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Head Coach

Phone: (518) ***-****  HQ Phone
Phantoms Hockey LLC
One Civic Center Plaza
Glens Falls, New York 12801
United States

Company Description: is the official Web site of The Adirondack Phantoms. The Adirondack Phantoms and are trademarks of Phantoms Hockey, LLC.

Employment History

  • Coach
  • Head Coach
  • Assistant Coach
  • Scout
  • Head Coach
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Phantoms Hockey - The Official Web Site, 23 Oct 2013 [cached]
Terry Murray Head Coach
While admitting that the game's intensity ..., 29 Sept 2014 [cached]
While admitting that the game's intensity was at a low level, Phantoms coach Terry Murray was happy with what he saw on the ice as players jockey for position in the Flyers organization. Murray is also among the fans of the facilities and what they bring to his players and the fans alike.
"This is an amazing facility. Everything from the locker room to the weight room and the medical facilities for the players are top-notch, it's beautiful," reported Murray.
A long, fallow stretch of 2011-12 ..., 15 Oct 2014 [cached]
A long, fallow stretch of 2011-12 got coach Terry Murray fired and brought in Darryl Sutter, but the Kings still didnt respond until they traded Jack Johnson to Columbus for Jeff Carter at the end of February.
PHILADELPHIA FLYERS: ..., 16 Sept 2014 [cached]
PHILADELPHIA FLYERS: Murray gets glimpse of Phantoms
VOORHEES, N.J. While some 1,000 early-exit workers and last-class school skippers jammed the Skate Zone Tuesday to get a long-awaited taste of at least some version of real hockey, Terry Murray was getting a first-hand glimpse of his Phantoms teams anticipated rebirth.
His opportunity came in the annual rookie training camp prospects game, with the Young Flyers beating the Young Capitals 3-0.
From Anthony Stolarz in goal for a half-credit shutout to defensive scoring threat Shayne Gostisbehere flying around the ice, Murray, the long-time Flyers coach entering his third season as head coach of the AHL-affiliate Phantoms, had plenty to be excited about looking toward the Phantoms first season in the new PPL Center in the Allentown area.
It was just a good team game, Murray said. I really liked the play and intensity that everybody showed through the 60 minutes.
But the game was barely a few minutes old when Murray and the rest of the spectators saw a flash of the future that would be popular with everyone.
That got Murray and every other spectator into the game.
For him to jump in like that, I like that, Murray said.
For all his years behind a bench, Murray seems a wee bit excited about the prospect of coaching that top Flyers prospect this season. hen he gets the puck on his stick he wants to do something with it, Murray said of Gostisbehere. He wants to attack, and thats an attitude thats very difficult to teach. Thats an instinctive part of the game for him and I want to encourage it.
The Ghost is only 21, and while no one is denying he might be NHL ready, they all agree that a year of professional seasoning in the AHL is the best route to take.
With 39-year-old veteran Kimmo Timonen who played in the Flyers annual charity golf tournament Tuesday but waved off any interviews prior to tee time possibly calling it a career soon, itll be up to Murray to oversee Gostisbeheres presumably expedited development.
But Murray added Gostisbehere has a ways to go to learn the other part of the game.
Adirondack Phantoms - The Official Web Site, 28 June 2012 [cached]
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.
"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.
"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.
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).
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