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Video- A Time Of Reflection For Dominic Moore

The Inside Hockey segment tonight on CBC was a feature with Elliotte Friedman on Dominic Moore reflecting on his life with his now deceased wife Katie Moore.

 

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Rangers Sign Dominic Moore

Took a year off after the death of his wife.

 

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Dominic Moore Releases A Statement Of Appreciation

via a release from the NHLPA,

“On behalf of my family, I'd like to express our deep appreciation for the overwhelming care and sympathy we have received since my wife's passing on Monday. The example Katie displayed throughout her life and in particular during her illness is a source of continued strength and inspiration for us all, as is the love and support of those around us. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the future Katie Moore foundation at katiemoore.org.”

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Dominic Moore’s Wife Undergoing Treatment For Liver Cancer

via Mark Emmons of the Mercury News,

When the Sharks acquired center Dominic Moore before the February trade deadline, they hoped the savvy veteran could be a late-season difference-maker. Instead, Moore struggled in San Jose and didn’t even play in the final two games of the Sharks’ first-round playoff loss to St. Louis.

But Tuesday Moore revealed that his family has been dealing with a personal crisis that may have contributed to his lack of production on the ice. In a statement released by the Sharks, Moore said that his wife Katie was diagnosed with a rare liver cancer toward the end of the season and underwent surgery at an undisclosed California hospital in April.

“While it was disappointing to not be able to compete with my Sharks teammates in the playoffs, my wife’s condition and care come first and I want to thank the Sharks organization, my teammates and their families for the love and support that has been shown to Katie and I during this difficult time,” Moore said in a statement. “We continue to pursue the best treatment and care for Katie.”

The statement did not elaborate on the current health of Katie Moore, and a team spokesman said the Moore family will not have any further comment at this time.

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Lightning Trade Moore To San Jose

TAMPA BAY - The Tampa Bay Lightning have acquired a second-round pick in the 2012 NHL Entry Draft (previously acquired from Minnesota) from the San Jose Sharks in exchange for forward Dominic Moore and their seventh-round selection in 2012, Vice President and General Manager Steve Yzerman announced.

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Shanahan Explains Moore Fine

On February 10th, the NHL announced Dominic Moore was fined $2,500 for his hit on Ruslan Fedotenko.

Today, the NHL released a video on why he was fined.

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Different Name, Same Results

from Larry Brooks of the New York Post,

The Campbellization of the NHL Department of Player Safety is complete.

No doubt that while acting as the league’s chief discipline officer, Colin Campbell believed in his heart he was acting in the league’s best interest when he combed through the rule book searching for technicalities in order to grant leniency to miscreants who came before the bar.

Now, his successor, Brendan Shanahan, apparently has adopted the same philosophical approach in dealing with defendants who come before his court after having begun his tenure with a heavy gavel that caught everyone’s attention and suggested victims of senseless aggression on the rink would finally get justice.

The decision not to suspend the Lightning’s Dominic Moore after his head-high shoulder concussed Ruslan Fedotenko at the Garden on Thursday — because the shoulder knocked the Ranger’s stick into his own head — is straight out of the previous script that apparently has reappeared as the NHL’s bible.

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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.

The incident occurred at 3:05 of the third period. A minor penalty for roughing was assessed on the play.

If you missed the hit, it can be viewed here.

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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.

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Video- Dominic Moore With the Game Winner?

You decide…

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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Lightning/Maple Leafs, 11/09/10

From a Tampa Bay Lightning perspective, all was quite good at the St. Pete Times Forum last night and, while a 4-0 shutout for the home squad makes the latter parts of Good/Bad/Ugly slightly more difficult for yours truly, we’ll take it. (And it sure beats most of the G, B & Us put together in years past where the Good was often a stretch and the Bad and Ugly could have gone on for days.)

Now then…

The Good

#stamkosmath
What started as an outright joke, as in, “Steven Stamkos is currently on pace for 98 goals this season,” is becoming less funny and more scary good serious with every tally for the 20-year-old Lightning superstar. With two more last night, Stamkos’ early season line of 13 goals and 11 assists for 24 points is better than Crosby, better than Ovechkin, better than the entire league and setting a breakneck pace that, as everyone’s new favorite hashtag, #stamkosmath, is documenting by-the-second (well, sort of) on Twitter, projects roughly to a 76-goal, 141-point total over 82 games. (In the interest of showing marksman-like precision, #stamkosmath actually dictates that 91’s projected numbers are 76.142857 goals and 140.57143 points.)

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The Bolts Beat, 11/09/10: Tampa’s Western Swing, Stamkos Contract, Injury Woes and JJ Said WHAT?

