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Former Senators GM, coach Bryan Murray dead at 74

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Bryan Murray, the long-time general manager of the Ottawa Senators, has passed away at age 74.

Murray had a 620-465-131-23 record as an NHL head coach, having led the Capitals, Red Wings, Panthers, Ducks, and Senators in a 27-year coaching career.

He announced on Nov. 13, 2014 that he had Stage 4 colon cancer.

Also see: The top coaches in NHL history (Provided by Espresso)

Hap Day (259 wins): <p>Although Hap Day may be the head coach with the fewest wins on this list, he won the Stanley Cup with the Toronto Maple Leafs an impressive total of five times between 1942 to 1949. His relatively low number of wins is due to the fact that he didn’t spend a long time behind the bench, and because there were fewer games per season in those days.</p> The Top Coaches in NHL History

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