Dominic Moore C NYR 17 Days

Moore scored an empty netter in Wednesday's 4-1 win over Anaheim.

Moore has now tickled the twine twice in his last three games. However, don't let that surge in scoring fool you. Moore is not a consistent offensive producer, and only holds fantasy value in very deep formats.

Dominic Moore C NYR 2 Months

Moore dished out a pair of helpers in Monday's 4-3 win over the Penguins.

Moore hadn't factored on to the scoresheet for five consecutive games entering Monday, but snapped that streak with his second two-point effort of the season. He provides valuable minutes for his club, but his production doesn't translate for fantasy purposes.

Dominic Moore C NYR 2 Months

Moore scored his first goal of the season in Sunday's 5-0 win over the Canadiens.

Moore now has six points on the season through 20 games. Though he's on pace to top his 18 point total from a year ago, Moore will likely end up only in the 25-30 point range and does not hold much fantasy value in most leagues.

Dominic Moore C NYR 3 Months

Moore has three points (all assists) in 12 games played this season.

Despite seeing more than his customary fourth line minutes, Moore has contributed his customary minimal fantasy impact. With that said, Derek Stepan (leg) is widely expected to return to action on Saturday against the Maple Leafs, so you can expect Moore to return to his fourth line checking duties.

Dominic Moore C NYR 7 Months

Dominic Moore said is "grateful" to stick with the Rangers after signing a two-year contract extension this offseason.

Moore has played for nine different teams in his nine full NHL seasons, twice playing for New York. He had an excellent season after a year away from hockey to cope with the death of his wife. "It was an amazing last two months to the season," said Moore. "It took me a while to get back up to speed. There were no shortcuts. But to think about how far we went as a team after the way we started the season was something that was very rewarding personally."

Dominic Moore C NYR 7 Months

Dominic Moore has re-signed with the Rangers for two years.

Moore is a nice NHL hockey player but given that he will toil on the team's third or fourth line he has no fantasy value.

Dominic Moore C NYR 7 Months

The Rangers don't seem willing to "pay to keep" Dominic Moore, according to Larry Brooks of the NY Post.

Moore is reportedly seeking a three-year deal between $1.6 million and $1.85 million per season. The Masterton Trophy winner was the Rangers' best face-off man and was exceptional on the penalty kill, along with being an integral piece to the fourth line. He notched 18 points last season, with eight more in the playoffs. Sure, the Rangers have key restricted free agents to sign and will be tight to the cap, but it's still odd to hear them being priced out of their unrestricted free agents.

Dominic Moore C NYR 7 Months

Dominic Moore won the Bill Masterton Trophy.

Moore returned to the NHL for the 2013-14 campaign after skipping the 2012-13 campaign to grieve for his wife, who passed away from a rare form of liver cancer. "I really appreciate and feel very grateful for this award," Moore said. "It's an award I have a ton of respect for. Perseverance is something I've tried to bring to my life. I've had really good examples of perseverance over the years and none so much as my wife, Katie. So this award is very meaningful."

Dominic Moore C NYR 7 Months

Dominic Moore, who can become an unrestricted free agent in July, would like to be back with the Rangers next season.

"Obviously, I'd love to come back," Moore said Monday. "It was a lot of fun to be here this year. Especially after coming back from time off, it was very rewarding here in a lot of ways." After his wife passed away from a rare form of liver cancer, he took the entire 2012-13 season off before returning in 2013-14. Moore skated primarily on the fourth line and served as a dependable depth player. He is strong on faceoffs (54.6 winning percentage) and contributed 18 points in 73 games. He also tallied three goals and five assists in 25 playoff matches.

Dominic Moore C NYR 8 Months

Dominic Moore scored the lone goal Thursday as the New York Rangers outlasted Montreal by a score of 1-0 to reach the Stanley Cup Finals for the first time since 1994.

Moore's third of the postseason late in the second period stood up as the only tally in a the contest, a stark difference from the end-to-end action from Game 5. Brian Boyle and Ryan McDonagh drew assists for New York in the series-clinching victory.