Kings extend 5-year, $21M contract to Moore, a native of SoCal

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EL SEGUNDO, Calif. (AP) — Los Angeles Kings forward Trevor Moore agreed to a five-year contract extension worth $21 million on Thursday.

Moore, a Southern Californian, was traded to Toronto in February 2020.

Moore, 27, has seven goals and 11 assists this season while appearing in 32 games for Los Angeles. Los Angeles started the day in third in the Western Conference.

Moore, who was raised in Thousand Oaks has 107 career points from five NHL seasons. He played with the Maple Leafs as well as the Kings. In July 2016, Toronto signed Moore as an undrafted agent free of charge from the University of Denver.

Moore has become a crucial two-way player for Kings, ending a three-season drought in playoffs last spring.

Moore would have been an unlimited free agent next season if he had earned $1.875million in this season.

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