All Out War for Final Roster Spots

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...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

New York Rangers Depth Chart 2014 2015

New York Rangers C 1. Derek Stepan  2. Derick Brassard  3. Dominic Moore  4. Chris Mueller  L 1. Chris Kreider  2. Carl Hagelin  3. J.T. Miller  4. Matthew Lombardi 5. Tanner Glass 6. Nick Tarnasky  7. Chris Bourque  R 1. Martin St. Louis  2. Mats Zuccarello ...
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16 days ago  |  Discuss

A Successful Smashfest

TORONTO (July 25, 2014) – Dominic Moore, New York Rangers forward, is pleased to announce that last night’s Smashfest charity ping-pong event raised $140,000, which will benefit two important causes: concussions and traumatic brain injuries; and rare cancer research and advocacy. In three years of the annual Smashfest event being held, a total of $270,000 has been raised for...
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July 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Dominic Moore re-signs with Rangers

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...
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July 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Rangers Sign Glass, Moore by   Steven Ellis

The York Rangers have re-signed forward Dominic Moore to a 1 year deal worth $1.5 million, as well as Tanner Glass for three years, $4.35 million. Moore scored six goals and added 12 assists for 18 points in 73 games with the Rangers in 2013-2014. Glass, a depth forward, scored four goals and added nine assists for 13 points in 67 [...]
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July 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Rangers re-sign Dominic Moore; Sign Tanner Glass

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 […] The post Rangers re-sign Dominic Moore; Sign Tanner Glass appeared first on Blue Seat Blogs.
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July 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Free agent frenzy: Rumor roundup before it all begins

Free agency is upon us, and the Rangers will see four key players test out the market. Brian Boyle, Anton Stralman, and Benoit Pouliot all seem destined to cash in big elsewhere, while Dominic Moore is still hoping (along with the rest of us) to remain in New York. There are a lot of rumors […] The post Free agent frenzy: Rumor roundup before it all begins appeared first on Blue Seat Blogs.
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July 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Rangers Talking With Moore; Penguins Interested in Pouliot

A day after reporting that the Rangers aren’t going to pay to keep Dominic Moore, the New York Post’s Larry Brooks now says the Blueshirts are currently in talks to retain the veteran center iceman. Brooks noted that Moore is looking for a three-year contract in the $1.6 million to $1.85 million per season range. …oh Larry, I think you might need to get beat up at the bus...
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June 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Brooks: Rangers unwilling to pay Dominic Moore

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 […] The post Brooks: Rangers unwilling to pay Dominic Moore appeared first on Blue Seat Blogs.
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June 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Dominic Moore Wants To Stay With Rangers

After receiving his Masterton Award last night, Dominic Moore discussed his thoughts on re-signing with the Rangers (via New York Post)… “I’ve told [the Rangers] that I want to stay and I want to keep it simple,” Moore said. “My agent [Larry Kelly] has been in touch with them, but as of now there hasn’t been any negotiating. “This is where I want to be, but if nothing...
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June 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Dominic Moore Wins Masterton Trophy

Tonight, Dominic Moore was named the winner of the Bill Masterton Trophy, which is awarded annually to the player who “best exemplifies the qualities of perseverance, sportsmanship, and dedication to hockey,” at the 2014 NHL Awards in Las Vegas. Here’s his acceptance speech… Moore returned to hockey this season after taking a year off to take care of his wife Katie, who...
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June 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Players Talk About Having A Team In Las Vegas

from Craig Huber of Fox5 (Las Vegas), "Obviously there's a lot of entertainment things in this town, and hockey would be a great addition, of course," New York Rangers forward Dominic Moore said. "I think it'd be great. Any time you can expand the game and add more teams and just kind of grow the game across the country, that always helps. There'...
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June 24, 2014  |  Discuss

The Rangers players most likely to be traded this summer

Next year’s Rangers team is going to look considerably different than the one that came three wins away from a Stanley Cup this season. Brad Richards will (or has been, since this was written) be bought out, Dominic Moore, Brian Boyle, and Anton Stralman are unrestricted free agents, and I would be expect the Rangers to be active in free agency and in the trade market to improve...
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June 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Retain Or Release: Dominic Moore

