From the Bruins release:
- Moore, 36, spent the past three seasons with the New York Rangers. In 2015-16, he skated in 80 games, registering six goals and nine assists, while also contributing one goal in five postseason contests.
- Moore was the 2013-14 recipient of the Bill Masterson Memorial Trophy, given to the player who "best exemplifies the qualities of perseverance, sportsmanship, and dedication to hockey."
This past season Moore finished a two-year contract with the Rangers worth $1.5 million.
The Rangers did not have interest in bringing Moore back for this season.
He praised Chris Kreider during the summer around the time that Kreider signed his new contract.
Adam Rotter: Good for Dominic Moore to get a chance to stay in the league but his time with the Rangers was past due. He struggled at times last season and wasn't the player, penalty killer or forechecker that he had been the previous two-years with the Rangers. He's a quality player who had a leadership role during his time with the Rangers and will always be the one who scored the lone goal that sent the Rangers to the Stanley Cup Final in 2014.