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17 John Moore D
Height/Weight: 6-3/214 | Birthdate: 11/19/1990 | Birthplace: Chicago, IL, USA | Team: New York Rangers | College: None | NHL Experience: 4 | Salary: $810,000 | Owned/Started%: 3/1 | Average Draft Position: 235.29
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12/9/2014

John Moore, D, NYR

John Moore

Rangers' Moore Will Play On Monday

News: John Moore will play in Monday's game against the Penguins.
Analysis: John Moore was a healthy scratch for the Rangers' past two games on Friday and Saturday but will be back in the lineup on Monday. It seems like Moore will be replacing Matt Hunwick on the Rangers blueline for the game. Moore has no goals and three assists through 18 games so far this season.

11/28/2014

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John Moore

Rangers' Moore A Healthy Scratch

News: John Moore will be a healthy scratch for Friday's game against the Flyers.
Analysis: The return of Ryan McDonagh from IR will force the Rangers to drop one of their defensemen from his regular role, and it will be John Moore who draws the short end of the stick. Coach Alain Vigneault said third-pairing blueliner Matt Hunwick has been more dependable with the puck than Moore has of late, which was likely the primary factor in the lineup decision.

11/11/2014

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John Moore

Rangers' Moore Back In Tuesday

News: John Moore will make his return to the lineup Tuesday against the Penguins.
Analysis: With his five-game suspension now completed, John Moore will pair back up with Mike Kostka for his first game since Oct. 27. The blueliner had one point, 10 penalty minutes and 16 hits in his nine games prior to the suspension.

10/29/2014

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John Moore

Rangers' Moore Suspended Five Games

News: John Moore has been suspended five games for his illegal hit on the Wild's Erik Haula during Monday's game, Bob McKenzie of TSA.ca reports.
Analysis: The elbow to the head earned John Moore an ejection from Monday's tilt, and upon review by the NHL's Department of Player Safety, it's been determined a ban of five games is sufficient punishment. With Dan Boyle (hand) not expected back for several weeks and Moore now out as well, the Rangers figure to add a defenseman from the AHL ahead of Saturday's game.

10/28/2014

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John Moore

Rangers' Moore To Have Disciplinary Hearing Weds.

News: John Moore, who was ejected from Monday's game against the Wild for his illegal hit on Erik Haula, will have an in-person disciplinary hearing with the NHL's Department of Player Safety on Wednesday morning, Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News reports.
Analysis: John Moore is expected to receive a suspension of at least six games for the vicious elbow to Haula's head, though he'll have the opportunity to plead his case before a decision is reached. Mike Kostka would likely be called upon to replace Moore in the lineup for however many games he's forced to sit out.

10/28/2014

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John Moore

Rangers' Moore Facing Suspension For Monday Hit

News: John Moore could face a suspension of at least six games for his hit on Minnesota's Erik Haula in Monday's game, Andrew Gross of the The Record reports.
Analysis: It was originally reported that John Moore would have a phone hearing -- meaning a suspension of five games or less -- in connection with his hit in Monday's game, but it now appears there is a good possibility he will have an in-person meeting, which would mean a suspension of at least six games. Either way, it's looking likely that Moore will be forced to sit out several games for his actions in Monday's contest.

10/28/2014

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John Moore

Rangers' J. Moore To Be Suspended?

News: John Moore was given a game misconduct penalty for his hit on Erik Haula in Monday's 5-4 victory over the Wild.
Analysis: Despite the fact that Haula clearly embellished the impact, the hit to the head was clearly intentional and too high for the NHL's standards. Although the penalty minutes were John Moore's first of the season through nine games, with a two-game suspension for elbowing Montreal's Dale Weise in last season's Eastern Conference playoffs barely in his rear-view mirror, new discipline czar Stephanie Quintal could look to make an example out of him. Moore has just one assist through the first nine games of the season, keeping his fantasy impact low.

10/10/2014

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John Moore

Rangers' J. Moore To Move Up Ranks

News: John Moore could get time on the team's first power play unit, reports Andrew Gross of The Record.
Analysis: With defenseman Dan Boyle (hand) expected to miss four-to-six weeks, it appears the former first-round pick of the Blue Jackets (2009) will be one of the first in line for an increase in overall ice time and specialty play. John Moore collected four goals and 11 assists through 74 games on the team's third pairing last season.

