Found February 10, 2012 on NY Rangers Blog:
Andrew Gross at Rangers Rants reports that Rangers players were furious with the Lightning's Dominic Moore for his shoulder to the face of Ruslan Fedotenko last night, which probably the left the Blueshirts veteran left wing with a concussion...Brandon Prust..."There's no puck there. It looked like he was looking for him. There's no puck and he got head contact. We'll let the league decide on the rest."Brian Boyle..."Yeah, we're still pretty angry about that. It's a very dirty, dirty play. We've talked about it enough. We've got to get away from that stuff."The players felt Moore was looking for payback after Fedotenko hit him along the boards.The Rangers didn't have an update on Fedotenko last night.After the game reader Beth K. talked to trainer Jim Ramsey, who said Fedotenko was fine....Moore is a very hard nosed player, but not know for being dirty which is why I was so disappointed to see this. Assuming he's going to b...

Rangers irate after Lightning's Moore levels Fedotenko

The New York Rangers were irate after Tampa Bay Lightning center Dominic Moore leveled Ruslan Fedotenko during the third period of Thursday's 4-3 victory. Moore lowered his shoulder to blast Fedotenko in the head, leaving the latter prone on the ice for several minutes. Fedotenko exited the contest and did not return. Although the former Ranger received a two-minute roughing...

Video: Dirty Hit By Dominic Moore on Ruslan Fedotenko

… no word yet on Fedotenko’s condition but he was wobbly getting up and skating off the ice. This was a blatant, dirty hit by Dominic Moore and am shocked as he is not that type of player. Suspension will be coming. 

Lightning forward Dominic Moore fined for hit

NEW YORK (AP) -- Tampa Bay Lightning forward Dominic Moore was fined 2,500 by the NHL on Friday for a hit that injured New York Rangers forward Ruslan Fedotenko on Thursday night. Moore hit Fedotenko on the chin with his shoulder early in the third period of the Rangers' 4-3 overtime victory. Fedotenko spent about a minute face down on the ice, then was helped off. Moore was...

Lightning C Moore fined $2,500 for hit on Rangers' Fedotenko

Tampa Bay Lightning forward Dominic Moore was fined $2,500 by the NHL on Friday for a hit that injured New York Rangers forward Ruslan Fedotenko on Thursday night.Moore put his shoulder into the chin of Fedotenko early in the third period. Fedotenko was face down on the ice for a few minutes before being helped to the dressing room.Moore was only accessed a two-minute minor penalty...

Dominic Moore Fined $2,500

NEW YORK (February 10, 2012)—Tampa Bay Lightning forward Dominic Moore has been fined $2,500, the maximum allowed under the Collective Bargaining Agreement, for an interference infraction that caused an injury to New York Rangers forward Ruslan Fedotenko in NHL Game No. 803 on Thursday, Feb. 9, in New York, the National Hockey League’s Department of Player Safety announced today...

Moore fined for hit on Fedotenko

Tampa Bay Lightning center Dominic Moore was fined the maximum $2,500 for an "interference infraction that caused injury" to New York Rangers forward Ruslan Fedotenko during the third period of Thursday's game.

Lightning's Moore fined for big hit on Fedotenko

Tampa Bay Lightning forward Dominic Moore was fined $2,500 by the NHL on Friday for a hit that injured New York Rangers forward Ruslan Fedotenko on Thursday night.

NHL fines Lightning F Moore

The National Hockey League fined Tampa Bay Lightning forward Dominic Moore $2,500 on Friday.

Video- Dominic Moore With Two Minutes For Roughing?

Ruslan Fedotenko was the recipient of the hit.  You can be the judge, multiple angles of the hit in the video.

Practice Notes: Feds Not Right; Maintenance Day for Richards: Seven Defensemen

The Rangers report that Ruslan Fedotenko did not practice today after not feeling right while riding an exercise bike this morning and won't make the trip to Philadelphia....i know it hasn't been confirmed as a concussion, but when youre not feeling right the next day, it's a concossion. NHL has to figure something out. Concussions are happening on a daily basis and it...

Saturday (2/11/12) Headlines

Bergen Record - Flyers bring out the best in RangersNew York Post - Slow going for Rangers' Staal following concussionDaily News - Del Zotto doesn't get defensive on 'O'Newsday - Rangers' Ruslan Fedotenko out with head injuryRemember to follow me on Twitter & Facebook or e-mail me at

Pregame: Rangers Look to Continue Dominance of Flyers

As we've discussed here on the blog in the past, the Rangers' dominance of the Atlantic Division this season has been key to their push to the top of the standings in the Eastern Conference. In particular, though, the Blueshirts have been stellar against their biggest rivals in the Philadelphia Flyers this year. In four games against Philly this season, including the Winter...

Call costs Rangers as Devs slam door, 1-0

For most of Tuesday night's 1-0 loss to the Devils at the Garden, Rangers center Brad Richards was either on the bench or on the fourth line with Mike Rupp and Ruslan Fedotenko, demoted as other players churned harder and proved more effective.

Rangers’ Bickel gets some time at right wing

PHILADELPHIA — Stu Bickel, who returned to the lineup yesterday in place of Ruslan Fedotenko (suspected concussion) after sitting out as a healthy scratch on Thursday, was ostensibly the Rangers’ seventh defenseman, but the 25-year-old rookie never took a turn on the blue line in the 5-2 victory over the Flyers...
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