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January 28, 1990 | WILLIAM GILDEA, WASHINGTON POST
Now he watches the Washington Capitals on television. His wife goes to a Capital game and he stays home. He's taken up light jogging. He works on his car. He's thinking about painting his house. "I've got plenty of time," said Bryan Murray, sipping morning coffee in his living room.
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November 12, 2011 | By Lisa Dillman, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer
If there was a way for Kings Coach Terry Murray to slip completely under the radar — perhaps looking for a subterranean route? — you can be sure he would try to find it. A line buried in the press notes about his 1,000th game behind the bench would probably suit him just fine. Not an entire page of notes, questions from the media and public acknowledgment before Saturday's puck drop against the Minnesota Wild. Call him refreshingly old school, light on ego and heavy on results.
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May 26, 2001 | CHRIS FOSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Bryan Murray watched the Mighty Ducks play a late-season game against Toronto and came away with an impression of a team with potential. If that's true, that potential now rests in his hands. Murray was hired as the Ducks' coach Friday, taking over a team that scraped bottom last season, finishing last in the Western Conference. He signed a multiyear deal, terms of which were not released.
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May 28, 2007 | David Wharton, Times Staff Writer
A number of thoughts crossed Bryan Murray's mind as the Ottawa Senators' bus pulled up to the Honda Center on Sunday afternoon. Three years had passed since Murray left the Ducks' organization to coach the Senators and, by a quirk in NHL scheduling, this was his first time back in Anaheim.
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May 26, 2001 | CHRIS FOSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Bryan Murray watched the Mighty Ducks play a late-season game against Toronto and came away with an impression of a team with potential. If that's true, that potential now rests in his hands. Murray was hired as the Ducks' coach Friday, taking over a team that scraped bottom last season, finishing last in the Western Conference. He signed a multi-year deal, terms of which were not released.
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May 27, 1993 | From Staff and Wire Reports
After three seasons with the Red Wings and 10 years as an NHL coach, Bryan Murray will concentrate solely on Detroit's general manager duties.
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May 15, 1988
The Washington Capitals announced that Coach Bryan Murray will return next season to fulfill the final year of his contract.
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January 26, 1993 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Bryan Murray, Detroit Red Wing coach, was suspended 10 games for allowing players to leave the penalty box to join a fight. The suspension is usually five games, but Murray's was doubled because he also violated the rule last season. The NHL might change the rule because coaches can't restrain players from across the ice.
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January 16, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
Bryan Murray, who had the longest tenure of any current coach in the NHL, was fired Monday by the Washington Capitals and replaced by his brother, Terry Murray. Capital General Manager David Poile said there was a long pause on the telephone when he offered the job to Terry Murray. "I'm sure he was hoping for a better time or better circumstances for when he was going to get the job," Poile said.
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February 11, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Bryan Murray, coach of the Norris Division-leading Detroit Red Wings, was suspended for five games Monday by the NHL for failing to control a player. Murray was punished because one of his players, defenseman Yves Racine, left the penalty box to continue an altercation in the Wings' 5-5 tie with the New York Rangers Sunday. Racine was suspended without pay for 10 games.
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January 19, 2006 | Helene Elliott, Times Staff Writer
Bryan Murray didn't know what would happen if he stayed as general manager of the Mighty Ducks, whether he'd be free to continue the course that had carried them to within a victory of winning the Stanley Cup in 2003 or whether he'd have to compromise his vision. But he knew this much: His father Clarence was ill and his mother Rhoda was trying to cope far away, near Ottawa, and he felt a tug to be near them. He didn't plan to bail out on the Ducks.
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December 3, 2005 | Chris Foster, Times Staff Writer
The pile of bodies behind the net at game's end Friday might as well have carried a sign: Sean Avery was here. Although a game misconduct and unsportsmanlike penalty with 8:18 left meant that Avery was not around to see the final minutes of the Kings' 5-1 loss to Ottawa -- he was on the bus outside the Corel Center when the game ended -- he was again at the center of chaos.
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June 9, 2004 | Helene Elliott
Just when it seemed the folks at Disney had gotten serious about this hockey thing, when they got a real general manager in Bryan Murray and let him build a team that reached the Stanley Cup finals -- and then let him pad the payroll the next season to remain competitive -- they've once again turned the Mighty Ducks into Disney's California Misadventure.
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December 13, 2003 | Chris Foster, Times Staff Writer
Bryan Murray, the Mighty Ducks' general manager, said he would wait a few days while the Mike Comrie situation plays out in Edmonton. The Ducks have worked out a trade for Comrie, a 23-year-old forward, but it's is on hold. Edmonton General Manager Kevin Lowe is demanding an unprecedented $2.5-million payment from Comrie before agreeing to the trade. "It's disappointing," said Murray, who has said the Ducks will not get involved in the squabble. "But there is not much we can do.
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April 15, 2003 | Helene Elliott
If a hockey team improves dramatically from one season to the next but plays in a city west of Toronto and ends its games when Eastern-based TV stations are showing infomercials for miracle knives, does anybody hear it? Bryan Murray, general manager of the Mighty Ducks, knows word hasn't filtered through the NHL that his team has shed the trappings of failure. "Our time zone doesn't help," he said. "Even some of our friends who live in the East aren't able to stay up and watch our team play.
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May 3, 2002 | CHRIS FOSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Bryan Murray, the coach who held the Mighty Ducks together despite a disappointing season, was hired as the team's senior vice president and general manager Thursday. Murray, who will relinquish his coaching duties, has previously been general manager at Detroit and Florida. He replaces Pierre Gauthier, who was fired after four seasons.
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July 14, 1990
The Detroit Red Wings fired Jacques Demers as coach Friday and hired former Washington Capital coach Bryan Murray to be both coach and general manager. Murray, 47, had guided the Capitals to the playoffs in seven of his nine full seasons, but his team never advanced past the second round. He was fired and replaced by his younger brother, Terry, in January.
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December 3, 2005 | Chris Foster, Times Staff Writer
The pile of bodies behind the net at game's end Friday might as well have carried a sign: Sean Avery was here. Although a game misconduct and unsportsmanlike penalty with 8:18 left meant that Avery was not around to see the final minutes of the Kings' 5-1 loss to Ottawa -- he was on the bus outside the Corel Center when the game ended -- he was again at the center of chaos.
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December 27, 2001 | Lonnie White
Coach Bryan Murray has been associated with the NHL long enough to know that the Mighty Ducks have a long way to go before any opponent fears them. But Murray also understands that the Ducks have to start somewhere, and he believes their strong play before the league's Christmas break is a good opening step.
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November 30, 2001 | Chris Foster
The Mighty Ducks labor, and stress, each day, trying to keep the dam from bursting. One hole, though, continues to leak--their offense. The Ducks have scored 17 goals in their last 11 games. Coach Bryan Murray again has juggled his lines and tinkered with the power play, which has three goals in the last 56 opportunities. "The power play is suppose to be an advantage, not a disadvantage," Murray said. "It's supposed to be an advantage because you have that odd man that can create space."
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