Recap: Dominic Moore on Marek vs Wyshynski (On staying with the Rangers, and the Stanley Cup Final)

Dom MooreDominic Moore was a guest on Marek vs Wyshynski today:

  • On 3 on 3, “it will be exciting to watch. The open ice and end to end action is so pronounced in the 4 on 4 and it will be interesting how it plays out.”
  • On training with 3 on 3 hockey, “It depends, some of those 3 on 3 rinks are in a confined space and it becomes good for puck protection but on an NHL rink it’s a different dynamic. Teams are still figuring out 4 on 4 and will get better and better. So much is holding onto the puck and not dumping it in when you don’t need to and it’s even more pronounced with the 3 on 3.
  • On changing point values for wins, “Well, I can’t say that I disagree with that for sure, I’m not the one who weighs these things but there are times when I think we should go 3 points for a win and trying to incentive winning outright and having the standings be so tight is good for ratings and I don’t think it would change if you change the point value but I am sure there are better minds than me looking at this.”

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Read: Dom Moore is glad to stay a Ranger

Dominic Moore7/5/14 | 12:24PM: On July 1, Dominic Moore signed a two-year deal with the Rangers with a cap hit of $1.5 million per year to re-sign with the Rangers.

Moore reportedly took less money to stay with the Rangers. (Daily News)

He said that he is glad to have his immediate future set, that he is “grateful” to be a Ranger and liked being part of the group the team had. (CBC)

Moore said that the last two months of the year were “amazing” and all the big games and how far the Rangers came from start to finish this past season are things the team can build on for next season. (CBC)

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NEWS: Dominic Moore stays with the Rangers for TWO-YEARS

Dominic Moore has re-signed with the Rangers on a TWO-YEAR deal (Larry Brook and TSN/Pierre McGuire)

His cap hit is $1.5 million per season. (Elliotte Friedman)

Moore said that he wanted to stay with the Rangers.

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Adam Rotter: This is an important signing for the Rangers and one that sees them keep their fourth line center, a leader, PKer and late game defensive center. Losing Moore and Brian Boyle was going to present the Rangers with no center on the roster that you would have confidence in to win an important faceoff late in the game. Re-signing Moore keeps him in that role. keeps him in the role as a key penalty killer and someone who has the respect of his teammates and leads by example.

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Buzz: The Dominic Moore situation (Rangers trying to keep him)

Dom Moore12:38PM: The Rangers talks with Moore are ongoing. (Brooks(

11:09AM: Nick Kypreos mentions Chicago as a place for Dom Moore. (Sportsnet)

7/1/14 | 11AM: Moore is headed to market at 12PM (LeBrun)

6/30/14 | 9:30PM: Moore is seeking a three-year deal worth $1.7 million per season while the Rangers are offering two-years at slightly less money. (NY Post)

 2:22PM: The Rangers are in talks to keep Dom Moore. (Brooks)

6/28/ 14 | 7:57PM: Larry Brooks keeps hearing that the Rangers aren’t going to pay to keep Dominic Moore. (NY Post)

Moore is believed to be seeking a three-year deal worth between $1.6 million and $1.85 million. (NY Post)

6/27/14: 8:45PM: Dominic Moore’s future with the Rangers seems “iffy” (NY Post) To read more of this story, click here

Buzz: Tampa Bay may go after Dominic Moore

“Don’t be surprised” if Tampa Bay goes after Dominic Moore when he becomes a free agent on Tuesday. (Chris Johnston)

After losing grit in Nate Thompson and BJ Crombeen, the team could look to add Moore. (Tampa

Moore played 133 games for Tampa Bay, his second most for any team besides the Rangers, and scored 22 goals and 29 assists from 2010 to 2012.

He played in 18 playoff games for Tampa Bay in 2010-11 with 3 goals and 8 assists.

Moore signed a two-year deal with Tampa Bay in 2010 and was traded to San Jose in the middle of the 2012 season.

When Moore first signed in Tampa Bay, GM Steve Yzerman said “Dominic’s skating ability, strength on face-offs and versatility will be a great addition to our line up.” (TBL)

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Buzz: Dominic Moore has told the Rangers that NY is where he wants to be

Dominic Moore6/24/14 | 10:36PM: Dominic Moore has told the Rangers that he wants to stay in New York but will have to see what other offers are out there if nothing is done by next week. (NY Post)

Moore said that he told the Rangers he wants to “keep it simple” and that his agent has been in touch with the Rangers bu there hasn’t been any negotiating yet. (NY Post)

Larry Brooks writes that it is “imperative” that the Rangers bring Moore back and can probably do it for between $1.7 million and $2 million on a two-year deal.

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News: Dominic Moore Wins Masterton Trophy

7:34AM: Dominic Moore has won the 2014 Bill Masterton Trophy

The Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy is awarded “to the player who best exemplifies the qualities of perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication to hockey.”

In his speech accepting the award, Moore said “Thank you, first it’s great to see Rich standing here and hopefully we will see him on the ice soon. Perhaps, next year. I really appreciate and feel very grateful for this award. It’s an award I have a ton of respect for. Perseverance is something that I have tried to bring into my life and it’s something that doesn’t happen on your own and it’s a team thing. I would like to thank my family, my friends, the Rangers organization, my teammates. I have had a lot of good examples of perseverance and none more than my wife Katie so this award is very meaningful and I am very grateful so thank you.”

7:46PM: Moore spoke with PK Subban and said, “We all grew up dreaming about this and taking some time off you appreciate the little things about the game…..The simplest advice is to get better everyday and who knows where it will take you.”

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