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June 3, 2008
On June 1, 2008, ELEANOR M. (nee Burton); beloved wife of the late Robert W. Murray; devoted mother of James, Robert, Charles Murray, Darby Hamilton and Terry Murray; loving grandmother of 13 grandchildren, 16 great-grandchildren and five great-great-grandchildren. Funeral from the E.F. Lassahn Funeral Home, P.A., (Kingsville) 11750 Belair Road on Thursday, at 11 A.M. Visiting Wednesday, 3-5 an d 7-9 P.M. Interment Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens.
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June 3, 2008
On June 1, 2008, ELEANOR M. (nee Burton); beloved wife of the late Robert W. Murray; devoted mother of James, Robert, Charles Murray, Darby Hamilton and Terry Murray; loving grandmother of 13 grandchildren, 16 great-grandchildren and five great-great-grandchildren. Funeral from the E.F. Lassahn Funeral Home, P.A., (Kingsville) 11750 Belair Road on Thursday, at 11 A.M. Visiting Wednesday, 3-5 an d 7-9 P.M. Interment Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens.
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By Cynthia Lambert and Cynthia Lambert,Special to The Sun | November 26, 1991
DETROIT -- Washington Capitals coach Terry Murray exonerated starting goalie Mike Liut for giving up four goals in the first 13 minutes, 6 seconds of last night's game at Joe Louis Arena.But the rest of the Capitals weren't relieved of blame in Washington's 5-4 loss to the Red Wings, helping to extend Detroit's unbeaten streak to 10 games (8-0-2)."I don't blame him whatsoever," Murray said of Liut, who was removed after Detroit's fourth goal, in favor of Don Beaupre. "I took him out because I wanted to change things, change the tempo, change the game."
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Sun Staff Writer | March 25, 1995
VOORHEES, N.J. -- The Philadelphia Flyers and the Washington Capitals say they don't pay much attention to each other. But if they did, they might think they were looking in a mirror.Usually at this time of the year the Caps and Flyers are battling for a playoff spot, with Washington having had the better of it the past few seasons. The Flyers haven't been in the playoffs in five years.But going into today's game at USAir Arena, things are a lot different. The Flyers are first in the Atlantic Division and the Caps are second, just five points behind.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Staff Writer | January 29, 1993
Reggie Savage said last week that he has felt like he's been on a roller coaster this season because he has been up and down between the Washington Capitals and the Skipjacks.Yesterday, he probably felt more like a yo-yo. After being with the Capitals for just six days, Savage learned he was going to Baltimore for the third time.Defenseman Jason Woolley also was reassigned to the Skipjacks.The move of Savage, a right wing, comes as a surprise given Capitals coach Terry Murray's comment Saturday that Savage had earned an extended look with the parent team.
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By Cynthia Lambert and Cynthia Lambert,Special to The Sun | November 26, 1991
DETROIT -- Washington Capitals coach Terry Murray exonerated starting goalie Mike Liut for giving up four goals in the first 13 minutes, 6 seconds of last night's game at Joe Louis Arena.But the rest of the Capitals weren't relieved of blame in Washington's 5-4 loss to the Red Wings, helping to extend Detroit's unbeaten streak to 10 games (8-0-2)."I don't blame him whatsoever," Murray said of Liut, who was removed after Detroit's fourth goal, in favor of Don Beaupre. "I took him out because I wanted to change things, change the tempo, change the game."
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Staff Writer | March 16, 1993
The Washington Capitals will play the Detroit Red Wings tonight, and it couldn't be more fitting. What may well be the final duel between the brothers Murray -- Washington coach Terry and Detroit coach Bryan -- will be played on neutral ice at the Bradley Center in Milwaukee.Certainly it will be a game filled with undercurrents and emotions.Three years ago, Terry Murray took over the Capitals' coaching job when the club fired Bryan, who later moved on to become Detroit's coach and general manager.
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By Jon Marks and Jon Marks,Contributing Writer | June 24, 1994
PHILADELPHIA - Terry Murray is the first to admit he woke up today one day closer to being the ex-coach of the Philadelphia Flyers. That simply goes with the territory.But as long as he is in command here, he intends to make the most of the time."I have no misconception of the job," said Murray, 43, after becoming only the 10th coach in franchise history yesterday, but the fourth in the past four years. "At some point [newly appointed Flyers general manager] Bob Clarke will call me into his office and say the organization is going in a different direction."
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By Phil Jackman | March 2, 1994
When he took over from brother Bryan as coach of the Washington Capitals in midseason five years ago, Terry Murray realized almost instant success and the team went further than it ever had in postseason play.Even though the players knew Terry well, his having served as Bryan's assistant for years, a new spirit seemed to infect the club.The next year, pretty much the same thing happened in New Jersey, where Jim Schoenfeld was brought in to handle the Devils. The lads from Exit 16W on the New Jersey Turnpike, a perennial and unnoticed also-ran, not only made the playoffs, they set a team record for advancement, eliminating the Caps in the process.
