It’s been a long and winding career for NHL veteran Dominic Moore, and it will now take him overseas for a new adventure. The 38-year old veteran has signed a contract with the ZSC Lions of the Swiss NLA for the remainder of the season.
Moore spent all of last season with the Toronto Maple Leafs, but found himself stuck in the press box for many of the games. Suiting up 50 times, the veteran forward recorded a career-low 12 points and found himself without a job this summer. Since he was out of work, Moore took part in the recent Spengler Cup with Canada and showed that he still has a bit left in his playing career.
Signing in Europe is something entirely different for Moore, who played 998 career NHL games including the postseason and hasn’t even seen the minor leagues in more than a decade. If he doesn’t get into another NHL game he’ll end with 282 regular season points.