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Terry Murray

Head Coach

Phantoms Hockey LLC

HQ Phone: (610) 224-4625

Phantoms Hockey LLC

701 Hamilton St

Allentown, Pennsylvania 18101

United States

Company Description

The Phantoms improved to 5-0 against the Crunch this year and closed to within three points of them in the East Division standings. Mike Testwuide had his first professional multi-goal game with his 3rd and 4th goals of the year in the first period. Den... more

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Phantoms Hockey - The Official Web Site

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Terry Murray Head Coach


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They came out and took advantage of a couple of turnovers, we had the puck and mismanaged it on the first one and on the second one, we get caught standing at the offensive blue line and it's two-nothing," said coach Terry Murray.

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He means a lot to us, obviously, he's our top point guy and certainly on the power play, he's been very effective, but we're not going to go there, as far as an excuse," said Murray.
PHANTOM FACTS: Center Blair Jones served a one-game suspension for an illegal check to the head of an opponent. Murray wasn't happy about the decision.


Terry Murray and Brayden Schenn ...

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Terry Murray and Brayden Schenn both have recent ties with the Kings and know many of their players.

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Coach Murray was especially pleased with Adirondack's penalty kill that held Albany to 0-for-7 and kept Adirondack right there for the comeback attempt.
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Coach Murray has emphasized that scoring the first goal in any game is crucial.
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Welcome Head Coach Terry Murray
The new head coach for the Adirondack Phantoms is NHL veteran mentor Terry Murray. No coach in the history of the AHL has ever had more experience than Murray who has been at the bench for 1,012 NHL regular season games with Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Washington and Florida. He has posted a career record of 499-383-89-41 for a points percentage of .557 and is 19th all-time in NHL history in regular season games coached and is 18th all-time in total wins.
Murray returns to the Flyers organization for his third tour of duty as a coach. He most recently worked in the Los Angeles Kings organization, where he was the head coach from the start of the 2008-09 season through December 2011. Prior to joining the Kings, Murray was a Flyers assistant coach for four seasons from 2003-2008, working first under Ken Hitchcock and later under John Stevens.


Adirondack Phantoms - The Official Web Site

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Terry Murray Named Head Coach

June 29, 2012
The Philadelphia Flyers announced today that they have named Terry Murray the head coach of the Adirondack Phantoms, according to general manager Paul Holmgren.
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"Terry brings a wealth of knowledge and experience, is an excellent teacher and a strong believer in the development process of young players."
"Terry has a long and successful history of winning and developing players," added Phantoms President Jim Brooks.
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"I really appreciate the opportunity to come back to the Flyers organization and I'm really looking forward to the challenge that's out there of coaching the Phantoms," Murray said. "The youth playing down in the American Hockey League is a real important part of the organization. I'm looking forward to the challenge of getting back into the playoffs and helping these young players develop and become NHL players as quickly as possible."
Murray, 61, returns to the Flyers organization for his third tour of duty as a coach. He most recently worked in the Los Angeles Kings organization, where he was the head coach from the start of the 2008-09 season through December 2011. Prior to joining the Kings, Murray was an assistant coach for four seasons from 2003-2008, working first under Ken Hitchcock and later under John Stevens.
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Murray was the head coach of the Flyers for three seasons from 1994 through 1997, leading the Flyers to the 1997 Stanley Cup Final. He posted a record of 118-64-30 in 212 games behind the bench in Philadelphia.
In addition to his time with the Kings and Flyers, Murray has also served as the head coach of the Florida Panthers (1998-2001) and the Washington Capitals (1989-1994). He has coached 1,012 NHL games during his career, posting a record of 499-383-89-41 for a points percentage of .557. He has led his club to a playoff appearance in 10 of his 15 seasons as an NHL head coach.
Murray began his coaching career in 1983 as an assistant with the Capitals. After five seasons in that role, he earned his first head coaching job with Washington's American Hockey League affiliate, the Baltimore Skipjacks. He coached the club for 125 games over parts of two seasons from 1988-1990 before being promoted to the Capitals head job halfway through the 1989-90 season.
As a player, Murray appeared in 302 NHL games over parts of eight seasons from 1972 to 1982. He played 115 games for the Flyers and also saw action with the California Golden Seals, Detroit Red Wings, and the Capitals. He also recorded 196 points in 363 AHL games during his playing career. Most of his AHL playing time was spent in the Flyers organization with their affiliates in Richmond (1975-76) and Maine (1977-80).


Former Kings coach Murray to ...

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Former Kings coach Murray to guide Flyers' AHL team

Philadelphia, PA (Sports Network) - The Philadelphia Flyers named Terry Murray head coach of the Adirondack Phantoms, their American Hockey League affiliate, on Friday.
The 61-year-old Murray, who was the head coach of the Los Angeles Kings at the start of the 2011-12 season, was fired in December.
Murray coached the Flyers from 1994-97, leading them to the 1997 Stanley Cup Finals, and served as a Flyers' assistant from 2003-2008.
"I really appreciate the opportunity to come back to the Flyers organization and I'm really looking forward to the challenge that's out there of coaching the Phantoms," Murray said. "The youth playing down in the American Hockey League is a real important part of the organization. I'm looking forward to the challenge of getting back into the playoffs and helping these young players develop and become NHL players as quickly as possible."
Murray was also head coach of the Washington Capitals (1989-94) and the Florida Panthers (1998-2001).

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