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Dominic Moore
Dominic Moore
Center
Number: 18
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 192
Shoots: Left
Born: Aug 3, 1980  (Age 34)
Birthplace: Thornhill, ON, Canada
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Acquired: Acquired by Minnesota from the Pittsburgh Penguins in exchange for a third round pick in the 2007 Entry Draft on February 27, 2007.
Drafted: NYR / 2000 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 3rd (95th overall)
Career: Has appeared in 155?NHL games tallying 38 points (17-21=38) and 84 PIM in parts of three seasons for N.Y.?Rangers, Pittsburgh and Minnesota...2006-07: Split his second full NHL season with Pittsburgh and the Wild, playing in 69 games...Recorded two goals, finished with a +3 rating and tallied 10 PIM in 10 games with the Wild...Played in 59 games with Pittsburgh tallying six goals, nine assists and 46 PIM...Played in 100th NHL game vs. TB (11/8)...Was a +2 and won seven of 10 faceoffs in Wild debut at EDM (3/1)...Recorded two first-period goals including the GWG, a +3 rating and five shots at BUF (3/9)...Tied a career-high with four PIM vs. STL?(4/7)...2005-06: Appeared in all 82 games for the N.Y. Rangers in his first full NHL season tallying nine goals and nine assists along with 28 PIM...Was second on the team in SH TOI (293:28) and third on the team in SH TOI per game (3:34)...Set a career high by tallying two goals at MON?(10/29) and added another two-goal game at TB including his only GWG of the season?(11/10)...Won a season-high 11 of 14 faceoffs vs. CAR?(11/19)...Had a +3 rating and matched a career high in points and assists with three helpers vs. CBJ?(1/16)...2004-05: Appeared in 78 games with Hartford (AHL) posting AHL career-highs in goals (19), assists (31), points (50) and PIM?(78)...2003-04: Played in five games with the N.Y.?Rangers in his first professional season and 70 games with Hartford (AHL)...Made his NHL?debut and tallied three assists (two PP assists) at MON (11/1)...Registered 14 goals, 25 assists and 60 PIM in his first season with Hartford (AHL)...AMATEUR: Played four seasons at Harvard University skating in 128 career contests and registering 64 goals, 83 assists and 135 PIM...Finished his collegiate career 11th on the Harvard’s all-time scoring list with 147 points (64-83=147) and 10th on the school’s all-time goals list?(64)...Skated in 34 games in his senior season in 2002-03 tallying a team-high 24 goals and winning the John Tudor Cup as the team’s most valuable player...Named to the ECAC All-Tournament Team...Named as an Honorable Mention All-ECAC pick in his junior season in 2001-02 and a second team All-Ivy League selection while skating in 32 games...Tallied 13 goals and 16 assists along with 37 PIM...Was a first-team All-Ivy League selection and Second Team All-ECAC selection in his sophomore season in 2000-01...Appeared in 32 games and led the team with 43 points (15-28=43), the most scored by a Harvard player since the 1993-94 season...Appeared in 30 games and scored 12 goals to lead the team in his freshman season in 1999-00, becoming the first freshman to lead the team in goals since 1997-98...Finished second on the team in points?(12-12=24) as he helped the Crimson to the Ivy League Championship...Honored as Ivy League Rookie of the Year, All-Ivy League?Second Team and ECAC-All Rookie Team...Chosen by his teammates as Harvard’s rookie of the year, earning him the George Percy Award.

Playoffs: Has played in four career postseason games tallying two?PIM...2006-07: Did not dress for any postseason games with?Minnesota...2005-06: Appeared in his first career postseason game with the N.Y. Rangers at NJ?(4/22) tallying two PIM and two SOG in 14:02 of ice time.

Career Transactions: Acquired by Minnesota from Pittsburgh in exchange for Minnesota’s third round draft pick in the 2007 NHL?Entry Draft, February 27, 2007; Acquired by Pittsburgh with Libor Pivko from Nashville in exchange for?Pittsburgh’s third round draft pick in the 2007 NHL?Entry Draft, July 19, 2006; Acquired by Nashville from N.Y. Rangers in exchange for Adam Hall, July 19, 2006; Selected by N.Y. Rangers in the third round (95th overall) in the 2000?NHL?Entry Draft.

PERSONAL: Dominic Michael Moore is single and resides in Thornhill, Ontario in the offseason...In his spare time plays tennis...Says his most memorable hockey moment is scoring his first three assists in his first NHL game...Lists Doug Gilmour, Andre?Agassi, Michael Jordan and his family as the people most responsible for inspiring his hockey career...Lists Roger Federer as the person he’d most like to meet and as his favorite athlete...His favorite thing about Minnesota is the people and all of the lakes...Loves to play hockey because it’s a fast and creative sport...Lists “Seinfeld” as his favorite TV?show and Braveheart as his favorite movie...His brother, Steve Moore, played in the NHL...Names pizza as his favorite food and cereal as his favorite dish for breakfast...Is a huge fan of Bruce?Springsteen...Names Sacred Hoops by Los Angeles Lakers head coach Phil Jackson the last book he’s read.

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