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By James H. Jackson and James H. Jackson,Sun Staff Correspondent | January 29, 1992
PHILADELPHIA -- The Philadelphia Flyers are in last place in the Patrick Division of the NHL, but last night they played like champions.Playing aggressive, body-banging hockey that took the Washington Capitals out of their speed-skating game, the Flyers defeated the Capitals, 3-2, before 17,021 in the Spectrum.Washington played listless hockey, a different type of game from the one Sunday when they took 40 shots on goal and defeated the Pittsburgh Penguins, 6-4. The Capitals managed 15 shots on goal last night, scoring on their first and last shots of the game.
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By SANDRA McKEE | March 15, 1995
Center Eric Lindros is three points from leading the NHL scoring race but all he can talk about is his Philadelphia Flyers teammates."I haven't changed," said Lindros, who is in his third NHL season. "Our team has changed."Lindros arrived in Philadelphia with great expectations, but by himself could not solve the Flyers' problems. The team missed the postseason party for the fifth straight year last season.Then came coach Terry Murray and the Feb. 9 trade that sent right wing Mark Recchi to Montreal for center John LeClair, defenseman Eric Desjardins and left wing Gilbert Dionne.
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By Jon Marks and Jon Marks,Contributing Writer | June 24, 1994
PHILADELPHIA - Terry Murray is the first to admit he woke up today one day closer to being the ex-coach of the Philadelphia Flyers. That simply goes with the territory.But as long as he is in command here, he intends to make the most of the time."I have no misconception of the job," said Murray, 43, after becoming only the 10th coach in franchise history yesterday, but the fourth in the past four years. "At some point [newly appointed Flyers general manager] Bob Clarke will call me into his office and say the organization is going in a different direction."
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By Phil Jackman | March 2, 1994
When he took over from brother Bryan as coach of the Washington Capitals in midseason five years ago, Terry Murray realized almost instant success and the team went further than it ever had in postseason play.Even though the players knew Terry well, his having served as Bryan's assistant for years, a new spirit seemed to infect the club.The next year, pretty much the same thing happened in New Jersey, where Jim Schoenfeld was brought in to handle the Devils. The lads from Exit 16W on the New Jersey Turnpike, a perennial and unnoticed also-ran, not only made the playoffs, they set a team record for advancement, eliminating the Caps in the process.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Sun Staff Writer | January 31, 1994
LANDOVER -- The Washington Capitals are like kids who have just discovered how to play the game.They've got a new coach behind the bench, a new defensive plan on the ice, and yesterday afternoon, they had six players putting the puck in the Detroit Red Wings net.The Capitals won their second straight game for coach Jim Schoenfeld, and the 6-3 victory broke the Red Wings' nine-game road unbeaten streak."
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By Ian Browne and Ian Browne,Contributing Writer | January 3, 1994
BOSTON -- The good news for the Capitals is that they don't play again until Saturday. The bad news is that it will take that long for Washington to forget about yesterday's effort against the Boston Bruins.It didn't take long to see that this would not be the Capitals' day. Boston scored three goals in the first two minutes en route to an 8-2 victory before 14,073 at Boston Garden.Forced to play without defensemen Al Iafrate and Kevin Hatcher for the fifth time in six games, the Capitals' defense was inept from the outset.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Staff Writer | May 1, 1993
LANDOVER -- Washington Capitals general manager David Poile defended the organization's record and center Dale Hunter yesterday, and said coach Terry Murray will return next year.bTC In a news conference at the Capital Centre, Poile said the Capitals have taken a lot of criticism from "all and varied" directions and that he is appealing for perspective."I'm very worried about this franchise in Washington," Poile said. "Hockey interest is down here and it has been down for the last couple years.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Staff Writer | May 1, 1993
LANDOVER -- Washington Capitals general manager David Poile defended the organization's record and center Dale Hunter yesterday, and said coach Terry Murray will return next year.bTC In a news conference at the Capital Centre, Poile said the Capitals have taken a lot of criticism from "all and varied" directions and that he is appealing for perspective."I'm very worried about this franchise in Washington," Poile said. "Hockey interest is down here and it has been down for the last couple years.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Staff Writer | April 17, 1993
LANDOVER -- The Washington Capitals couldn't have been happier with the results last night.They beat the New York Rangers, 4-2, to wrap up the regular season, and the New York Islanders beat the New Jersey Devils, 8-5, to move into third place in the Patrick Division and set up a best-of-seven series with the Capitals in the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs."
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Staff Writer | April 17, 1993
LANDOVER -- The Washington Capitals couldn't have been happier with the results last night.They beat the New York Rangers, 4-2, to wrap up the regular season, and the New York Islanders beat the New Jersey Devils, 8-5, to move into third place in the Patrick Division and set up a best-of-seven series with the Capitals in the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs."
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Staff Writer | March 16, 1993
The Washington Capitals will play the Detroit Red Wings tonight, and it couldn't be more fitting. What may well be the final duel between the brothers Murray -- Washington coach Terry and Detroit coach Bryan -- will be played on neutral ice at the Bradley Center in Milwaukee.Certainly it will be a game filled with undercurrents and emotions.Three years ago, Terry Murray took over the Capitals' coaching job when the club fired Bryan, who later moved on to become Detroit's coach and general manager.
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