Dominic Moore is a fourth-line player that still has speed despite his age. His offense is limited -- he had 11 goals and 14 assists in 82 games with the Bruins last year -- and you won't see that trend up in 2017-18. Moore will be a solid forechecker and penalty killer, but that won't help you in the fantasy arena.
Moore agreed to terms on a one-year, $1 million deal with the Leafs on Saturday. The acquisition of Moore will certainly raise the average age of the Leafs as they add the veteran to their lineup. The 36-year-old is unlikely to break any scoring records, but should be able to provide quality depth scoring on the third or fourth line as well as help show the young Leafs the ropes. With a bevy of talent around him, the Ontario native could repeat his 2016-17 performance -- 11 goals and 14 helpers.
Moore (undisclosed) will be ready to play in Wednesday's playoff opener against the Senators. While the 36-year-old's role as a fourth-liner limits his fantasy upside, Moore did manage to chip in 11 goals and 25 points to go along with a plus-2 rating in 82 regular-season games for the B's.
Though he missed practice Tuesday, Moore (undisclosed) is expected to play in Wednesday's playoff opener against the Senators. The same applies to top-six forward David Krejci, while Moore's status affects the composition of the Bruins' fourth line. The well-traveled journeyman forward wasn't a big fantasy producer this past season, but Moore did manage to chip in 11 goals and 25 points while logging a plus-2 rating and playing in all 82 games.
Moore posted an assist with a plus-2 rating in Saturday's 2-1 win against the Islanders. Moore has two goals and six points over his past seven games, as he continues his unlikely production from the checking line. Still, he has just 11 goals and 24 points through 75 games.
Moore picked up two assists (one shorthanded) in Thursday's loss to the Lightning. The veteran fourth-liner has been generating a surprising amount of offense lately, picking up five points in his last six games -- that's about as hot as you'll ever see him get. Don't count on it to continue, as Moore owns just 23 points in 74 contests spent mostly as a penalty-killing grinder for Boston.
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