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1970 NHL DRAFT PICK
Terry Murray
Selected in seventh round
No. 88 overall by Oakland Seals

Born July 20, 1950
Position: Defense
Height: 6-2   Weight: 190
BEFORE THE DRAFT
Last Team: Ottawa (OHA)                                 
Birthplace: Shawville, Quebec (Canada)
Hometown: Shawville, Quebec
PRE-DRAFT STATISTICS
Year TeamLeague GPG ATP PIM
1967-68 OttawaOHA53 04 459
1968-69 OttawaOHA 501 1617 39
1969-70 OttawaOHA 504 2428 43

PRE-DRAFT AWARDS AND HONORS
Miscellaneous:
Played for Pembroke Lumber Kings (Ontario Jr. A) before entering major junior.
NHL CAREER
Debut: October 14, 1972 (California at Pittsburgh)
Numbers:  26, 5 (Calif.); 25, 24 (Philadelphia); 4 (Detroit); 25 (Wash.)
Stanley Cup: Never won.  Playing Status: Retired 1982
CAREER NHL STATISTICS
YearsTeamsGPGATPPIM
1972-1982 CAL, PHI, DET, WAS302 47680 199
CAREER NHL PLAYOFF STATISTICS
YearsTeamsGPGATPPIM
1976-1981 Philadelphia18 224 10

NHL AWARDS AND HONORS
Stanley Cup Finals (Lost):
1976 (Philadelphia), 1997 (Philadelphia) (as coach)
Coaching Career: Named Washington assistant coach prior to 1982-83 season and remained in that position through 1987-88 season. ... Named Washington head coach on Jan. 15, 1990, and remained in that position until Jan. 27, 1994. ... Named Philadelphia head coach on June 23, 1994 and remained in that position until June 13, 1997. ... Named Florida head coach on June 21, 1998 and remained in that position until Dec. 28, 2000. ... Named Philadelphia assistant coach on Jan. 27, 2003.
Scouting career: Served as Philadelphia pro scout during 1997-98 season. ... Named Philadelphia pro scout prior to 2001-02 season and remained in that position until Jan. 27, 2003.
Miscellaneous: Finished his playing career with Washington when his brother was the team's head coach. ... Was part of NHL's first brother coaching combination as assistant at Washington in 1982-83.
NON-NHL CAREER
Post-Draft Teams: Providence, Baltimore, Boston (AHL); Oklahoma City (CHL); Salt Lake (WHL); Richmond (AHL); Philadelphia, Maine (AHL) 
NON-NHL AWARDS AND HONORS
AHL Calder Cup:
1978, 1979 (Maine)
CHL Adams Cup: 1975 (Salt Lake)
AHL Shore Trophy (Top Defenseman): 1977-78, 1978-79 (Maine)
AHL All-Star First Team: 1975-76 (Richmond), 1977-78 (Philadelphia-Maine), 1978-79 (Maine)
1971-72: Played nine regular-season games for Boston team that went on to win AHL regular-season title.
1974-75: Played on CHL regular-season champion (Salt Lake).
1977-78, 1978-79: Played on AHL regular-season champion (Maine).
Coaching Career: Named head coach of Baltimore (AHL) prior to 1988-89 season and remained in that position through Jan. 14, 1990. ... Named head coach of Cincinnati (IHL) on Feb. 18, 1994, and remained in that position until June 23, 1994. ... Served as Team USA head coach at 1999 World Championships.
Personal: Younger brother of longtime NHL coach and executive Bryan Murray. ... One of 10 children.
HOW HE GOT AWAY
FREE AGENCY: California did not offer Murray a contract for the 1975-76 season, and he signed with Philadelphia as a free agent on Sept. 23, 1975.

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SNAPSHOT '70
Total Selected: 115
Forwards: 66
Defense: 36
Goaltenders: 12
Position n/a: 1
Major Junior: 87
College Players: 18
Canadian: 109
Euro-Canadian: 0
USA Citizens: 6
U.S.-Born: 6
European: 0
Reached NHL: 60
Won Stanley Cup: 7
Hall of Fame: 3
All-Star Game: 11
Year-end All-Star: 4
Olympians: 2
Picks Traded: 13
 
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