Moore threw four hits and ended with a minus-2 in Tuesday's 3-0 loss to the Blue Jackets. After missing the first 28 games of the season recovering from shoulder surgery, Moore has played in all but three games. He has recorded two goals, three points and 25 hits in his 17 games. Moore averages only 16:46 in ice time as a member of the Bruins' bottom pairing.
Moore (illness) will be in the lineup against the Capitals on Monday. Moore will be back in action following a two-game stint on the shelf due to his illness. The blueliner has struggled to get on the ice this year, as he has been limited to just six appearances. Given the amount of time the 28-year-old has missed, he will likely be hard pressed to reach the 20-point mark.
Moore (illness) won't play Saturday against Nashville, NHL.com's Eric Russo reports. Moore will miss a second straight game due to an illness. The veteran blueliner, who's picked up two points in six games this campaign, will hope to recover in time for Monday's matchup with Washington.
Moore is under the weather and will miss Thursday's clash with the Islanders, Joe Haggerty of NBC Sports Boston reports. Since returning from a shoulder injury, Moore registered one goal, one assist and 11 shots while averaging just 14:47 of ice time in six games. The blueliner's absence will allow Connor Clifton to slot back into the lineup alongside Matt Grzelcyk.
Moore potted his first goal of the season in a 3-2 loss to the Lightning on Thursday. The goal gave Moore something to be happy about after he took two tripping penalties -- the second of which led to Steven Stamkos scoring Tampa Bay's first goal of the game. Head coach Bruce Cassidy sat Moore for the second half of the second period after the costly penalty, but he got back in the regular rotation in the third. Given the benching, it wouldn't be surprising to see Connor Clifton draw in for Moore for Saturday's game against the Panthers.
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