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OT: Dominic Moore discusses his wife's battle with cancer, and return to the NHL.

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01-28-2014, 10:16 AM
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OT: Dominic Moore discusses his wife's battle with cancer, and return to the NHL.



Really emotional video.

Gives some insight on one of the worst things in the world.

Cancer ****ing sucks.

I couldn't be happier to see Dom back on his feet.

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that poor family (the moore family).

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not gonna lie it was really dusty in my cube when i watchd this

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What a shame.

They were living the dream really.

"When Life looks like easy street there is danger at your door"

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Dom is very courageous and an inspiration

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Man someone just decided to cut 1000 onions right under my face.

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This story and the one on Taylor Pyatt and his fiancee are both horrible stories that you hate to see happen. Glad both of these guys got back on their feet and are able to continue their careers and lives. Must be really tough to lose your best friend in such a tragic event.

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The guy has been through a lot and asked for none of it. He seems like a class act off the ice too. Very easy to root for.

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I am so glad he has been able to contribute well this year. Ranger or not, I will always cheer when he performs on the ice.

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Really emotional video.

Gives some insight on one of the worst things in the world.

Cancer ****ing sucks.

I couldn't be happier to see Dom back on his feet.
So effing sad

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He's always been one of those guys that, no matter what team they play for, you root for them.

Jedd Ortmeyer-ish.

Such a sad story, glad to have him back and hopefully these days on the ice clear his head a little.

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I went through a very similar experience. Losing someone you love, at such a young age, to cancer is more brutal than I can really express. I don't think there is any healing after that. You just move forward because you don't really have any other choice. The days get easier, because the experience gets further and further away, but the pain never actually heals. One thought. One picture. One story. One dream. One word is all it really takes to gut you and bring all of it back, in vivid, sharp, excruciating freshness. You're only okay because you have no choice but to learn to be. Moore is a really strong guy to be able to perform at a serviceable NHL level after his experience. In some ways it's great because it's what he loves and it keeps him occupied. At the same time, it takes great strength to be able to maintain a level as high as the NHL, especially when it's still so recent.

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Wow. That is some pretty strong stuff.

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