Garth Murray
Garth Murray
Number: 57
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 210
Shoots: Left
Born: 17 Sep 1982
Birthplace: Regina, SK, Canada
Hometown: Regina, Saskatchewan
Acquired: Des Rangers de New York le 30 septembre 2005 en retour de Marcel Hossa / From the New York Rangers on September 30, 2005 in return for Marcel Hossa
Drafted: NYR / 2001 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 3rd (79th overall)
2006-07: Had a two-game goal scoring streak (February 20 vs Washington; February 22 at Nashville)… Established a career-high by playing in 43 regular-season games… Missed three games with a hand injury (from January 6 to January 9)… 2005-06: Between March 18 and April 18 (17 games), scored four goals, totaled 11 shots on goal and posted a +2 plus/minus rating… Scored his first game-winning goal with the Canadiens on April 1st against vs BOS… Posted a +2 plus/minus rating in six playoff games… 2004-05: Scored his 1st game-winning goal of the season and tied a team-record for the fastest goal at the start of a period, in Lowell... In his 1st game of the season, after missing 19 games with an injury, was selected 3rd star, December 3 against Lowell... 2003-04: Spent the majority of the season with the Hartford Wolf Pack… Appeared in all 16 post-season contests with the Wolf Pack... 2002-03: Posted a five-game point scoring streak from Feb. 7-15, registering five points (3-2-5) over the span... 2001-02: Spent the majority of the season with the Regina Pats before joining the Hartford Wolf Pack … Served as captain of Regina … Ranked second on the team with 33 goals and third with 63 points … Posted a seven-game point scoring streak from Nov. 17-28, registering nine points (4-5-9) over the span…Joined Hartford at the end of the season, making his professional debut on Apr. 3 at Worcester… Tallied his first professional goal in Game One of the First Round vs. Manchester on Apr. 13… Represented Canada and captured a silver medal at the World Junior Championships in the Czech Republic … His six points tied him for fourth place on Team Canada and 15th among all WJC players… 2000-01: Ranked eighth on the team in scoring with 44 points … Posted a nine-game scoring streak from Jan. 31 to Feb. 21, registering 11 points (seven goals, four assists) over the span … Tallied an assist for Team Cherry at the CHL Top Prospects Game in Calgary… 1999-00: Ranked fourth among forwards with 40 points and ranked seventh on the team with 26 assists… Helped lead Canada to a gold medal in the Four Nations Under-18 Cup in Slovakia.