One of Nova Scotia’s all-time greatest hockey players, Glen Murray was raised in the Bridgewater, Nova Scotia area and played junior hockey for the Sudbury Wolves of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL). Murray was a first-round draft pick, 18th overall by the Bruins in the 1991 NHL Entry Draft. Murray went on to have a stellar 16-year career, playing in 1,009 regular season games and 94 playoff games with Boston, Pittsburgh, and Los Angeles.
Murray enjoyed his greatest offensive season in 2002–03, scoring 92 points (44 goals and 48 assists) for the Bruins and earning a spot in the 2003 NHL All-Star Game. He accumulated 651 regular season points, putting him in fourth-place for points scored by a Nova Scotian in the history of the NHL. The two-time all-star also played in two World Championships (1998 and 2004), winning gold in 2004.
• Drafted 1st round NHL, 18th overall 1991 Boston
• Played 16 seasons in the NHL
• 651 points in the 1009 regular season games
• 42 points in 94 playoff games
• 44 goals and 48 assists in 2002-03 season
• NHL All-Star games, 2003 and 2004
• World Championships 1998 and 2004
• Gold at 2004 World Championships
• 3rd highest points for a Nova Scotia hockey player