In the latest episode of The Bolts Beat, Mark and Mike pile up on Jon for coming clean about not being able to stay up for late games recently but, later, Jon returns fire by taking the show to a very dark, dark place. Aside from Tampa’s recent west coast road trip, the boys discuss the scuttlebutt surrounding Steven Stamkos’ second contract, the Lightning’s recent rash of injuries (including that of Simon Gagne, who remains out) and the weekly end-show segments are, as usual, full of vim and vigor. “Missing the Mark” targets NHL commissioner Gary Bettman, Mike’s “Missed Call of the Week” goes after an officiating staff for their entire body of work in one particular game and Jon’s “What the Hell Was That?” has the Hall of Fame induction committee in its crosshairs.

Enjoy. This one’s a doozy…

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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Lightning/Stars, 10/18/10

When you get waxed as the Tampa Bay Lightning did Saturday night in Sunrise, 6-0 to the Florida Panthers, all you can ask for is a rebound to the tune of two points in the following game. The Bolts got just that last night against Dallas, so complaints can be held to a minimum. Besides, as head coach Guy Boucher said during the preseason, this team won’t be at their best in the first 5, 10, 15 games of the season. And who would want them to be? Certainly, all would rather a club peak much, much (much, much, much) later, no?

Nevertheless, analyze we must.

Hence, the original: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly...

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The Bolts Beat, 10/19/10: Lightning on the Road and a Look Ahead, Plus NHL Officiating Issues & More

In the latest episode of The Bolts Beat, the boys discuss the Tampa Bay Lightning’s first road swing of the season and preview the week ahead for the Bolts, Jon’s “What the Hell Was That?” segment brings up an interesting debate on replay, major penalties and the like, Mike defends referees (a sure sign of the apocalypse) and much more.

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JJ’s Three Cheers: 10/15/10, Plus a Look Around the Southeast this Weekend

Today’s three cheers, bestowed upon those who excelled for their clubs in action yesterday:

***Cheers to Nashville’s Steve Sullivan, who had a pair of the three first period goals for his club, en route to a 4-3 Predators win. Sullivan had a chance to complete the rare single stanza hat trick in the waning seconds of the first but was denied on a breakaway by Jaroslav Halak in the St. Louis net.

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The Bolts Beat, 10/12/10: Lightning Home Opener, Road Trip Ahead, Devils Dilemmas, Wisniewski & More

In the latest episode of The Bolts Beat, Jon, Mike and Mark recap the Lightning’s successful home opener and preview their road trip ahead. The boys also discuss the current (disasterous) state of the New Jersey Devils and the James Wisniewski/Sean Avery incident (how about that? “Sean Avery” and “incident” in the same sentence? Shocker…) Finally, JJ blows his top (again) in the latest installment of “What the Hell Was THAT?”

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Turnaround in Tampa Starts at the Top

Before a single tweak to the roster, the Tampa Bay Lightning were already poised for improvement in 2010-11. With the tumultuous era of previous ownership already behind them when the sale of the team to Jeff Vinik was completed late last season, gone in an instant were any and all off-ice concerns and the circus went back to being an annual visitor to the St. Pete Times Forum rather than a permanent resident. With the appointment of Steve Yzerman as general manager, credibility returned to the franchise and new head coach Guy Boucher was widely regarded as the hottest commodity on the off-season coaching market.

Without a solitary player move, hockey life in Tampa was good again.

But far be it from Yzerman to rest on the comfort that fans surely feel by him simply not being one of those other guys. The addition of former Flyers forward Simon Gagne headlines a list of shrewd off-season maneuvers for the rookie GM and the revamped roster could very well translate to the sort of on-ice success that will make Lightning followers quickly forgot about three non-playoff seasons gone by.

 

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Raw Charge’s Five Questions for JJ

The staff at SB Nation’s Raw Charge finishes up their Five Questions, Five Answers series today with my responses to their Southeast Division inquries.

Check out the entire piece here, as well as the previous two installments, featuring my The Bolts Beat co-host, Mike Corcoran and Pete Choquette from Bolt Prospects.

As I touched on in closing out this interview, this division as a whole is on the upswing, making the timing of my expanded coverage even more exciting.

Enjoy the Q&A here… And, please, pay my friends at Raw Charge a well-deserved visit.

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Yzerman’s Moves Have Lightning Poised for Marked Improvement

In these early days of the Steve Yzerman era here in Tampa, the consensus opinion on his re-molding of the Lightning roster has been overwhelmingly positive.

He promised a methodical approach and got to work in just that fashion almost immediately, adding here, subtracting there and strengthening the overall product all the while.

Few onlookers, if any, have been unimpressed.

But what has been done under Yzerman to this point, until on-ice results can be considered, that is, has to be labeled with the age-old, “on paper” caveat.

Essentially, Yzerman has shed some dead wood, plugged a few holes, added much-needed depth in key areas and maybe, just maybe, found the spark to reignite his club’s captain’s once-dynamic career. And before we forget, he’s given the hottest young coaching commodity in the hockey world the task of leading these fortified troops to success.

