Some players are meant to stay in the same place for all their career, but others are more than willing to move across North America to find a new team to call home. One of this guys is Dominic Moore, who's collecting different jerseys like Pokemon.
After spending a year in Boston, Moore will rejoin the Maple Leafs, where he played from 2007 to 2009.
His 1M$ deal his perfect for Toronto, who's looking to build his rookies through ice time and exposure to veterans. Moore has been around the block in the league since his 2000 entry draft selection. He reached the Cup finals twice without winning the ultimate prize and he's played with a lot of superstars. He will surely bring a lot of tips to the Auston Matthews and Mitch Marner of his new club.