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52-21-9 113
52-24-6 110
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2023 Goaltending

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Regular Season 1 0 0 0.00 1.000 1

Top Matthew Murray News

  • Stars' Matt Murray: Recalled from AHL

    The Stars called up Murray from AHL Texas on Saturday.

    Murray will be the Stars' emergency third goaltender in the playoffs, as Jake Oettinger and Scott Wedgewood are ahead of him on the depth chart. Murray shut out the Wild in his only NHL game this season, turning aside all 23 shots in a 4-0 win.

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  • Stars' Matt Murray: Returned to AHL affiliate

    Murray was reassigned to AHL Texas on Thursday.

    Murray's demotion suggests Scott Wedgewood (personal) may be ready to return against the Penguins on Friday. Murray will likely remain in the minors as long as Jake Oettinger and Wedgewood are both available.

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  • Stars' Matt Murray: Up from minors

    Murray was called up from AHL Texas on Wednesday, per Stars radio analyst Bruce LeVine.

    Murray will serve as the backup goaltender for Wednesday's home game versus Arizona because Scott Wedgewood (personal) is unavailable. Jake Oettinger is set to get the start. Murray has a 3.05 GAA and an .895 save percentage in 28 outings with Texas in 2023-24. He's also appeared in four career NHL contests, posting a 2-2-0 record, 2.53 GAA and .885 save percentage.

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  • Stars' Matt Murray: Returns to minors

    Murray was reassigned to AHL Texas on Wednesday.

    Murray was summoned by Dallas on Tuesday to serve as the backup goaltender in a 5-1 win over LA because Scott Wedgewood (lower body) was unavailable. Dallas might recall Murray before Thursday's road game in Philadelphia if Wedgewood ends up not being ready to return in time for that contest.

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  • Stars' Matt Murray: Recalled by Dallas

    Murray was promoted from AHL Texas on Tuesday, Stars radio analyst Bruce LeVine reports.

    Scott Wedgewood is considered day-to-day with a lower-body injury, so Murray will either start or serve as Jake Oettinger's backup Tuesday versus LA. Murray was excellent in his lone NHL appearance of the season Jan. 8 against the Wild, stopping all 23 shots he faced en route to a 4-0 victory.

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  • Stars' Matt Murray: Back in minors

    Murray was returned to AHL Texas on Thursday.

    Murray has been up and down frequently of late -- the Stars have been saving valuable cap space when they are not in action. Murray has been up with the big club to serve as the backup with Jake Oettinger, unavailable -- he's been out of action for four weeks with a lower-body injury. Murray picked up a shutout Monday, stopping 23 shots in a 4-0 win over Minnesota, his first NHL game of the season. If Oettinger remains unavailable, look for Murray to return to the NHL roster Friday as the Stars face Nashville.

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  • Stars' Matt Murray: Summoned Wednesday

    Murray was recalled from AHL Texas on Wednesday, according to Stars' radio analyst Bruce LeVine.

    Murray was reassigned to Texas on Tuesday, but that was apparently just a cap move. His return to Dallas suggests Jake Oettinger (lower body) won't be available for Wednesday's home game versus Minnesota. Murray made his NHL season debut Monday, posting a 23-save shutout versus the Wild.

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  • Stars' Matt Murray: Earns first shutout

    Murray stopped all 23 shots he faced in Monday's 4-0 win over the Wild.

    This was Murray's fourth NHL appearance, his second win and his first shutout. The Stars played a strong game in front of him to make it easier for the 25-year-old, who hadn't seen any game action in over three weeks. He's mainly backed up Scott Wedgewood while Jake Oettinger (lower body) has been working his way back from an injury, but with Oettinger getting close, Murray's time in the NHL for this stint is likely soon to be over.

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  • Stars' Matt Murray: Sent to AHL

    Murray was loaned to AHL Texas on Tuesday.

    Murray posted a 23-save shutout win over Minnesota on Monday. If Jake Oettinger (lower body) isn't ready to return for Wednesday's rematch against the Wild, Murray will be recalled from the minors.

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  • Stars' Matt Murray: Starting Monday

    Murray will guard the road goal Monday against Minnesota, per Jessi Pierce of NHL.com.

    Murray earned a 1-2-0 record with a 3.39 GAA and an .844 save percentage in three outings for Dallas during the 2022-23 campaign. Scott Wedgewood, who made 10 straight starts due to the absence of Jake Oettinger (lower body), will get a bit of a breather after allowing 13 goals on 74 shots in his past three (0-2-1) appearances. The Wild rank 23rd in the league with 2.97 goals per contest this season.

