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Meet the new Coyotes: John Moore and Anthony Duclair

A closer look at the two players moved to Arizona in the Keith Yandle deal. There are a lot of new faces in the Arizona Coyotes' organization this year. With Keith Yandle heading to New York in a blockbuster trade with the Rangers. The Coyotes brought back two players to the Desert in exchange for Yandle's services, so let's meet them. John Moore The Winnetka, Illinois native comes to the Coyotes after being drafted 21st overall by the Columbus Blue Jackets in 2009. He was traded by Columbus to New York in 2013 as part of the Marian Gaborik trade. In his first full season last year with New...

Rangers join the trade fest, get Yandle for Duclair, J.Moore and a first

Rangers GM Glen Sather joined the fray — perhaps the wildest week-leading-up-to-the-trade deadline in NHL history — in a big way Sunday, making a blockbuster trade with Arizona for puck-moving defenseman Keith Yandle. The Rangers dealt top prospect Anthony Duclair plus defenseman John Moore, plus a first-round pick in 2016 (they didn’t have one in [...] The post Rangers join the trade fest, get Yandle for Duclair, J.Moore and a first appeared first on Rangers Report.
New York Post Feb 27, 2015

Rangers shopping ultra-talented but frustrating defenseman

John Moore said he’s not paying attention, because that’s what they all say. But the Rangers defenseman is keenly aware his name is being batted around in trade rumors as...

Tonight’s lineup vs. Flames in question; John Moore on his “trying” season

Reports from this morning’s sparse optional skate for the Rangers at Madison Square Garden is the team is again dealing with a defenseman - possibly multiple players - who has (or have) flu-like symptoms so coach Alain Vigneault said tonight’s lineup against the Flames for the middle game of a three-game homestand is still up in the air. In other words, Vigneault has potentially more decisions to make tonight other than which sixth defenseman to dress, John Moore or Matt Hunwick. I spoke to both of the alternating defensemen after Monday’s practice at Greenburgh, N.Y. Not...

Morning skate report: John Moore in tonight; Updates on Fast, Lundqvist, Skapski

Both the Rangers and the Canucks had optional skates this morning here at Madison Square Garden prior to tonight’s game. For the Rangers, it was defensemen John Moore and Matt Hunwick plus Rick Nash and Marty St. Louis taking shots on Mackenzie Skapski. Moore will be in tonight’s lineup, coach Alain Vigneault confirmed as he’s alternated dressing and being a healthy scratch over the last seven games, including tonight’s. Cam Talbot will make his eighth straight start (more on that below) as he’s 5-1-1 in Henrik Lundqvist’s extended absence. Henrik Lundqvist skated again this...
Rotoworld Feb 16, 2015

John Moore will be a healthy scratch vs NYI - John Moore (D) New York Rangers

John Moore will be a healthy scratch in Monday's game against the New York Islanders.

Rangers-Leafs Morning Skate: Moore in, Hunwick out and St. Louis discusses current scoring slump

With goalie Henrik Lundqvist (blood vessel in his neck) and right wing Jesper Fast (sprained right knee) out, there is only one lineup choice for coach Alain Vigneault to make: John Moore or Matt Hunwick on defense? Tonight, against the slumping Maple Leafs at Air Canada Centre (7:30 p.m.), it will be Moore, who was a healthy scratch in Sunday’s 3-2 overtime loss to the visiting Stars but in the lineup the previous five games, which followed a stretch of five healthy scratches. “We’ve got quite a few games here coming up,” coach Alain Vigneault said as his team opens a three-game...

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