There’s always competition for roster spots come training camp, but this season it looks as if there is at least three available to be won on the Rangers third and fourth lines.
I have to assume roster spots are assured for Dominic Moore and Carl Hagelin and most likely Lee Stempniak as well. After that, it should be a battle royale for those precious few slots.
Even Tanner Glass...
In what is likely to be the only bit of good news for the Rangers today, Dominic Moore has re-signed with the club. Moore originally was seeking three years, but settled for two and $3M total to stay with New York. Unfortunately for Moore, he will have to carry the possession piano that is Tanner Glass on his back for the next two years. Sorry for that Dom, but I’m glad you’re...
Good news and bad news: The Rangers have re-signed center Dominic Moore to a two-year deal at $1.5 million per year. Moore was a solid addition last season, and was 1/3 of one of the best fourth lines in the game. Moore can also chip in offensively, as he showed when Derick Brassard was hurt […]
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Apologies for the tardiness on this one, it was a gorgeous weekend and we spent it outside after the draft. But, in case you haven’t heard, Larry Brooks is reporting that the Rangers would like to keep Dominic Moore, but don’t want to pay him at his current demands. Moore is currently looking for a […]
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There’s is nothing that can take away the pain that New York Rangers forward Dominic Moore has felt in the last couple of years, but what happened Thursday should have at least offered a temporary reprieve for the NHL journeyman. Moore scored the only goal in the Rangers’ Game 6 win over the Montreal Canadiens that clinched the Blueshirts’ first Stanley Cup Final appearance...
For the first time in 20 years, the New York Rangers will play for the Stanley Cup. Coincidentally, for the first time in 20 years, the Rangers won a series in less than 7 games. The Hockey Gods smiled upon Dominic Moore, as he took a brilliant feed from Brian Boyle midway through the second […]
Dominic Moore is a center for the New York Rangers. He started his career with the Rangers in 2003, who drafted him 95th overall in the 2000 draft. He split time between the Rangers and Hartford Wolf Pack for three years, before being traded to Pittsburgh. In the next 6 seasons, Moore would play for seven more teams. He stopped playing abruptly during the 2011-12 season to be with...
The Dominic Moore E:60 documentary debuts tonight at 7 on ESPN. I’d call it a “must watch”.
Such a skinny kid, Moore was. (Photo: Dave Sandford/NHLI)
In case you missed it the other day, Dominic Moore –out with an oblique injury– has stated he expects to return to the lineup on Saturday. Moore has been out since October 29, missing seven games in that time. Without him, the Rangers have used a combination of J.T. Miller and Brandon Mashinter to fill the hole in the...
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The Rangers haven’t been particularly active in free agency this summer, which isn’t overly surprising given the club’s salary cap situation. With a new coaching staff bringing a different system the team has focused on adding depth as opposed to making big changes to the roster. One move the Rangers did make, and one they’ve [...]