The 33-year-old has appeared in 501 NHL games with Arizona and Calgary. He attended camp with the Milwaukee Admirals on a PTO in September.
After failing to find work in North America, David Moss has signed with Swiss club HC Biel for the remainder of the season, his agent confirmed to THN.
Moss attended camp with the American Hockey League’s Milwaukee Admirals on a professional try-out contract, but never played a regular season game with the Nashville Predators affiliate.
The 33-year-old scored four goals and eight assists in 60 games with the Arizona Coyotes last season.
Originally a seventh-round selection of the Calgary Flames, Moss appeared in 501 career regular season games with the Flames and Coyotes scoring 78 goals and 178 points.
Former Devils’ prospect Ahren Nittel and Ducks’ forward Maxime Macenauer currently play with EHC Biel.
Moss is just the latest NHL veteran to sign professionally overseas.
Earlier this week, former Toronto Maple Leafs forward David Booth signed with HC Admiral in the KHL after a failed professional try-out contract with the Florida Panthers.