Hockey Gods



Uploaded By: PRESIDENT on September 9th, 2016

Allan Haines Murray - Born November 10, 1906 in Stratford, Ontario – Died January 7, 1982 in Stratford, Ontario was a professional ice Hockey defenceman.

Murray played his minor and junior Hockey in Stratford, and played with the Stratford Midgets in the 1925-26 season and then with the senior South Porcupine team in the Mining League from 1926 to the 1928 Northern Ontario Senior Playoffs.

The Buffalo Bisons signed Murray as a free agent in 1928 and he played five seasons for them until 1933.

In 1933 Murray was traded to the New York Americans. After a short stay with the Syracuse Stars he was called up to the Americans where he stayed for seven seasons. Murray was a defensive defenceman who only scored 5 goals and 9 assists in his 271 game NHL career.

After Murray retired, he had three head coaching jobs - with the San Francisco Shamrocks in 1946-47, Galt Black Hawks in 1953-54 and with the Springfield Indians in 1965-66.


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