini is second in the country at 70.1 percent , and the Crimson have been bolstered by the addition of freshman Jack Drury , who is at 58.9 percent .
Drury, who helped the U.S. capture silver at the recent world junior tournament, scored the game-winner in Saturday's 2-1 road upset of No. 6 Quinnipiac.
“I get great help form the leaders on the team,” Drury said. “Those guys help me out a lot. It's something we...
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