Dominic Moore

Former NHL Player

About

Dominic Moore is a recently retired NHL player. Over 13 NHL seasons, Moore played in nearly 1000 regular season and playoff games for the New York Rangers, Tampa Bay Lightning, and Boston Bruins, among other teams. He is a graduate of Harvard University, where he was a First Team All-American and team captain his senior year, and now member of Harvard’s Varsity Club Hall of Fame. In 2014, he was the recipient of the NHL’s Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy, which is awarded to the player who “best exemplifies perseverance, sportsmanship, and dedication to ice hockey.” Dominic is also the founder of an annual charity event, Smashfest®, which feautures NHL players and other celebrities facing off in a table tennis showdown to benefit concussion and rare cancer research.


Videos

Other Speakers

VIEW PROFILE
Joan Ryan
Joan Ryan

Author, Sportswriter

VIEW PROFILE
Shira Springer
Shira Springer

Lecturer, Boston University

VIEW PROFILE
Chad Millman
Chad Millman

Chief Content Officer, The Action Network

VIEW PROFILE
Kratik Malhotra
Kratik Malhotra

Director, Sports Science & Analytics Texas A&M Football

VIEW PROFILE
Amy Latimer
Amy Latimer

President, TD Garden

See All Speakers