Andy Murray: Update on New Line Combinations

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Andy Murray: Update on New Line Combinations

There are many things some people may choose to call Andy Murray, but a loser is not one of them.
That is if you know anything at all about Andy Murray.
Like for instance, did you know that Murray in his first 12 games as head coach of the Blues, tied an NHL modern era record for most consecutive games without allowing a first period goal, since the Los Angeles Kings did it in 1974-75.
Murray has over 30 years of coaching experience, including seven seasons as an NHL assistant or associate coach with the Winnipeg Jets(1993-95), Minnesota North Stars(1990-92), and Philadelphia Flyers(1988-90). As an assistant coach in Minnesota, Murray reached the Stanley Cup Finals in 1991.
He is the only head coach to lead Team Canada to 3 IIHF World Hockey Championship titles. Murray captured gold medals in 1997, 2003, and 2007.
In the 2007 run, Canada went 9-0 during the tournament for the first time since 1937 when the Championships were held in London, England.
I could go on and on about what Andy Murray has done, but I will stop there.
Let's give you the update on the possible new line configurations for game four in St.Louis...

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