9/10/2014

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John Moore

Rangers, Moore Reach Agreement On Deal

News: John Moore signed a one-year, $850,000 contract with the Rangers on Wednesday, Larry Brooks of the New York Post reports.
Analysis: John Moore's 15 points in 74 games last season wouldn't seem to suggest an ascension to universal fantasy relevance is in order, but since he's still just 23 years old, some more growth could still exist in his game. He'll more than likely open the season as one of the Rangers' third-pairing rearguards, but it wouldn't be surprising to see him emerge as a top-four player on defense as the campaign wears on.

6/7/2014

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John Moore

Rangers' John Moore Active For Game 2

News: John Moore is active for Saturday's Game 2 of the Stanley Cup finals against the Kings, Jim Cerny of the Rangers' Official Website reports.
Analysis: John Moore will replace Raphael Diaz, who logged 10:15 of ice time in Game 1. Moore was suspended for the final two games of the Western Conference finals, and he hasn't played in a game since May 27.

5/28/2014

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John Moore

Rangers' Moore Suspended Two Games

News: John Moore has been suspended two games by the NHL, TSN reports.
Analysis: The suspension comes on the heels of John Moore's ejection from Tuesday's Game 5, when the defenseman blindsided Montreal forward Dale Weise. He was initially given a match penalty, but the league opted to extend the ban to two games, likely to discourage the Habs from seeking retribution for the hit. That means Moore will miss Thursday's Game 6, as well as either Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals or Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals. Look for Raphael Diaz to join the lineup in his place.

5/27/2014

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John Moore

Rangers' Moore Facing Possible Suspension

News: John Moore was ejected from Tuesday's Game 5 loss for a hit to the Canadiens' Dale Weise.
Analysis: The clipping-with-complimentary-headshot delivered by John Moore was quite reminiscent of Brandon Prust's jaw-breaking hit on Derek Stepan in Game 3, but Weise didn't appear to suffer an injury. It seems likely Moore's suspended for a game or two, meaning the Rangers will have to fill his spot on the blue line in Thursday's Game 6.

5/18/2014

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John Moore

Rangers' J. Moore Back in The Fold

News: John Moore registered an assist in a Game 1 rout (7-2) of Montreal on Saturday.
Analysis: After having his power play time taken away and being scratched in Game 3 against Pittsburgh, the former first-round pick (2009) has had a somewhat troubling post season. However, the 23-year-old logged nearly 18-minutes of ice time -including four-plus minutes on the man-advantage- in Saturday's win, so perhaps his first point of the playoffs is a sign of things to come.

5/6/2014

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John Moore

Rangers Bench Moore For Game 3

News: John Moore didn't dress for Monday's Game 3 loss against the Penguins.
Analysis: Raphael Diaz replaced him in the lineup and on the power play, and played a solid game even though the Rangers were shut out. That may mean John Moore takes a seat in the press box again in Game 4.

5/4/2014

John Moore, D, NYR Rangers' J. Moore Demoted From Power Play Unit?

John Moore

Rangers' J. Moore Demoted From Power Play Unit?

News: John Moore did not join the team's power play line rushes during practice on Sunday, reports Andrew Gross of The Record.
Analysis: With a better-than-average point shot and puck-moving abilities, head coach Alain Vigneault gave the Illinois native a shot, but he proved to be ineffective. With the power play struggling to cash in on most opportunities, Vigneault is obviously trying to shake things up and there's no telling when John Moore will get his next opportunity on the man advantage. The former first round pick (2009), who had been seeing regular power play time on the team's second unit, has yet to find the scorer's sheet through eight playoff games.

4/27/2014

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John Moore

Rangers' J. Moore Sees More Power Play Time

News: John Moore logged 2-plus minutes of power play time in a 4-2 Game 5 win over Philadephia on Sunday.
Analysis: The strangest part is he only logged 13 minutes of total ice time. John Moore nearly had an assist, if not for Martin St. Louis' goal being disallowed. Although the 23-year-old has been held off the scorer's sheet for the entire series and his total ice time has steadily decrease during the course of the series, head coach Alain Vigneault clearly has use for the former first-round pick.

