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Right Winger

Colgate
 
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Employment History

Education

  • Colgate University
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Carr's goal came on a shot ...
www.lakeplacidnews.com, 24 Mar 2014 [cached]
Carr's goal came on a shot from the right faceoff circle just nine seconds after Colgate's Darcy Murphy went to the penalty box on a high-sticking call.
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With Finn pulled from the nets, the Raiders scored again when Murphy buried a shot with 2:46 remaining to make it a 4-2 contest. But Colgate, which advanced to the title game following a dramatic 3-2 double-overtime win over Quinnipiac Friday, saw its last glimmers of hopes disappear when Union's Max Novak scored the game's final goal when he slid a puck into an empty net with 2:13 left in the game.
But classmate Darcy Murphy ...
www.uscho.com, 19 Mar 2014 [cached]
But classmate Darcy Murphy led Colgate with 18 goals after a productive freshman year and isn't afraid to get physical in the corners, according to Vaughan.
Colgate right winger ...
www.dailygazette.com, 12 Nov 2013 [cached]
Colgate right winger Darcy Murphy was credited with a hat trick in Friday's 5-3 Raiders' win over Union at Messa Rink. The third goal came on an empty-net tally with under 20 seconds left in the game. Everyone surrounded Murphy near the penalty box, and a Colgate fan threw a hat on the ice.
Turns out that Murphy didn't score the empty-netter. On Saturday, the goal was changed to Tylor Spink, which gave him two on the night. Murphy was given an assist.
Darcy Murphy Ontario ...
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Darcy Murphy Ontario Junior A Hockey League | MURPHY NAMED MOST IMPROVED PLAYER | Pointstreak Sites
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MURPHY NAMED MOST IMPROVED PLAYER Share on Mar 08, 2012
The Ontario Junior Hockey League today announced that Darcy Murphy (photo credit - Brian Watts/OJHL Images) of the Wellington Dukes has been named the 2011-12 winner of the Coach Canada Most Improved Player Award.
The third year forward has seen a significant improvement from year-to-year in his on-ice performance. After recording seven goals and nineteen points as a 17-year old rookie, split between the Trenton Golden Hawks and Wellington Dukes, Murphy would more than double his totals last season, finishing with 14 goals and 41 points. The Marysville, Ontario native then joined the league's elite talent this season, more than tripling his goal total to 52 goals, and doubling his point total to 86 points.
Tied for 115th overall in the OJHL scoring race last season, Murphy's 86 points was the league's second best total this season. Even more impressive, last season's total of 14 goals tied Murphy for 145th overall in the OJHL, while this season the super sniper was the goal scoring champion as the only player to hit the magical 50 goal milestone, finishing the year with 52 goals. Murphy was one of the Dukes leaders this season and a key member of the OJHL's fourth best power play unit, notching 16 power play goals, the second best total in the league, while accounting for almost a quarter of the club's power play goal total. Also tying for the league lead with eight game-winning goals, he proved to be more than just a goal scorer by finishing second on the Dukes with 34 assists.
The OJHL's South-East Conference Gongshow Gear Player-of-the-Month after recording 29 points in 10 games during October, Murphy was a member of the East Division All-Stars at the Central Canada Cup All-Star Challenge that was held in Smiths Falls, Ontario and was named an OJHL 1st Team All-Star following the season. Recently, Murphy would accept an offer to attend Colgate University beginning with the 2013-14 ECAC season.
The OJHL Most Improved Player Award is awarded annually to the player adjudged to have shown the greatest improvement in his on-ice performance from the previous OJHL regular season(s).
Chris Porter, alternate captain of the Stouffville Spirit, was runner-up in the OJHL award balloting to Murphy.
Darcy Murphy Ontario ...
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Darcy Murphy Ontario Junior A Hockey League | MURPHY NAMED S-E PLAYER-OF-THE-MONTH | Pointstreak Sites
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MURPHY NAMED S-E PLAYER-OF-THE-MONTH Share on Nov 04, 2011
The OJHL announced today that Wellington Dukes' forward Darcy Murphy(photo credit - Brian Watts/OJHL) has been named the Gongshow Gear South-East Conference Player-of-the-Month after dominating play throughout the month of October, recording 18 goals and 29 points during 10 games played.
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When informed of his selection as Player-of-the-Month, Murphy was quick to credit his teammates, "My linemates Cam Yuill and Jeff Stanton have been great to play with and they deserve a lot of credit for our month of October and our lines success. It is great to be recognized as the Gongshow Gear South-East Conference Player-of-the-Month."
Dukes General Manager and Head Coach Marty Abrams was quick to praise his star forward's recent play, "Darcy has been a determined leader from the start of training camp.
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Darcy is a big reason for our success in the month of October."
Adrian Ignagni of the St. Michael's Buzzers, the September Player-of-the-Month, was runner-up to Murphy as the South-East Conference Player-of-the-Month.
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Born on September 24, 1992 and a native of Marysville, Ontario, Darcy Murphy finished out his minor hockey career with the midget Quinte 'AAA' Red Devils.
Murphy made the jump to junior hockey in 2009-10, joining the nearby Trenton Golden Hawks.
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Last season, Murphy became one of the leaders on the club, finishing fifth in scoring with 41 points, while helping lead the team to a South-East Conference regular season title. He then took his game to the next level in the playoffs, finishing ninth among all players with 9 goals and 20 points to help the Dukes capture the OJHL Championship, and another 3 points as they captured the Dudley-Hewitt Cup to earn a berth at the RBC Cup. During the national championship, Murphy would record another three points, including the game winner during a 6-3 victory over Portage to clinch a berth in the semi-final game.
Murphy also excels off the ice and this past summer was member of the Belleville Bulls ball hockey squad that captured the Canadian Junior National Under-19 Championship in Saskatoon. Murphy would not only tie for the tournament scoring lead in helping the Bulls clinch a victory, but he was named both Most Valuable Forward and Most Valuable Player in the process.
Entering this season with high expectations, Darcy Murphy has not disappointed, dominating play on the ice virtually each and every game that he has played to lead the OJHL in scoring. Murphy's play will warrant serious consideration by numerous schools as he looks to gain a collegiate scholarship in the near future.
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