Dominic Moore checks in from his building's basement utility closet to talk about his role as this year's Hockey Fights Cancer ambassador. The Former NHL forward seeks to raise awareness of rare cancers in tribute to first wife and he talks about the honor of taking on the role, what it means to him and why his foundation and "Smashfest" event has resonated with current and former NHL players (3:00). He shares a few "Smashfest" stories, including the ultra competitive nature of Marty St. Louis and the desire of Max Domi to showcase his ping pong skills. Moore goes on to discuss the leadership qualities of Adam Fox and the unique style that he plays (15:00). He is also asked if Fox would be a good captain choice for the New York Rangers. Moore is a Toronto native, does he have sympathy for Maple Leafs as they go through a rough start to the season? What does he think is the biggest issue surrounding the Leafs? (26:00). Moore also discusses Ovechkin's scoring pace and why he believe he'd choose McDavid over Ovechkin in his prime (32:00). Finally, he shares his thoughts on the Florida Panthers and the challenge that Andrew Brunette faces moving over to the head coach position (35:00).