General manager Don Sweeney announced Tuesday the Bruins signed four players to one-year deals, including former Harvard standout Dominic Moore.
Signed for $900,000, the 36-year-old Moore was drafted in 2000 by the Rangers, where he has spent the last three seasons. The forward has had a nomadic career, also spending time with the Penguins, Wild, Maple Leafs, Sabres, Panthers, Canadiens, Lightning, and Sharks. He has played 765 games and has 89 goals and 156 assists.
Last season, Moore appeared in 80 games for the Rangers and scored six goals to go along with nine assists.
In 2014, Moore won the Bill Masterton Trophy for perseverance, sportsmanship, and dedication to hockey.
The Bruins also signed defenseman Chris Casto and forward Brian Ferlin to one-year, two-way deals. Both players spent the 2015-16 season in Providence.
Former Coyotes defenseman Alex Grant also signed with Boston. The 27-year-old played five games at the NHL level last year.