Anybody who has followed Murray's career since he left Edmonton for New York in 2002, and then ended up in Nashville, knows the versatile forward hasn't played an NHL game since January of 2004, when he was struck by an ailment known as cervical dystonia.
It's a neurological disorder causing contraction of the muscles that cranked Murray's chin toward his left shoulder and kept it pinned there, and there's nothing funny about that.
a buddy of mine was a teammate of his in college and he has told me many times of remmers slick humor. Nice to hear that he's doing better. I liked him when he was here with us. Seemed like a quality teammate.