Chris Drury Remains Only Active NHL Player in Beanpot Hall of Fame

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February 15, 2011

The Beanpot Hall of Fame is littered with names that NHL fans would recognize in heartbeat. Players like Tony Amonte, Joe Mullen and Bob Sweeney have been enshrined into the tournament's hall. Only one Hall of Famer, however, still makes a living playing in the NHL.

The Four's Question of the Day for Tuesday's game asked fans who was the only active NHL player in the Beanpot Hall of Fame. The answer? Chris Drury, of course.

Drury, Boston University's all-time leading goal scorer was inducted into the Beanpot Hall of Fame in 2009. The Terriers won the Beanpot in each of Drury's four years with BU. The current Rangers center also won the Hobey Baker Award as a senior.

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