With the recent passing of Bryan Murray, the hockey world descended upon Shawville to pay their respects to a legend.
Murray had a long, storied career as an NHL coach and GM. He won the most prestigious award any hockey coach can win by taking home the Jack Adams Trophy in 1984.
He took the Ottawa Senators to the Stanley Cup Final for the only time in the organization’s modern history in 2007, only to lose to another team he helped to create – the Anaheim Mighty Ducks.
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