Murphy, Murphy and more Murphy

Hall of Fame defenseman Larry Murphy was drafted fourth overall by the LA Kings in 1980. After picking up four Stanley Cups (two each with Pittsburgh and Detroit), his career came full circle when he played his final NHL game against the Kings in a playoff game on April 23, 2001 – when LA eliminated the Red Wings in Game 6 of the first round.

As part of their Legends Nights series, the Kings honored Murphy prior to Saturday’s game. Take a look…

Career highlights:

Pre-game celebration:

Media scrum during first intermission:

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