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Dominic Moore

Dominic Moore

Team Number: 18
Birth Date: 08/03/1980
Height: 6'0''
Weight: 188lbs.
Position: Forward
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Toronto Maple Leafs claimed Dominic Moore off waivers from the Minnesota Wild. Moore has been with the Toronto Maple Leafs since 2008.

Dominic Moore was born on August 3, 1980 in Thornhill, Ontario, Canada. He played college hockey in the Ivy League for the Harvard Crimson between 1999 and 2000, alongside his two older brothers, Mark and Steve Moore. The three were the first ever brother trio to play for the team at the same time. During Dominic Moore's time at Harvard, his talent and playing ability earned him several awards including the ECAC Rookie of the Week (twice), the ECAC All Rookie Team, the Ivy League Rookie of the Year, the Ally Ivy League Rookie of the Year, the George Pearcy Award – Harvard Rookie of the Year, the Second Team All ECAC Team (in which he also received an honorable mention), the All Ivy League Second Team, the John Tudor Cup, the ECAC All Tournament Team and the All Ivy League Selection. Moore finished his college career 11th on the all-time scoring list at Harvard with 147 points.

Dominic Moore was drafted by the New York Rangers in 2000 as a third round NHL entry draft pick. During his first few seasons he played for the Hartford Wolf Pack in the AHL. Moore played his first professional season in the NHL in 03-04. During this year, he registered 14 goals, 25 assists and 60 PIM. His first full season with the Rangers was 05-06, in which he appeared in all 82 games, racking up nine goals and nine assists and 28 PIM.

On July 19th, 2006, Dominic Moore was traded from the New York Rangers to the Pittsburgh Penguins as part of a three team trade. He tallied six goals and nine assists, and also 46 PIM. His season was split on February 27, 2007 when he was traded from the Pittsburgh Penguins to the Minnesota Wild as a 2007 third round draft pick. He played ten games with the Wild with two goals during those ten games.

Dominic Moore is currently single and lives in Thornton, Ontario during the offseason. He lists his family among other sports figures as his inspiration to play NHL hockey. When asked what he loves about Minnesota, his response is the people and the lakes. He loves the sport of hockey because it is “fast and creative.” Moore is also an avid Bruce Springsteen fan. Brother Steve Moore also played in the NHL until he was injured in 2004 and has been unable to play ever since.

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