Jul 10, 2014, 6:56 PM EST
It looks like David Moss might end up playing in Switzerland next season, but nothing’s set in stone.
Moss inked a two-year contract with a Swiss club, but has a one-week out clause if he can find an NHL team that will see eye-to-eye with him, according to Fox Sports’ Andy Strickland.
The 32-year-old forward had eight goals and 22 points in 79 games with the Arizona (then Phoenix) Coyotes in 2013-14. Moss also had 120 hits and 49 blocked shots. He’s coming off of a two-year, $4.2 million contract.
He wasn’t taken in the 2001 NHL Entry until the seventh round, but he’s gone on to have a solid career. After honing his game at the University of Michigan and getting a bit of additional seasoning in the minors, Moss has record 74 goals and 92 assists in 441 NHL games with the Calgary Flames and Coyotes.
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