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Spittin Chiclets joke Chris Drury mistakens NHLer for beer leaguer

Published April 11, 2024 at 11:32
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Former NHLer Matt Murley heard a story about how now general manager Chris Drury of the Rangers thought he was a beer leaguer an a bartender. Former tough guy John Scott was also a guest on this episode of the Spittin Chiclets and told the story which had everyone in stitches.


Scott who played for the Rangers decided to bring Merley on an open skate to which Drury was complaining how Murley was defending him so well. Scott was quick to point out that he is an NHL or who played for the Phoenix Coyotes and the Pittsburgh Penguins during his career.

Hearing these stories and watching these former players discuss and laugh over then certainly gives the fan base more closeness to the league.


Murley was chosen by the Pittsburgh Penguins in 1999, in the second round 51st overall. He spent the bulk of his career in the AHL where his best year was with the San Antonio rampage where he played 76 games, scoring 21 goals and 41 assists for 62 points and was a + 20.
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