Murray has announced his retirement, Swedish paper Aftonbladet reports. Murray spent the first seven years of his NHL career playing with the San Jose Sharks before a midseason move to Pittsburgh in 2012-13 and a one-year stint with the Canadiens. In all, the 36-year-old saw action in 518 contests in which he was able to record seven goals and 57 assists. Selected in the eighth round of the 1999 NHL Draft, the blueliner will probably be best remembered for delivering bone-crushing hits to opponents.
Douglas Murray signed a professional tryout contract with the Flames on Monday, Roger Millions of Sportsnet reports.
Douglas Murray's tryout offer with the Flames was terminated Wednesday.
Douglas Murray agreed to a professional tryout offer with the Flames on Friday, Pat Steinberg of Sportsnet.ca reports.
Douglas Murray signed a contract with Kolner Haie of the German League on Tuesday.
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