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Andy Murray (Hockey)
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Hockey Player
    (March 3, 1951- )
    Raised in Souris, Manitoba, Canada
    Head coach of the Los Angeles Kings (1999-2006) and St. Louis Blues (2006-09)
    After guiding the Kings to three consecutive playoff appearances, he failed to continue the streak which cost him his job.
    He has an albino like skin complexion.
    He encouraged his son Brady to play for the United States in international competition, despite the fact he is involved with Hockey Canada.
    He was fired by the Kings with twelve games remaining in the season (2006).
    His 2002-03 and 2003-04 teams set an NHL record for most man games lost to injuries.
    The Kings went 0-2 in game seven appearances during his tenure.
    He has extensive coaching experience at all levels of hockey.
    He left the Kings as the all-time winningest coach in franchise history.
    He got the best out of a Kings team which was frequently depleted by injuries during his tenure.
    He served as a broadcaster for Hockey Night in Canada during the 2006 Stanley Cup Playoffs.
    He missed a few games during the 2001-02 season, as a result of injuries he received in an automobile accident.

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