Glen Sather played “Retain or Release” with Dominic Moore after the 2005-2006 season and ended up picking “release.” Moore was traded to Nashville (who then sent him to Pittsburgh). In return, the Rangers received Adam Hall, a young, big, gritty forward who had put him double digit goals consistently and had upside as a true power forward. Instead, Hall fell flat on his...
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June 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Rangers Fans Come Together, Raise Thousands To Send Grieving Dad To Game 4

Dominic Moore and Martin St. Louis have made it easy to cheer for the New York Rangers this postseason with their touching stories, and now, Blueshirts fans are giving people another reason to root for them after banding together and helping out one of their own. The Rangers, who are down three games to zero to the Los Angeles Kings in the Stanley Cup Final, will be battling for...
June 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Moore Fine After Puck to the Hand

No play personified how the Rangers continue to sellout on the penalty kill than Dominic Moore blocking a Slava Voynov slapshot with the palm of his hand last night. While that’s obviously terrible technique, the bottom line is that the man down units have been a huge reason why the Rangers are in the Stanley Cup Final as well remained competitive in Game 1. Last night they were...
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June 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Rangers’ Dominic Moore continues to carry wife’s memory

In April 2012, Katie Urbanic Moore found out she had a rare form of liver cancer. Her husband Dominic Moore left his job, playing hockey during the playoffs. Dominic stayed by his wife’s side until Katie passed away on January 7, 2013. Now as a member of the New York Rangers, Dominic Moore plays in the Stanley Cup Final with his wife’s memory forever in his heart and mind. Katie...
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June 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Dominic Moore: Leading By Example

#494501215 / As selfless as a player there is, Dominic Moore is the driving force behind the New York Rangers return to the Stanley Cup Finals. During the regular season, Moore usually centered the fourth line, where he was flanked by Brian Boyle and Derek Dorsett doing the dirty work; checking, blocking shots and eating up minutes. Moore posted just 18 points during...
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June 02, 2014  |  Discuss

The Rangers are heading to the finals

I passed out, what happened? The New York Rangers defeated the bleu, blanc, et rouge on a Dominic Moore goal and a Henrik Lundqvist shutout. They punched their ticket to the Stanley Cup Final. The Rangers will play either the Los Angeles Kings or the Chicago Blackhawks next Wednesday for game one of the Stanley Cup Final. They will be decided underdogs against either opponent. But...
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May 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Storytelling At Its Finest: Dominic Moore's Road Back...

((HT: ESPN))The story of the return of the New York Rangers' Dominic Moore is heartbreaking and encouraging as to the core of all of us...Jeremy Schaap and Rich Ackerman get the credit on E:60The fact that Moore got the game-winner last night to move the team to the Stanley Cup Finals is even more awesome.
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May 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Dominic Moore Sends Rangers Back To Stanley Cup Finals For First Time In 20 Years

Scott Levy/NHLI/Getty Images It took 20 years but the New York Rangers are heading back to the Stanley Cup Finals after defeating the Montreal Canadiens in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Final. New York generated multiple scoring chances before finally cashing in when Brian Boyle worked the puck along the offensive boards and passed to to Ryan McDonagh who fed Dominic Moore out...
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May 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Rangers advance to first Stanley Cup finals since 1994

The New York Rangers are in the Stanley Cup finals for the first time since winning the title 20 years ago. Dominic Moore’s second period goal was the only offense the Rangers needed in a 1-0 victory over the Montreal Canadiens in Game 6 on Thursday night. Henrik Lundqvist, coming off his worst performance in the 2014 playoffs, stopped all 18 shots he faced. “The third period...
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May 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Dominic Moore's game-winner is sports' latest feel-good story

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...
May 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Mic'd Up: From the ice video/audio of Dominic Moore's Stanley Cup Finals sending goal

Dominic Moore's game-winning, series clinging goal in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Final, NY Rangers against the Montreal Canadiens - from the ice with audio from a mic'd up Derek Dorsett.Here's Doc's call.Follow us on Twitter, Subscribe by Email, View via Our Mobile Site, or Return Home
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May 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Hockey Gods smile on Dominic Moore, Rangers advance to the Finals

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 […]
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May 30, 2014  |  Discuss
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