Tim Murray enters his seventh season with the Senators after being named assistant general manager on July 5, 2007. He also serves as the general manager of Ottawa’s American Hockey League affiliate, the 2011 Calder-Cup champion Binghamton Senators.
Murray’s NHL experience began in 1993-94 when he served as an amateur scout with the Detroit Red Wings. He joined the Florida Panthers in 1994, where his scouting career evolved until his departure as the club’s director of amateur scouting in 2002.
Murray served as director of player personnel, responsible for overseeing the amateur draft and college free agents, with the Anaheim Ducks from 2002-03 to 2004-05 before moving to the New York Rangers as assistant director of player personnel in July 2005. During his time with the Rangers, Murray was tasked with scouting the amateur ranks and evaluating potential free agents.
Tim is the son of Bryan Murray’s brother, Barrie. On July 21, 2012, he joined his uncles, Bryan and Terry, as inaugural inductees in Shawville’s Hockey Wall of Fame.
Murray and his wife, Kathy, have three children, Hailey, Justin and Jared.