Dominic Moore is one of those players who flies under the radar for most teams. And yet he shouldn’t. He’s played with the New York Rangers, the Montreal Canadiens, the Toronto Maple Leafs, and is now a member of the Boston Bruins, the fourth team of the Original Six’s. He was also a member of the Pittsburgh Penguins, the Minnesota Wild, the Buffalo Sabres, the Tampa Bay Lightning, and the San Jose Sharks.
Moore is the type of player that will not mind getting his hands dirty, nor will he be bothered by taking a hit to ensure the play moves on. He plays a gritty style of hockey, and that helps his team a lot when it comes to winning battles or keeping the play going for scoring chances.
Yesterday, he netted his third goal of the season, and even the referees had to go back and review what happened. Moore shot the puck, and it went in (somehow), but considering the angle he had, and the goalie Roberto Luongo standing in his way, it was tough to tell whether it went in or not.
Luckily, the Bruins did stop playing, and argued that it was a good goal. Upon video review, the referees gave the Bruins their second goal of the game, and they ultimately won the bout 2-1.
Watch the goal below: