Ryan Murphy will enter Team Canada's selection camp hoping that his third tryout will be the charm.
Murphy has been released at tryouts the past two years. He may have a bit of a leg up on the competition because Canada's head coach, Steve Spott, is also his bench boss with the OHL's Kitchener Rangers. "I'm probably going to be in a comfort zone," Murphy said referring to the situation. "I have a little bit of an advantage over others because he is my coach during the regular season, so I'm happy he got the job. He's a great coach and I'm just going to go out there and play the game I play in Kitchener." He is playing in his fourth season with the Rangers and has generated 22 points in 29 games this campaign.