Trevor Moore Scores First NHL Goal and it’s a Beauty

They don’t come much prettier for an NHL first goal, and former Denver Pioneer Trevor Moore made himself a very memorable moment on January 5, 2019.

In his fifth NHL game, playing limited minutes on the Toronto Maple Leafs’ fourth line, Moore took a puck deep in his own zone, charged up the boards with a capacity Saturday night crowd of 19,000+ home crowd in Toronto roaring in his ears, with millions more nationwide watching on “Hockey Night in Canada” broadcast.

Moore blew by Vancouver Canucks defenseman Benoit Puliot and then cruised in alone on Jacob Markstrom, one of the better goalies in the NHL. Moore fired the puck five-hole between Markstrom’s pads for a goal that brought the Toronto crowd to its feet.

For an undrafted California-to-DU player who has spent the last two years working his butt off in the AHL with his high work ethic (and no hype) to make it to the NHL, this was a moment that the knowledgeable fans of Toronto really appreciated.  Watch the whole 80 second video at full size and crank up your sound  to enjoy this moment – look into his eyes and just imagine how living your childhood hockey dream must feel…Bravo Trevor!

2 thoughts on “Trevor Moore Scores First NHL Goal and it’s a Beauty”

  1. Glad to see he’s getting appreciated. Even at DU after his freshman year,Heinen and then Gambrell stepped into the spotlight. Hope this is the first of many.

  2. Congrats Trevor! What a great moment. Hard to imagine what it must feel like to get that first one on the big stage.

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