Dec 6, 2012, 12:22 PM EST
The veteran rearguard no longer appears on the team roster and is believed to be returning to North America in the near future.
Murray, 32, appeared in 14 games for Djurgardens, scoring 1G-2A-3PTS while racking up 36 penalty minutes. The signing received a lot of attention in Sweden as Murray used to play for the club at the junior level before leaving to play prep hockey in North America in 1997 (he’d later play four years at Cornell before signing with the Sharks.)
The timing of Murray’s departure has raised a few eyebrows.
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