Steven Francis Moore (born September 22, 1978) is a Canadian former professional ice hockey center who played in parts of three National Hockey League (NHL) seasons with the Colorado Avalanche. Moore is widely known for receiving a career-ending injury as a result of an on-ice attack from behind by then-Vancouver Canucks forward Todd Bertuzzi in 2004. Moore's reaction to the attack has led him to be considered a key figure in the curbing of gratuitous violence in the NHL, and professional sport in general. Moore has been recognized by various members of the media for exhibiting class in the aftermath of the Bertuzzi attack, including being selected by well-known hockey writer Red Fisher as the NHL Player of the year for 2004.

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  • Steven Francis Moore (born September 22, 1978) is a Canadian former professional ice hockey center who played in parts of three National Hockey League (NHL) seasons with the Colorado Avalanche. Moore is widely known for receiving a career-ending injury as a result of an on-ice attack from behind by then-Vancouver Canucks forward Todd Bertuzzi in 2004. Moore's reaction to the attack has led him to be considered a key figure in the curbing of gratuitous violence in the NHL, and professional sport in general. Moore has been recognized by various members of the media for exhibiting class in the aftermath of the Bertuzzi attack, including being selected by well-known hockey writer Red Fisher as the NHL Player of the year for 2004. (en)
  • Steve Moore (* 22. September 1978 in Windsor, Ontario) ist ein ehemaliger kanadischer Eishockeystürmer. Während seiner Karriere spielte er unter anderem für die Colorado Avalanche in der National Hockey League. Sein Bruder Dominic ist ebenfalls Eishockeyspieler. (de)
  • Steve Moore (né le 22 septembre 1978 à Thornhill, Ontario au Canada) est un joueur de hockey sur glace canadien. (fr)
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  • Steven Francis Moore (born September 22, 1978) is a Canadian former professional ice hockey center who played in parts of three National Hockey League (NHL) seasons with the Colorado Avalanche. Moore is widely known for receiving a career-ending injury as a result of an on-ice attack from behind by then-Vancouver Canucks forward Todd Bertuzzi in 2004. Moore's reaction to the attack has led him to be considered a key figure in the curbing of gratuitous violence in the NHL, and professional sport in general. Moore has been recognized by various members of the media for exhibiting class in the aftermath of the Bertuzzi attack, including being selected by well-known hockey writer Red Fisher as the NHL Player of the year for 2004. (en)
  • Steve Moore (* 22. September 1978 in Windsor, Ontario) ist ein ehemaliger kanadischer Eishockeystürmer. Während seiner Karriere spielte er unter anderem für die Colorado Avalanche in der National Hockey League. Sein Bruder Dominic ist ebenfalls Eishockeyspieler. (de)
  • Steve Moore (né le 22 septembre 1978 à Thornhill, Ontario au Canada) est un joueur de hockey sur glace canadien. (fr)
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