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Tampa Bay Lightning sign free-agent centre Dominic Moore to two-year deal

TAMPA, Fla. - Free-agent centre Dominic Moore has signed a two-year, US$2.2 million contract with the Tampa Bay Lightning.

Moore appeared in 69 games last season with the Florida Panthers and Montreal Canadiens. He also has played for the New York Rangers, Pittsburgh, Minnesota, Toronto and Buffalo during a career that spans 374 NHL games.

Moore had 10 goals and 28 points for the Panthers and Canadiens last season. He appeared in 19 post-season game with Montreal, scoring four goals.



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