Falcons Mourn The Passing Of Springfield Hall Of FamerMay 24, 2010 - American Hockey League (AHL) - Springfield Falcons Press Release
McMurdy played in Springfield from 1948-1951 before coming back for a second tour of duty from 1954-1957. He played in a total of 286 games in Springfield totaling 85 goals, 182 assists for 267 points. He was described by his teammates as an excellent, play-making center that had a gifted touch off the face-off.
Upon his retirement from pro hockey in 1958, McMurdy continued to call Springfield home throughout his post-playing days.
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