February 16, 1975 |
Deloraine, MB, CAN
|Height||5 ft 9 in (175 cm)|
|Weight||180 lb (82 kg; 12 st 12 lb)|
|Played for||Calgary Flames
Los Angeles Kings
|NHL Draft||96th overall, 1993
Marty Murray (born February 16, 1975) is a Canadian former professional ice hockey centre who played eight seasons in the National Hockey League (NHL) for the Calgary Flames, Philadelphia Flyers, Carolina Hurricanes and Los Angeles Kings. He is currently the head coach of the Minot Minotauros.
Murray was drafted 96th overall by the Calgary Flames in the 1993 NHL Entry Draft from the Western Hockey League's Brandon Wheat Kings and joined the Flames organization in 1995. He spent three seasons dividing his time between the Calgary Flames and the Saint John Flames in the AHL, playing 19 NHL games. Murray then spent two seasons playing in Europe, in 1998 he played in the Austrian Hockey League for VSV EC and then moved to Germany's Deutsche Eishockey Liga for the Kölner Haie. He then returned to Calgary in 2000, but played only seven games as he spent most of the season with Saint John.
Murray signed with the Philadelphia Flyers in 2001 where he received a lot more ice time spending almost two full seasons with the team. He was traded to the Carolina Hurricanes in 2003, spending one season with the team. After the NHL lockout, Murray returned to Germany, spending one season with the Hannover Scorpions. Murray then re-signed with Philadelphia but remained with their AHL affiliate the Philadelphia Phantoms and was eventually claimed off waivers by the Los Angeles Kings, splitting his spell between LA and the Manchester Monarchs. Murray then signed for Swiss Nationalliga A side HC Lugano in 2007. The following year he rejoined the Monarchs for a single season prior to signing a contract with the Manitoba Moose the year after that.
- Selected by the Calgary Flames in the 4th round 96th overall during the 1993 NHL Entry Draft.
- Signed as a free agent by the Philadelphia Flyers, July 9, 2001.
- Traded to the Carolina Hurricanes by Philadelphia for a 2004 6th round draft pick (Frederik Cabana), June 22, 2003.
- Signed as a free agent by the Philadelphia Flyers, June 15, 2006.
- Claimed off recall waivers by the Los Angeles Kings on November 11, 2006.
- Signed to a one-year contract with the Manchester Monarchs on August 11, 2008.
- Signed as a free agent by the Manitoba Moose on August 17, 2009.
- Loaned to the Milwaukee Admirals by Manitoba in return for the loan of Peter Olvecky, on March 10, 2010.
- Canadian Major Junior Second All-Star Team (1994)
- WHL East First All-Star Team (1994, 1995)
- Best Forward - World Junior Championships (1995)
- World Junior Championships First All-Star Team (1995)
- AHL Canadian All-Star team (1996)
- AHL All-Star Rookie of the Game (1996)
Regular season and playoffs
|1991–92||Brandon Wheat Kings||WHL||68||20||36||56||22||—||—||—||—||—|
|1992–93||Brandon Wheat Kings||WHL||67||29||65||94||50||4||1||3||4||0|
|1993–94||Brandon Wheat Kings||WHL||64||43||71||114||33||14||6||14||20||14|
|1994–95||Brandon Wheat Kings||WHL||65||40||88||128||53||18||9||20||29||16|
|1995–96||Saint John Flames||AHL||58||25||31||56||20||14||2||4||6||4|
|1996–97||Saint John Flames||AHL||67||19||39||58||40||5||2||3||5||4|
|1997–98||Saint John Flames||AHL||41||10||30||40||16||21||10||10||20||12|
|2000–01||Saint John Flames||AHL||56||24||52||76||36||19||4||16||20||18|
|2006–07||Los Angeles Kings||NHL||19||0||2||2||4||—||—||—||—||—|
|Junior int'l totals||14||7||12||19||0|
|Senior int'l totals||5||1||3||4||2|
- Career statistics and player information from NHL.com, or Hockey-Reference.com, or The Internet Hockey Database
|Winner of the WHL Four Broncos Memorial Trophy