Moore scored his seventh goal of the season while recording a plus-3 rating in Saturday's 5-4 loss against the Coyotes. Moore posted just one point over six games in February and he has just one point through six outings in March. He isn't producing much in the way of offense this season. Unless he finds his way back onto the power play he doesn't warrant much in the way of fantasy consideration.
Moore (concussion) will rejoin the lineup for Sunday's game against the Sharks, Chris Ryan of NJ.com,/a> reports. Moore suggested that he's got no hesitations about being hit. "I'm definitely going to approach it by keeping my game simple. Try and get a hit early," Moore told NJ Advance Media. "I definitely don't have any reservations in my mind about getting hit. I feel like I'm stronger than I was when I went down." The blueliner's had a decent season for the Devils when healthy, totaling 13 points (five goals, eight assists) over 37 games. His minus-6 rating isn't surprising given that he plays for a team with a minus-27 goal differential on the season. He may slot in alongside Steve Santini in Sunday's pairings and is a likely candidate to rejoin the second unit on New Jersey's man advantage.
Moore (concussion) will not suit up against the Sabres on Monday, Andrew Gross of The Record reports. According to coach John Hynes, Moore will need some additional ice time at practice before he is given the all clear to return. The defenseman has yet to get into a game in 2017, as he has now missed 16 straight with this concussion. With injuries piling up on the Devils blue line, Karl Stollery will replace the 26-year-old Moore for the time being. The Illinois native should have plenty of time to practice as New Jersey prepare to kick off their bye week on Tuesday.
Moore (concussion) is still on injured reserve and is projected to miss Tuesday night's game in Detroit, according to NHL.com. The fact that Moore remains on IR is a strong indication that he'll miss his 14th consecutive game and, as a result, every game in the month of January. Concussions can be tricky, so there will surely be some news if and when Moore passes protocol and is cleared by the team to return to action. Kyle Qunicey will likely continue to serve on New Jersey's second defensive pairing with Moore still out.
Moore (concussion) will miss Tuesday's game against LA, Andrew Gross of the Record reports. The blueliner has been progressing well, but isn't quite ready to return yet. His next chance to return will come Wednesday, but if not then, he will get another four days to rest courtesy of the All-Star break before the next game on Jan. 31.
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