4/4/2014

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John Moore

Rangers' Moore Logs Goal In Return

News: John Moore (concussion) returned to the New York lineup Thursday, finishing with a goal in the shootout loss to the Wild.
Analysis: After missing nearly the last two weeks with a concussion, John Moore returned on defense for the Rangers, taking the place of the ailing Ryan McDonagh. He saw 15:12 of total ice time in the game, working in a tandem with Dan Girardi.

3/31/2014

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John Moore

Rangers' Moore Closing In On Return

News: John Moore (concussion) needs one more practice before he'll be ready to return to the lineup, Andrew Gross of The Record reports.
Analysis: The blueliner has been sidelined since March 21 with a concussion, but is reportedly close to making a return. The Rangers practice again on Wednesday, so it sounds like John Moore will miss Tuesday's game against the Canucks, but could suit up Thursday against the Avalanche.

3/29/2014

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John Moore

Rangers' Moore A Possibility For Next Week

News: Coach Alain Vigneault said John Moore (concussion) could be back in the lineup at some point next week, Andrew Gross of the Bergen Record reports.
Analysis: While Vigneault went ahead and ruled John Moore out for Sunday's contest against Edmonton, it sounds like with a few more practices under his belt, the defenseman could draw back in immediately. There's a realistic chance he could be available Tuesday in Vancouver.

3/26/2014

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John Moore

Rangers' Moore Skates

News: John Moore (concussion) skated on his own and took shots during Wednesday's morning skate, Steve Zipay of Newsday reports.
Analysis: It's nice that John Moore was able to return to on-ice activities, but he'll still need to be cleared for contact before we'll have a better timetable for his return. The blueliner has racked up three goals and 10 assists in 69 games this season.

3/24/2014

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John Moore

Rangers' Moore Makes A Little Progress

News: John Moore (concussion) reported that he felt better while getting in some light conditioning work Monday, Steve Zipay of the Newsday reports.
Analysis: John Moore will miss his second straight game Monday as he remains under the league's concussion protocol, but it's nice to see that he's progressing from the head injury in some regard. He was able to ride a stationary bike Monday and could resume some on-ice activities in the coming days if his recovery remains positive.

3/22/2014

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John Moore

Rangers' Moore Has Concussion

News: John Moore has been diagnosed with a concussion.
Analysis: As was feared, the hit to the head suffered by John Moore on Friday resulted in a concussion, which will more than likely take the defenseman out of the lineup for multiple games. He had tallied 13 points in 69 games for the Rangers and will set his sights on returning before the postseason begins.

3/22/2014

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John Moore

Rangers' Moore Not Expected To Play Saturday

News: John Moore (upper body) will not play Saturday against the Devils, Andrew Gross of the Bergen Record reports.
Analysis: John Moore appeared to hit his head into the boards on a check by the Blue Jackets' Blake Comeau on Friday night, leaving the game and not returning. The Rangers planned to re-evaluate Moore before Saturday's game, but Raphael Diaz is nonetheless likely to take his spot in the lineup against the Devils.

3/21/2014

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John Moore

Rangers' Moore Suffers Injury Friday

News: John Moore played just 6:02 Friday against the Blue Jackets and left with an apparent injury. Coach Alain Vigneault said he would be re-evaluated Saturday.
Analysis: There was no word as to the type of injury or the extent of it, so consider him day-to-day for now and expect the Rangers to update his condition over the weekend.

3/19/2014

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John Moore

Moore Collects Goal In Win Over Ottawa

News: John Moore was a plus-1 with a goal and five shots on net in Tuesday's 8-4 win over Ottawa.
Analysis: That's John Moore's first point in five games and first goal since November. Although Moore has been more prone to joining the offensive play since the arrival of Kevin Klein, it doesn't appear to have completely sunk into the young defenseman. With three points over his last seven games played, we would like to suggest he's developing before our eyes, but we've been fooled before. For now, dynasty-league owners should be most interested and all other formats should wait for more consistency from the third-pairing guy with an offensive upside.