A framed hockey jersey signed by Troy Murray (born July 31, 1962) hangs on the wall of Teaser's Pub.
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Murray played 914 regular season NHL games from 1982-96. After winning the NCAA championship with the University of North Dakota in 1982, he joined the Chicago Blackhawks, with whom he played parts of 12 seasons.
His career season was in 1985-86, when he scored 45 goals and 54 assists. After that season, he was awarded the league's Selke Trophy, which is given to the forward who excels at the defensive side of the game.
He was traded to the Winnipeg Jets in 1991, but returned to Chicago less than two years later. He would finish his NHL career bouncing around from the Ottawa Senators, Pittsburgh Penguins, and Colorado Avalanche.
After hanging up the skates in 1997, he has remained in the sport as a TV and radio analyst for the Blackhawks.
His first initial often appeared on his jersey, as he spent several years with teammate Bob Murray.