CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Sophomore forward Jack Drury (Vaxjo Lakers) signed a professional contract this past week, forgoing his remaining eligibility at Harvard.
Drury, who was born in New York City, signed a professional contract with the Vaxjo Lakers of the Swedish Hockey League after a fantastic sophomore season. Drury was a Second Team All-ECAC Hockey and All-Ivy selection after notching 39 points in 2019-20, including a team high 20 goals on the year.
Drury was No. 4 in the nation with 1.39 points per game and was a key cog in Harvard’s nation-leading power play unit (31.2%), scoring 11 power play goals (No. 3, NCAA) on the year. An ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team honoree, Drury finishes his Harvard career with 63 points (29 goals, 34 assists) in 60 games played.