NHL Analyst on ESPN, Former NHL Player
Dominic Moore provides game and studio analysis for NHL coverage on ESPN. Moore joined the ESPN broadcast team in 2021, after beginning his broadcast career with NBC Sports in January of 2021. As an analyst, Moore has achieved notoriety for his use of analytics, as well as his ability to make predictions.
Over 13 seasons in the NHL, Moore played in nearly 1000 regular season and playoff games for the New York Rangers, Tampa Bay Lightning and eight other teams. In 2014, Moore scored the game-winning goal in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Finals to send the Rangers to their first Stanley Cup Finals in 20 years. That year, Moore was awarded the NHL’s Bill Masterton Trophy, which is awarded to the player who best exemplified perseverance, sportsmanshipand dedication to ice hockey.
A graduate of Harvard University, Moore was a First Team All-American and team captain in his senior year. Moore is the youngest of three brothers, who became the first brother trio to play together on Harvard’s varsity hockey team. Moore has since been named a member of Harvard’s Varsity Club Hall of Fame.
In 2012, Moore founded an annual charity event, Smashfest®, which features NHL players and other celebrities facing off in a table tennis showdown to benefit concussion and rare cancer research.Smashfest has raised over $1,100,000 for cancer and concussion research since its creation.