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  • Stars' Matt Murray: Back with big club

    Murray was promoted from AHL Texas on Tuesday, Stars' radio analyst Bruce LeVine reports.

    Murray was sent to the minors Monday in a paper transaction to save the Stars some cap space, but he was always expected to be back with the big club ahead of Tuesday's matchup with Montreal. Murray will back up Scott Wedgewood against the Canadiens.

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  • Stars' Matt Murray: Loaned to AHL

    Murray was loaned to AHL Texas on Monday, per Lia Assimakopoulos of The Dallas Morning News, in what is expected to be a temporary move.

    It's believed that Murray's shift off the NHL roster is for salary cap reasons. Jake Oettinger (lower body) has been skating, but he isn't ready to return to the lineup yet. Murray will probably serve as Scott Wedgewood's backup again in Tuesday's contest against the Kings.

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  • Stars' Matt Murray: Recalled from AHL

    Murray was brought up from AHL Texas on Monday.

    The Stars had Joe O'Brien, who agreed to an amateur tryout agreement with the team, serve as Scott Wedgewood's backup in Saturday's 4-3 overtime loss to St. Louis. O'Brien was released Sunday, so Dallas was able to add Murray under the roster emergency exception rule ahead of Monday's matchup against Seattle. Murray has posted a 1-2-0 record with a 3.39 GAA and an .844 save percentage in three NHL starts with the Stars last season. His presence with the big club probably means that Jake Oettinger (lower body) isn't ready to return yet.

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  • Stars' Matt Murray: Signs one-year deal

    Murray agreed to a one-year, two-way contract with Dallas on Thursday.

    Murray had a 2.37 GAA and a .911 save percentage in 34 AHL contests with Texas in 2022-23. He also posted a 1-2-0 record, 3.39 GAA and .844 save percentage in three outings with Dallas. With Jake Oettinger and Scott Wedgewood likely to occupy the starting and backup spots, respectively, in Dallas, Murray is projected to start the 2023-24 campaign in the minors.

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  • Stars' Matt Murray: Returns to AHL

    Murray was loaned to AHL Texas on Sunday.

    In a corresponding move, Scott Wedgewood (lower body) was recalled from his conditioning loan. Murray has recorded one win in three NHL appearances this season.

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  • Stars' Matt Murray: Second loss in three March starts

    Murray made 21 saves in a 3-1 loss to Vancouver on Saturday.

    Dakota Joshua scored a shorthanded goal on a 2-on-1 break late in the first. Brock Boeser netted a goal early in the second on a give-and-go, and Jack Rathbone scored on a one-timer form the high slot less than two minutes later. Murray has made three starts this season, all this month. He has lost two straight to the Orcas, surrendering eight goals in that span. He won his debut against the Hawks at the start of March. The Stars' net belongs to Jake Oettinger, and Murray is unlikely to get many more starts this season.

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  • Stars' Matt Murray: Slated to start Saturday

    Murray is expected to start at home versus Vancouver on Saturday, according to Bruce LeVine of Dallas Hockey Now.

    Murray, who was recalled from AHL Texas on Friday, stopped just 14 of 19 shots in a 5-2 loss to the Canucks on March 14, so this is a chance for him to get revenge. At the AHL level, he's posted a 2.27 GAA and a .913 save percentage in 31 contests with Texas this season. Vancouver has the 11th-ranked offense with 3.35 goals per game in 2022-23.

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  • Stars' Matt Murray: Recalled from AHL

    Murray was recalled from AHL Texas on Friday.

    The Stars sent Remi Poirier down to the AHL in a corresponding move. Murray has a pair of starts at the NHL level this season, defeating Chicago 5-2 three weeks ago, and then dropping a 5-2 decision in Vancouver, stopping 14 shots on March 14.

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  • Stars' Matt Murray: Sent down to minors

    Murray was reassigned to AHL Texas on Tuesday.

    Murray figures to step into the starting role for AHL Texas as they square off with AHL Coachella on Tuesday and Wednesday. Murray has played in just two games for Dallas this season in which he went 1-1-0 with a 3.53 GAA and .825 save percentage. In a corresponding move, Remi Poirier was brought up from the minors to likely serve as the backup to Jake Oettinger against the Kraken on Tuesday.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-1, 195 lbs
Age: 26
Experience: 1