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04-18-2013, 02:13 PM
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Murray was a solid #4 for a long time here. After he broke his adams apple, he hasn't been the same with slightly slower play and less physicality. Further, the way McLellan's system here evolved (or de-volved) didn't help him.

It looks like he's closer to his 18-month-ago self in Pittsburgh than his play in SJ this shortened season, and that's a good thing.

Also, there's now a whole new conference that gets to experience Murray's reverse-hits. Epically awesome.

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