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Pro Sports Daily:
The Montreal Canadiens have reached an agreement in principle with free agent defenceman Douglas Murray on a one-year contract.
The 33-year-old Swede split last season between the San Jose Sharks and Pittsburgh Penguins scoring one goal and adding five assists in 43 games.
In eight NHL seasons with the Sharks and Penguins Murray has registered seven goals and 55 assists.
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from Annie Fowler of the Tri-City Herald,
Pucks were ringing off the boards Wednesday morning at Toyota Arena. They don’t have the same musical tone as wedding bells, but by week’s end, Montreal Canadiens goaltender Carey Price will have heard them both.
It’s a busy week for Price, who will marry Kennewick native Angela Webber on Saturday, then leave Sunday for the...
Former Montreal Canadiens player and head coach Mario Tremblay is facing drunk-driving charges.
The five-time Stanley Cup champion was arrested for impaired driving and refusing to take a breathalyzer test back in January in Mascouche Que. Tremblay plead not guilty to the charge on June 18 reports TVA Sports.
According to the charge filed against Tremblay of which QMI Agency obtained...
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Former Penguins defenseman Douglas Murray has finally found a new home. Murray, also known as “Crankshaft,” signed a one-year deal with the Montreal Canadiens worth $1.5 million. The 33 year-old became an unrestricted free agent on July 5th after spending last season with the San Jose Sharks and Penguins. In 15 postseason games with Pittsburgh...
The Montreal Canadiens have added more depth to their blue line today, signing Douglas Murray to a one year deal worth $1.5M. Murray was selected in the 8th round, 241st overall, by the San Jose Sharks at the 1999 NHL Entry Draft. The 33 year old defenseman split last season between Pittsburgh and San Jose, scoring one goal and five assists. [...]
It’s August which means the pool of news in the NHL is fairly shallow. While some would say this gives us a chance to focus on other sports, I say that each passing day is simply one day closer to the start of hockey season. This makes it somewhat refreshing when someone gives us a blog-worthy story to fill up our pool and for us to dive on in without fear of injury or death.