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    Murray, 72, is being honored Monday night by his fellow general managers at a special dinner for his career in hockey and his contributions to the game. He has admitted there is no cure for him at this point, but he continues to work as the GM of the Senators and a steward of the game in meetings such as those taking place this week.

    In addition, the public battle Murray is waging against his disease has made him an example of unselfishness, perseverance and dedication to his fellow managers. It's part of the reason he is being honored Monday night.

    http://www.nhl.com/ice/news.htm?id=7583 ... l:topheads

  • #2
    Re: Murray honoured by his peers

    Great to see him getting the respect and admiration he deserves.

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    • #3
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      Maybe the first meaningful thing to ever occur at the GMs' meeting. Really glad to see the league has been acknowledging what a great dude Bryan is.

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      • #4
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        Murray looks like he's doing a little better - saw him on Sportsnet last night.

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        • #5
          Re: Murray honoured by his peers

          Originally posted by Matt the Aussie
          Murray looks like he's doing a little better - saw him on Sportsnet last night.
          Didn't see the clip - has he gained some weight?

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          • #6
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            Yeah a little bit. He was looking a little pale there for a while - Alfie's retirement comes to mind.

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            • #7
              Re: Murray honoured by his peers

              Originally posted by Matt the Aussie
              Yeah a little bit. He was looking a little pale there for a while - Alfie's retirement comes to mind.
              I wonder if there's any possibility he beats it? I know we've been told not to be hopeful, but it's hard not to be when he keeps on trucking like this. I guess the other possibility is that he simply stopped his treatment, which would be a bad thing as far as his prognosis is concerned [emoji53]

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              • #8
                Re: Murray honoured by his peers

                Well it's a matter of perspective I think. A man in his 70s like Murray can only reasonably expect another 10-15 years if healthy. This cancer may take his life, but if treatments are working he may get half of those years in still.

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