Anaheim Ducks general manager Bob Murray has found his name in the news recently after reacting negatively following his team’s loss in Game 7 of their quarterfinal matchup to the Detroit Red Wings on Thursday.
Murray is said to have swung a chair that connected with a woman in the Joe Louis Arena press box. The woman has declined to take legal action against Murray or the team.
Murray denies having thrown the chair, referring to it instead as a “complete accident”.
In other words, yes, that just happened.
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The Anaheim Ducks, fresh off of yet another considerable playoff run, will wait patiently for the status of veterans Scott Niedermayer and Teemu Selanne who, at 35 and 38 respectively, both face possible retirement.
As the Ducks continue to develop with elite level forwards Ryan Getzlaf, Corey Perry and Bobby Ryan, the need for the vets is lessened but still quite welcome. The Ducks have been fortunate to have enjoyed three significant postseason runs in the past four seasons, thanks largely in part to their veterans and ever-improving young core.
Both Selanne and Niedermayer have previously mentioned interest in playing in the 2010 Olympic Games which would carry over well into the 2009-10 NHL season.
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