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Habs acquire Dominic Moore from Florida

Thursday, 02.11.2010 / 7:47 PM / News


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Habs acquire Dominic Moore from Florida
The Florida Panthers traded forward Dominic Moore to the Montreal Canadiens on Thursday for a second-round pick in the 2011 NHL Entry Draft.

Moore, 29, has 8 goals and 9 assists for 17 points in 48 games for Florida. He signed with the Panthers as a free agent just before the start of the season.

The Canadiens will be Moore's seventh NHL team, and this marks the third year in a row that he's has changed teams in midseason. He was claimed off waivers from Minnesota by Toronto in 2007-08, and was traded from Toronto to Buffalo at last season's trade deadline.

Moore was originally drafted by the New York Rangers in the third round in 2000.

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