Moore has signed with the ZSC Lions of the Swiss National League, Julia Kreuz of Sportsnet reports.
The 38-year-old had 12 points in 50 games with the Maple Leafs last season. Moore had a solid career as a depth forward, but at this age, playing overseas is probably more his speed until he decides to hang up his skates for good.
Moore was a healthy scratch in 13 of the final 15 regular season games and appeared in just two postseason contests.
The 37-year-old fell out of favor down the stretch and the team's acquisition of Tomas Plekanec certainly didn't help. Moore finished the season with six goals and 12 points, the lowest point total of his career. The clock is ticking on his NHL career, and it seems to have already expired on his fantasy value.
Moore scored his sixth goal of the season in Tuesday's 3-2 overtime loss to the Panthers.
Moore has seen action in 47 games this season, but he's not a coach favorite. The arrival of Tomas Plekanec all but reduces his limited ice time, so there's not much fantasy value here.
Moore has no points in 10 games for December.
Moore saw a lot more time in December than usual, as he'd been alternating on and off the fourth line every couple games prior to this point. His value is linked to his defensive ability, not his offensive chops.
Moore picked up a goal and an assist in Thursday's 6-4 win at Edmonton.
Both of Moore's points came in the opening frame, as he took advantage of Edmonton backup Laurent Brossoit in the netminder's first start since Cam Talbot (upper body) was placed on injured reserve. The 37-year-old forward has nine points in 18 games, but he's unlikely to sustain that pace after failing to reach 30 in a season since the 2010-11 campaign.
Moore has recorded a lone helper over his last five outings.
After beating out Eric Fehr for the fourth-line center role, Moore has struggled to produce in the offensive zone with a mere two points in his last 10 appearances. While the 37-year-old's role is not to be a goal scorer, one has to imagine the club will want to give youngsters Josh Leivo and Nikita Soshnikov a look sooner rather than later.
Moore dressed Saturday against the Rangers and scored a goal.
Moore and Eric Fehr are battling for the fourth-line pivot role and the two men have split the games so far. Both are better on the ice than 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.
Moore scored a goal with a plus-2 rating, a minor penalty and six shots in Monday's 4-2 loss against the Maple Leafs.
Moore has goals in back-to-back games for the first time since he scored three goals in a two-game span in April 2015. Moore is worth a roll of the dice as a low-cost DFS option while running hot, but his fantasy appeal in seasonal play remains limited to the deepest of formats.
Moore saw 15:58 worth of ice time in Sunday's 6-3 win over the Stars.
In the process, Moore logged two blocks and a minus-1 rating. To date, the veteran forward has notched nine goals and 18 points over the course of 62 games, to go along with 32 PIM. In his role centering the B's fourth line, however, the 36-year-old's fantasy value remains modest.
Moore notched a helper in Thursday's 4-3 win over the Penguins, while seeing 11:57 worth of ice time.
With eight goals and 15 points over 52 games to date, Moore's fantasy value remains modest, but the 36-year-old has proved to be a nice depth addition to the Bruins' forward corps, while providing a reliable veteran presence on the team's fourth line.
Moore scored his seventh goal of the year during Wednesday's loss to Washington.
Moore has been an opportunistic scorer for the Bruins, and while his seven tallies represent an admirable start to the season, he's not a reliable fantasy option. He entered Wednesday's game averaging just 12:58 of ice per night and beginning 53 percent of his shifts in the defensive zone.
Moore scored his first goal of the season during Monday's game against Winnipeg.
Moore registered just 12 goals through 162 games over the past two seasons, and the 36-year-old veteran is unlikely to bulge the twine with any more frequency this year. While he's still a responsible defensive center, Moore doesn't move the needle in any of the counting stats enough to make him a viable fantasy option.
Moore (undisclosed) is in the lineup for Thursday's preseason game against Columbus, Tom Reed of the Columbus Dispatch reports.
Moore hasn't participated in the Bruins' last two preseason contests due to an undisclosed injury, but was never in serious danger of missing any regular-season action with the ailment. The 36-year-old winger should be fully healthy ahead of Boston's Oct. 13 season opener against the Blue Jackets, but won't be worth owning in most fantasy leagues this season as a bottom-six forward with limited offensive upside.
Moore is day-to-day with an undisclosed injury, Joe Haggerty of CSNNE.com reports.
Moore was pulled from the lineup card Friday due to the ailment but the team is saying that it is "not a major injury." The 36-year-old center could be ready for Boston's preseason matchup with Montreal on Oct. 4.
Moore signed a one-year deal with Boston on Tuesday worth $900,000.
Moore had one of his least productive seasons with the Rangers in 2015-16 as he tallied a mere 6 goals, 9 helpers, and 32 PIM. The 36-year-old appears to be fading somewhat as Father Time catches up to him. The center adds some veteran depth to the Bruins organization, but not much else beyond that and fantasy owners may want to consider other options for low cost value picks.