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Ryan Murphy

Rumson, NJ

High School:
Huron (Mich.)

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 188



Previous Team:

RYAN CHRISTOPHER MURPHY; born January 23, 1983 ... shoots right ... graduated from Huron High School in Ann Arbor, Mich. in June 2001; attended St. Paul's (N.H.) School in 1998-99 ... participated in the Los Angeles Kings Development Camp in July 2002; recorded four points - one goal and three assists - in four games ... participated in the U.S. National Junior Team Evaluation Camp in Lake Placid, N.Y. during the summers of 2001 and 2002; competed in the 2001 USA Hockey Summer Challenge.

AS A JUNIOR (2003-04): Played in all 42 games ... registered 15 points - six goals and nine assists; recorded seven points - three goals and four assists - in league action ... finished the season with a plus-six rating ... enjoyed one multiple-point game ... netted two game-winning goals, one power-play goal and one shorthanded goal ... five of his six goals were third-period goals, the other came in overtime ... netted the final goal in each of four games, while scoring BC's final goal the other two times ... scored a power-play goal at 6:07 of overtime against BU to lift BC to its 13th Beanpot crown; assisted on Ty Hennes' game-tying goal with 3:30 remaining in the third period ... also netted the gamewinner against BU in a 3-2 win in Walter Brown Arena (1/17) ... tallied a shorthanded, empty-net goal - directly off a faceoff - against Findlay in the Ice Breaker Tournament's title game (10/11) ... added an insurance goal in BC's 4-2 home win over New Hampshire (2/27); the win secured the Hockey East regular-season title for the Eagles.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2002-03): Played in all 39 games ... registered 18 points - eight goals and 10 assists; recorded 13 points - five goals and eight assists - in Hockey East action ... earned All-Tournament honors at the Dodge Holiday Classic; scored two goals, including the gamewinner, in the Eagles' 6-5 first-round win over Bowling Green (12/27) ... enjoyed four multiple-point games, including one multiple-goal contest ... netted two game-winning goals ... scored at 18:05 of the third period to snap a 2-2 tie and lift the host Eagles past Boston University (1/17) ... tallied one goal and one assist in a win at Merrimack (11/7); posted the same numbers in a win at Providence five days later (11/12) ... notched one goal and one assist in a win at Maine (2/7) ... recorded two four-game scoring streaks during the season - the first ran from Oct. 26-Nov. 12, the second ran from Jan. 25-Feb. 7.

AS A FRESHMAN (2001-02): Played in 35 games; missed three games with a lacerated kidney (1/20-1/27) ... registered 14 points -- seven goals and seven assists; recorded nine points -- four goals and five assists -- in 21 Hockey East contests ... netted one shorthanded goal and one empty-net goal ... enjoyed two multiple-point games ... scored his first collegiate goal at Wisconsin (11/2) ... registered one goal and one assist in a home win over Providence (11/14); the assist came on Ales Dolinar's game-winning goal ... scored an empty-net goal in the Silverado Shootout title game against Minnesota-Duluth (12/29) ... tallied a shorthanded goal at UMass-Lowell (1/12) ... collected two assists in a win at Northeastern (2/22) ... notched three points in games against Maine; had one assist in a tie at Maine, one goal in a home win and one goal in a Hockey East Tournament loss.

BEFORE BC: Registered 29 points -- eight goals and 21 assists -- in 63 games with the U.S. National Under-18 Team in 2000-01 ... recorded two power-play goals and one shorthanded goal ... played for head coach Mike Eaves ... played for Team USA in the (April) 2001 IIHF World Under-18 Championship in Lahti and Heinola, Finland; tallied one goal and three assists in six games ... notched 29 points -- 11 goals and 18 assists -- with the U.S. National Under-17 Team in 1999-2000; played in four games with the Under-18 Team in 1999-2000 ... earned All-Tournament honors at the (1999) USA Hockey Select 16 Festival.

PERSONAL: Enrolled as a marketing major in the Carroll School of Management ... is the 2004-05 recipient of the George J. Norberg Memorial Scholarship ... was selected by the Los Angles Kings in the sixth round (185th overall) of the 2002 NHL Entry Draft ... a fine student who graduated from Huron High School with high honors ... his family now resides in Carlisle, Mass. ... Ryan is the oldest of Karen and Michael Murphy's four sons.


2001-02	Fr.	35	7	7	14	8/16	0	1	0	0
2002-03	So.	39	8	10	18	11/22	0	0	0	2
2003-04	Jr.	42	6	 9	15	15/30	1	1	0	2
CAREER	       116     21	26	47	34/68	1	2	0	4

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