Moore was called up from AHL Providence on Thursday, per CapFriendly. Moore cleared waivers last week, and it appears the Bruins will bounce him to and from the minors to accrue cap savings at times this year. The 30-year-old defenseman seems likely to be around at least as a depth option for Saturday's season opener against the Stars.
Moore was reassigned to AHL Providence on Wednesday, per CapFriendly. Moore was listed on the initial Opening Night roster. With his demotion, the Bruins have an open spot on the roster, so it's possible the 30-year-old blueliner is called up again prior to Saturday's season opener versus the Stars.
Moore is listed on the Bruins' initial roster ahead of the start of the 2021-22 season. Per Jimmy Murphy of Boston Hockey Now, Moore cleared waivers Saturday, paving the way for him to make the Bruins' initial roster. The 30-year-old is bouncing back from a hip injury that ended his 2020-21 season and is slated to serve as a spare blueliner for the team out of the gate. However, once injuries hit, Moore has the experience and skating ability to step seamlessly into Boston's lineup.
Moore was placed on waivers by the Bruins on Saturday, Sportsnet's Chris Johnston reports. Moore appears to have been beaten out for a spot on the 23-man roster by the likes of Connor Clifton and Jakub Zboril. The 30-year-old veteran was limited to just five games last season in which he registered two assists, eight shots and two PIM while averaging 20:59 of ice time. Moore should be atop the list of potential call-ups should an injury pop up on the blue line.
Moore (hip) was activated off injured reserve Thursday, per CapFriendly. Moore was limited to just five games last season due to his hip injury, picking up two assists and a minus-3 rating over that span. The 30-year-old blueliner will likely be limited to a rotational, bottom-four role with the Bruins in 2021-22.
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