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Interview: Ian Moore

October 30, 2020 | by RotoRob | Comments Comments Off on Interview: Ian Moore
Anaheim Ducks draft pick Ian Moore will play with the Chicago Steel this season.
Ian Moore’s journey to the NHL moves him to the USHL this season. (Chicago Steel)

RotoRob recently sat down to talk with NHL prospect Ian Moore, who was recently selected by the Anaheim Ducks in the third round (67th overall) of the 2020 NHL Draft.

The 6’3″ blueliner was listed at 165 pounds last year, but has now beefed up to 185. Coming off a tremendous final season of high school hockey for St. Mark’s (Massachusetts) in which he racked up 46 points in 34 games, he’s beginning his first campaign with the Chicago Steel of the USHL. Moore is committed to play at Harvard University next season.

It’s clear from the video below that Moore is a tremendous passer, intercepting the puck and then saucering a perfect lob onto Erik Middendorf‘s stick for a gorgeous assist.

Among the topics we discussed with Moore were:

  • His goals for turning pro and signing his ELC;
  • What he thinks his ideal NHL weight will be;
  • What adjustments he needs to make to carry his high school success into the USHL and beyond;
  • How his team winning a big tournament in Whitby, Ontario is his proudest moment to date; and
  • How tough 2019 first round pick Matthew Boldy is to play against.

Check out our entire conversation with this engaging young man below.

RotoRob Tune of the Day

Among our personal faves, English prog rocker band King Crimson got its start in 1968 and despite several breaks, is still at it today. In 1981, it released its eighth album, Discipline, the band’s first effort in seven years. The disc’s second track was “Frame by Frame,” co-written by Adrian Belew, Bill Bruford, Robert Fripp and Tony Levin.

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Good, Bad and Ugly: 2019-20 Boston Celtics

October 24, 2020 | by RotoRob | Comments Comments Off on Good, Bad and Ugly: 2019-20 Boston Celtics
There was a lot to like about the Boston Celtics’ 2019-20 season. Despite a truncated schedule that had them play 10 fewer games, they came within one win of matching their 2018-19 total (an improvement of 69 points in winning percentage) and rose to third place in the Eastern Conference.
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Good, Bad and Ugly: 2019-20 Anaheim Ducks

October 17, 2020 | by RotoRob | Comments Comments Off on Good, Bad and Ugly: 2019-20 Anaheim Ducks
Since the 2016-17 season, when they won 46 games and made it to the Western Conference Finals, the Anaheim Ducks have pretty much been in free fall. Last season, they looked a smidge better down the stretch (3-3-1 in March), but still finished in 27th place overall — the worst showing in franchise history.
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Todd Frazier Likely Done as a Met… Again

October 10, 2020 | by RotoRob | Comments Comments Off on Todd Frazier Likely Done as a Met… Again
In watching the 2020 MLB playoffs, it’s become quite clear that homers, walks and strikeouts are more prevalent than ever. Perhaps the universal DH has helped usher in this change, but we’ve never experienced a time in history when baseball’s three true outcomes have been more common.
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Buffalo Bills Pass Attack Dramatically Improved

October 8, 2020 | by RotoRob | Comments Comments Off on Buffalo Bills Pass Attack Dramatically Improved
In 2019, the Buffalo Bills enjoyed their finest season since 1999 despite ranking 26th in passing yards per game. So just how high can they finish this season with a pass attack that has soared from 201.8 yards to 316.3 yards per game (second in the NFL) this year?
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