|Birth: ||Jun. 10, 1938|
|Death: ||Jan. 13, 2000|
D. Murray Davison, 61, of Evergreen, died 13 Jan 2000. Mr. Davison was born in Brantford, Ontario on 10 June 1938. He married Peg Davison in 1960. He was retired. Survivors include son Andy of Oklahoma City, dtr Jennifer Pellat-Finet of Rhode Island, mother Grace of Canada, sister Margaret Taylor of Canada, 2 grchildren.
Published 20 Jan 2000 in Denver, Colorado, Rocky Mountain News
Murray Davison played his Junior hockey with the Barrie Flyers. After a brief stint with the Quebec Aces, he began playing Senior hockey with the Kitchener Dutchmen. He then spent the next few seasons playing minor pro in the Eastern and American Hockey Leagues, then left the game for a year to be reinstated as an amateur so he could return to Senior Hockey. After just one season of Senior, he returned to professional hockey in 1965 and made his NHL debut.
During the 1965-66 season, Davision played a single game with the Boston Bruins. The defenseman was unable to crack the score sheet and spent the rest of that season back in the minors with the Oklahoma City Blazers.
Davison would spend six seasons with the Blazers, four of which he served as a player/coach. After suiting up for just one game with Oklahoma City in 1970-71, Davison retired as a player.
After his playing days were over, Davison remained in Oklahoma City and became owner and operator of Blazer Travel Services.
Courtesy of Legends of Hockey website.
Created by: Okieologist
Record added: Aug 28, 2009
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