Douglas Murray (ice hockey)

Douglas Murray (Ice Hockey)

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Douglas Murray (born March 12, 1980) is a Swedish ice hockey player, currently playing defence for the San Jose Sharks in the NHL. He was drafted in the 8th round, 241st overall by the Sharks in the 1999 NHL Entry Draft.

Playing career

From the 1999–00 season to the 2002–03 season he played for Cornell University. While at Cornell, he served as Captain his senior year and was twice named a first team All-American. In the 2003–04 and the locked-out 2004–05 season he played for San Jose's minor league affiliate, the Cleveland Barons, and contributed both offensively and defensively, leading the team in plus/minus and being second on the team in points for a defenseman. He also served as an alternate captain.

NHL career

During the 2005–06 NHL season, Murray was called up to San Jose, due to various injuries plaguing the team's defense. In his short time there, he has already gained praise for his physical presence, as well as solid defense, from such San Jose organization members as TV color commentator Drew Remenda.

Murray renewed his contract with the San Jose Sharks in June 2006, signing a three-year-deal worth US$1.65 million. Part of that deal was a $150,000 signing bonus. In late September 2008, Murray agreed to a four-year contract extension with the Sharks. The contract is supposedly worth US$10 million.

His first NHL goal was scored in his 115th career game on February 21, 2008, against Martin Biron of the Philadelphia Flyers.

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