Large winger with below-average speed. Needs to improve his skating, as he is not often in position to use his physical attributes. Improving puck skills.
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July 2020 – The Sabres did indeed end up signing Murray on July 31.
June 2020 – Murray didn’t get signed by the June first deadline, making him a free agent. Jokke Nevalainen
April 2020 – Murray is still a young prospect, but he possesses quite a few deficiencies that will make his road to the NHL difficult. His skating and puck skills are currently insufficient for the NHL. His size is his allure. He plays a slow, plodding game. Lately, he has spent some time alongside winger Remi Elie in a checking role. As an AHL rookie this season, he scored nine goals and 24 points in 55 games with the Rochester Americans. After a hot start to the season with three goals and 14 points in the first 15 games, he scored just 10 points in his next 40 matches. Kevin Wong
November 2019 – Brett Murray has been lighting up the lamp this season for the Rochester Americans. In 13 appearances, Murray has managed to tally two goals and nine assists. Murray has been spending the majority of his time with Porter and Oglevie. His presence on their line has been a good one. In fact, Oglevie has a four-game goal streak. With Murray excelling in the AHL, perhaps the Sabres will award Murray with an NHL contract at the season’s end. Josh Tessler
May 2019 – After a few initial slow years playing for Penn State in the NCAA, Brett Murray decided to switch it up back to the USHL with the Youngstown Phantoms where he dominated league play in the 2018-2019 season, putting up 76 points in 62 games this year. He led the entire USHL with 41 goals this year and proved he has more to do in hockey. At 6-4, his dominance in a lower-lever league is more or less expected. Still, seeing him showcase some legitimate offensive upside is a promising sign. His frame should give him a slight advantage as he translates to pro, but expect a healthy dose of seasoning in the AHL or ECHL before pushing for a Sabres spot. Marcus Griep
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