Stats: Looking At Some Of The Things Dominic Moore Does

Dominic MooreLast week the Rangers signed Dominic Moore with the likelihood that he will reprise his role as the Rangers fourth line center.

In his NHL career, 530 games, Moore has averaged between 12:28 per game and 16:50 per game.

According to HockeyAnalysis.com, over his last six seasons, Moore has averaged a start of 27.1% of his shifts in the offensive zone, 32% in the defensive and 40.9% in the neutral zone.

At CBC, Elliotte Friedman said that Alain Vigneault was told during his interview process with the Rangers that the team is constructed to allow him to deploy his forwards the same way he did in Vancouver and give his offensive players more starts in the offensive zone and his defensive forwards more starts in the defensive zone.

Moore has always averaged between 1:20 and 3:30 on the PK per game and is 3,062 for 5,826 (53%) on faceoffs in his career.

He sat out last season following the death of his wife Katie after a battle with a rare form of liver cancer.

80% of readers liked that the Rangers brought Moore back.