Steve Moore Glad To Be Done With Legal Order

September 4, 2014 10:21 PM

Steve Moore Glad To Be Done With Legal Order
" TORONTO (AP) — Steve Moore says the 10 years since his NHL career ended with an on-ice attack have been “long and trying,” but he is glad to be done with the legal ordeal.

Moore’s multimillion-dollar lawsuit against Todd Bertuzzi and the Vancouver Canucks was settled shortly before trial. Bertuzzi had pleaded guilty to criminal assault causing bodily harm for the 2004 hit.

Todd Bertuzzi #44 of the Detroit Red Wings lifts the stick of Shane O’Brien #5 of the Colorado Avalanche to prevent a shot during their NHL game at Joe Louis Arena on February 25, 2012 in Detroit, Michigan. (Photo by Dave Sandford/Getty Images)

“The injuries I sustained in my rookie year, the years I spent trying to return to my NHL career, and dealing with the loss of my career and the ensuing legal case, have been long and trying experiences,” Moore said in a statement. “While nothing replaces the loss of one’s dream, I am happy my family will no longer be burdened by an unresolved legal case, and I am grateful to be able to move forward.”

Bertuzzi’s lawyer confirmed the settlement two weeks ago "

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