The Flyers named Terry Murray coach of their AHL affiliate, the Adirondack Phantoms, on Friday.
Murray, 61, was fired in December by the Los Angeles Kings, who went on to win the Stanley Cup under the direction of Darryl Sutter. Murray was coach of the Flyers from 1994-1997, leading Philadelphia to the Stanley Cup final in the latter. He was 118-64-30 in 212 games for the Flyers.
Murray was also coach of the Florida Panthers (1998-2001) and the Washington Capitals (1989-1994).
The Kings, who went 16-4 in the postseason, will still give Murray a championship ring, and Sutter rented Murray's house in Manhattan Beach after taking the job.
''We feel very fortunate to be able to bring Terry back to the Flyers organization,'' general manager Paul Holmgren said. ''Terry brings a wealth of knowledge and experience, is an excellent teacher and a strong believer in the development process of young players.''