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Southeast Division Statistical Previews by Position: Forwards

As the new season approaches, I’ll be making an effort to preview the Southeast Division in a slow and steady, comprehensive manner. To kick things off, I thought I’d take a look back at last year’s individual player statistics, updated to reflect this summer’s off-season transactions. (In other words, for example, we’ll group Dustin Byfuglien’s 2009-10 statistics with Chicago alongside his new Atlanta Thrashers teammates and their performances from last year.)

In short, we’ll look at last year’s stats with this year’s rosters, both by division as a whole and by individual teams, broken down by position… Because a look to the recent past can often be a good indicator of what’s to come. (Often… Not always. See: Cheechoo, Jonathan.) And, besides, I don’t know that you’ll find a list like this in too many places (at least I hope you won’t… Cause that would mean I spent too much time on all of this!)

To get things started, we’ll start tonight with the forwards.

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Dominic Moore Signs With Tampa

from the Tampa Bay Lightning,

The Tampa Bay Lightning have signed free agent center Dominic Moore to a two-year contract today, Vice President and General Manager Steve Yzerman announced.

“Dominic’s skating ability, strength on face-offs and versatility will be a great edition to our line up,” Yzerman said.  “We’re pleased to welcome him to the organization.”

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Kypreos Reports Dominic Moore Traded To Montreal

from Nick Kypreos Twitter,

Trade. Fla..Dom Moore to mtl for 2nd round pick.

added 6:37pm, via Bob McKenzie tweet,

I can confirm Fla has traded centre Dominic Moore to Montreal for a second round draft in 2011, pending trade call with NHL.

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Report- Panthers Will Sign Dominic Moore

via Steve Gorten of the Sun-Sentinel,

The Panthers have agreed to a one-year contract with free agent center Dominic Moore. The signing is expected to be announced by the team Monday.

“He’s really excited about it,” Moore’s agent, Larry Kelly, who also represents Panthers defenseman Bryan Allen, told the Sun Sentinel on Sunday. “He thinks it’s a huge opportunity to play for Peter DeBoer.”

Kelly said he had been talking with about four teams about Moore.

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Dominic Moore Traded to Sabres

TSN reporting Toronto traded Moore but no team mentioned yet…

Update: Sportsnet reporting to Buffalo.

Update 3:12pm ET: TSN has the details—Moore traded for a 2nd round pick.

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Leafs Will Be Moving Both Moore and Antropov

Brian Burke on a TSN interview is stating definitively that both Dominic Moore and Nik Antropov will be moved today. 

We’ll add updates here later.

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Moore May Be Gone Tomorrow

from Paul Hunter of the Toronto Star, I

t is almost certain that tonight’s game against New Jersey will be Dominic Moore’s last as a Maple Leaf….

Burke, though, was still unwilling to completely close the door on Moore’s future with the Leafs.

“It’s still too early to say,” the GM said last night.

However, it’s difficult to believe Moore will sign in Toronto, even though both parties would like that to happen. It is believed the two sides remain about $1 million (all figures U.S.) apart per season, a gap that is just too wide to be bridged.

Moore, based on his breakout season with the Leafs, is thought to be looking for roughly triple the $900,000 he earns this season with a desired two-year deal in the $5 million range. While that seems steep, there are those who believe Moore could command more than $3 million a season on the open market this summer.

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Decision Time Coming Up For Dominic Moore

from Damien Cox of the Toronto Star,

As a waiver pickup last winter, Moore stands as one of John Ferguson’s better acquisitions during his time as Leaf GM. He’s making $900,000 (U.S.) on a one-year contract, certainly one of the cannier moves Cliff Fletcher made last summer.

Now it’s up to Burke. Trade Moore before the deadline with his value arguably at its peak? Sign him to a multi-year deal this summer? Let him walk as a 28-year-old free agent?...

Moore’s never had much relative financial security in the game, so maybe he’s thinking this is his chance to nail down a solid contract a great deal closer to the league’s $2 million average salary.

Then again, neither he nor his agent, Larry Kelly, has yet broached the matter with Burke.

Going to Harvard might make you smarter, but it doesn’t make you a soothsayer. As the Leafs try to figure what Moore is, he can only wonder where he’s headed.

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Toronto Re-Signs Dominic Moore, 1 Year

Noted on the Sportsnet tracker, Dominic Moore has been re-signed by the Toronto Maple Leafs for 1 year.

More later.

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Dominic Moore On Waivers

from Russo’s Rants,

The Wild has placed center Dominic Moore on waivers, sources confirmed this morning, so Koivu will be able to return tomorrow in Chicago.

After talking to Jacques Lemaire, Doug Risebrough said Lemaire made clear he wants to continue to play Pavol Demitra at center and that Moore would be the odd guy out.

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