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John Moore

John Moore  #17

New York Rangers  Defenseman
NUMBER: 17 BIRTHDATE: November 19, 1990  (AGE 23)
HEIGHT: 6' 3" BIRTHPLACE: Winnetka, IL, United States
WEIGHT: 202 DRAFTED: CBJ / 2009 NHL Entry Draft
Shoots: Left ROUND: 1st   (21st overall)    Prospect Bio

2013-14 Notes:

Established career-highs in games played (74), goals (four), assists (11), points (15), plus/minus rating (plus-seven), game-winning goals (two), penalty minutes (25), power play assists (two), power play points (two), and shots on goal (115)

- Ranked third among Rangers defensemen in goals, points, and plus/minus rating, tied for fourth in assists, and ranked second in game-winning goals

- Skated in his 100th career NHL game on Oct. 3 at PHX

- Tallied the first game-winning goal of his career on Oct. 16 at WSH

- Registered the second multi-point effort of his career with two assists, recorded three shots on goal, and posted a plus-two rating on Dec. 18 vs. PIT

- Established playoff career-highs in games played (21), assists (two), points (two), plus/minus rating (plus-two) and shots on goal (19)

- Ranked seventh on the team – and third among defensemen – in plus/minus rating in the playoffs

USHL First All-Star Team (2009) USHL Defenseman of the Year (2009) Traded to NY Rangers by Columbus with Derek Dorsett, Derick Brassard and Columbus' 6th round choice in 2014 Entry Draft for Marian Gaborik, Blake Parlett and Steven Delisle, April 3, 2013.
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It's pretty crazy, but believe me when I say we didn't draft these players with the mindset we had to because they had good hockey-playing dads. It just turned out that way. But we're certainly glad they're a part of our organization.

— Arizona Coyotes director of amateur scouting Tim Bernhardt regarding the coincidence that six of the organization's top prospects are sons of former NHL players