Larry Murphy Bio, Age, Height, Salary, Net Worth Bally Sports Detroit

Larry Murphy

Larry Murphy

Larry Murphy Biography

Larry Murphy presently works for the Red Wings on Bally Sports Detroit as a studio analyst.  He worked in the National Hockey League. For more than two decades, suiting up for the Detroit Red Wings, Minnesota North Stars. Pittsburgh Penguins, Toronto Maple Leafs, Washington Capitals, as well as Los Angeles Kings at first.

Larry Murphy Age

Murphy was born in Scarborough, Ontario, Canada on March 8, 1961. He is 61 years old.

Larry Murphy Height

Murphy stands at an average height of 6 ft 2 in/1.88 m tall.

Larry Murphy Family

Murphy is quite a reserved person, he has managed to keep details on his parents and on whether he has any siblings hidden.

Larry Murphy Wife

Murphy is a married man to Nancy Murphy. It’s not yet clarified if the two are still together.

Larry Murphy Salary

Murphy annually receives a salary of $77,701.

Larry Murphy Net Worth

Murphy has an approximated net worth of $1 million.

Larry Murphy Career

Murphy used to work at Fox Sports Detroit as an alternate color analyst. For the Detroit Red Wings, he had other roles aside from being a Color commentator.  His duties for Red Wings west coast road trips in place of Mickey Redmond.

Also, he shared this duty with previous teammate Pat Verbeek where they would alternate road trips from 2003 to 2006. Murphy left his job as a broadcaster to become a scout for the Red Wings. And He took over full-time on west coast road trips after the 2005–06 NHL season.

He started contributing to pregames, and post games. As well as intermissions in which he does not broadcast as a studio analyst in 2006. Murphy began working at Fox Sports Detroit as a “Between the Benches” reporter.

During the 2007–08 season when Mickey Redmond was broadcasting. And when MIckey had surgery to get rid of a tumor on his lung, Larry filled in for him. It was announced, that he would come back on Fox Sports Detroit for the remainder of the 2018–19 season.

As a studio analyst for the Red Wings on February 14, 2019. Murphy became the winner of back-to-back Stanley Cup championships. In both 1991 and 1992, he got the first two was with Pittsburgh then later in both 1997 and 1998 with Detroit.  In his first year of eligibility, he became inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame additionally.