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Steve Moore

36-Year-Old Center – Free Agent

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His a one-year deal he signed with the Avalanche in August 2003 is finished and he's now a free agent.

August 11, 2005  –  Steve Moore News

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Moore underwent extensive examinations this week at the Cleveland Clinic as doctors attempted to gauge his recovery from the fractured neck and concussion he suffered on March 8, 2004, when he was jumped from behind and sucker punched by Vancouver's Todd Bertuzzi, reports the Associated Press. Results aren't expected for several weeks.

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Moore's lawsuit alleges there was an 'unlawful plan' among Canucks players to deliberately assault and injure him, reports the Canadian Press.

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Moore has filed a lawsuit related to injuries he suffered after being attacked by Vancouver forward Todd Bertuzzi in a game last March. The lawsuit is not a surprise, but the list of defendants and the venue for filing are interesting, the Denver Post reports. The list of defendants includes Bertuzzi, Canucks forward Brad May, Canucks coach Marc Crawford, former Vancouver GM Brian Burke, plus the Canucks and the partnership that owns the team. The National Hockey League, however, was not included among the defendants.

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Moore, who was not allowed to deliver a victim impact statement in person in Todd Bertuzzi's Wednesday hearing, will consider a civil suit to recover lost earnings if he cannot resume his NHL career, reports the Canadian Press.

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Moore's lawyer Tim Danson will attempt to have Todd Bertuzzi's reported plea bargain overturned, reports Toronto's 680News radio station.

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Moore is still bothered by post-concussion symptoms and is not healthy enough to begin skating, according to tsn.ca.

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Although Moore no longer wears a cervical collar for the three cracked vertebrae he suffered in the attack from Vancouver's Todd Bertuzzi, he has not fully recovered from his other injuries, the Denver Post reports.

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Monday marked Moore's first public appearance since being hospitalized after Vancouver forward Todd Bertuzzi's assault on him, the Associated Press reports. Moore later made an apearance at the Avs-Kings game and received a standing ovation.

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Moore, who checked out of Rose Medical Center on Monday night, does not yet have the desire to talk to Todd Bertuzzi. Moore's agent, Larry Kelly, said his client is not "receptive" to any calls from Bertuzzi, the man responsible for Moore's two broken vertebrae, facial lacerations, concussion, and amnesia, the Denver Post reports.

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Moore walked out of Rose Medical Center on Monday under his own power but there was unsettling news from a team doctor, who said Moore's overall recovery and prognosis are uncertain, as is resuming his NHL career, reports the Denver Post.

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Moore (neck/concussion) is walking and should leave the hospital over the next two days, the Avalanche announced Monday.

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The Avalanche on Monday will make a major announcement about Moore's condition. The team will issue a press release detailing the condition of Moore, 25, who suffered two fractured vertebrae and multiple head injuries from a March 8 attack by Vancouver's Todd Bertuzzi, reports the Denver Post. Moore's agent, Ottawa-based lawyer Larry Kelly, said there has been no decision about any charges the Moore family might file against Bertuzzi. He said the family was awaiting the outcome of the police investigation underway in Vancouver, British Columbia.

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Moore, now up and walking, is ready to talk publicly about the incident that shook his life and the hockey world nearly two weeks ago. A news conference has been tentatively set for Monday, when Moore will give his first public comments since being severely injured by Vancouver's Todd Bertuzzi, reports the Denver Post.

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