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E:60’s “Coming Home”, the story of Dominic Moore

When I sat down to write last night, I was set on a post about Rick Nash. He’s the center of attention lately, and I was going to dive into his traditional and #fancystats to see the impact he was having on the team. But then this E:60 segment was brought to my attention.

For those unfamiliar, E:60 is a show that has short stories on athletes around the world. This time around, Jeremy Schaap focused on the story of Rangers forward and Masterton nomineeĀ Dominic Moore. Moore took 18 months off from hockey to be with his wife, who passed away last year. This is his story, and it’s a tear jerker. I posted a preview below, but the full story is 12 minutes long and can be found here.

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8 Responses to “E:60’s “Coming Home”, the story of Dominic Moore”

  1. Walt says:

    Dominic is, was, and will always be a class act!!

    He stood by his wife, loved, and cared for her, and never asked for any attention. We all should feel for his lose, and be proud of his return, and the leadership he has provided to this team by his example!!!!!!!

    • Centerman21 says:

      It’s true. He is a real good man and deserves the best. I feel for him and hope he’s successful in hockey and his life after he hangs em up for good.
      Maybe it would help having him on one of the PP units to win some offensive zone draws. At least in the 2nd period they could even get him right off after the faceoff for another player if they like. In other words use Moore situationally on the PP. He’s come up huge so far in the playoffs.

  2. Bloomer says:

    Dom is a good man and a heck of a hockey player. Trading him when he was still developing as a NHLer will go down in history as yet another example of the Rangers giving up on players too soon.

  3. Chris F says:

    Such a heart – wrenching story.

    I’d really like to see Moore retained for at least another season. He’s done all that has been asked of him and has been essential in these playoffs so far, battling back in his career despite the most unimaginable of circumstances.

    A Cup for Katie!

  4. Gary says:

    Well thanks Dave, I am blubbering… right in the middle of a work day.

    So glad that Dom took the time he needed (these guys are human after all) and sorted things out and has her with him at all times. He can enjoy life again because he properly dealt with this.

    The NYR are the beneficiaries of having this sound player with his head together.

    • Centerman21 says:

      There aren’t too many non Ranger players I root for but Dom Moore is a guy I will pull for until he retires. I hope the Rangers resign him at seasons end. He’s been one of the best offseason acquisitions.
      His story was a tear jerker I saw it on TV.

  5. Sauce Life says:

    You think hockey players have trouble naming all their kids?