Ottawa, and the hockey world mourned the loss of former GM Bryan Murray this weekend.
Bryan was 74 and died after a battle with cancer.
Bryan was from Shawville and always wanted to come home during this career.
There will be a Public Celebration of Life one week from Thursday(August 24th) at the CTC.
The announcement was made on Twitter.
If you are going to attend, they ask people to use Gates 1 and 2.
They also ask that if you want to leave flowers to make a Donation instead to
- Make A Wish Foundation
- Shawville Recreation Association
- DEBRA Canada(In Honor of Johnathan Pitre)
- Jardins Educatif du Pontiac
Thoughts from some of the biggest names in the game(and outside of it)
My thoughts and prayers are with the entire Murray family. Thank you for everything Bryan. You gave me the chance to be who I am today.— Erik Karlsson (@ErikKarlsson65) August 12, 2017
RIP Bryan Murray. My grandma grew up in Shawville and said he was a very nice boy. I think anyone who ever met him would agree.— Bonk's Mullet (@BonksMullet) August 12, 2017
Bryan Murray was a wise hockey man and a great teacher. We, and hockey, are poorer for his passing.— Michael Farber (@MichaelFarber3) August 12, 2017
My thoughts go out to the Murray Family.Bryan gave me the opportunity to come home and play here.Such a great man, it was truly a privilege.— Marc Methot (@MarcMethot3) August 12, 2017