11:09AM: Nick Kypreos mentions Chicago as a place for Dom Moore. (Sportsnet)
7/1/14 | 11AM: Moore is headed to market at 12PM (LeBrun)
6/30/14 | 9:30PM: Moore is seeking a three-year deal worth $1.7 million per season while the Rangers are offering two-years at slightly less money. (NY Post)
2:22PM: The Rangers are in talks to keep Dom Moore. (Brooks)
6/28/ 14 | 7:57PM: Larry Brooks keeps hearing that the Rangers aren't going to pay to keep Dominic Moore. (NY Post)
Moore is believed to be seeking a three-year deal worth between $1.6 million and $1.85 million. (NY Post)
6/27/14: 8:45PM: Dominic Moore's future with the Rangers seems "iffy" (NY Post)
4:39PM: Dominic Moore and his agents have herd nothing yet from the Rangers about their intentions about whether they will bring him back next year or not. (Katie Strang)
Strang says that it's fair to think that Moore will generate interest from teams who are looking to add depth at center.
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6/28/ 14 | 7:57PM: I think it's a mistake to let Dom Moore go, especially if his number will come in under $2 million. Maybe now that the salary cap number has been set the Rangers can work with Moore to find a compromise but there is no good reason for the Rangers to lose Moore when he means so much on the ice (PK, faceoffs, defensive zone, energy) and as a leader in the locker room that has already lost Brad Richards. It's one thing to give Brian Boyle double his current cap hit, it's another to not give Moore a raise of under $1 million.