A once promising player has hit a new low in his professional career.
Former Kontinental Hockey League leading scorer Steve Moses generated a great deal of buzz when he left the KHL and and signed in the National Hockey League with the Nashville Predators, but things never quite worked out for him.
Despite leading the KHL in 2014-15 with an incredible season that saw him record 36 goals and 21 assist for 57 points in 60 games, he has never been able to show that level of form in North America.
Most recently Moses signed a one year deal with the American Hockey League's Rochester Americans, the affiliate of the Buffalo Sabres, but that has now seemingly come to an end as well.
The Americans have just announced that Moses has been suspended indefinitely by the team for "breach of contract." While that could be due to a lot of things, no one has been able to get anything out of the team who is refusing to comment on the matter.
This has to be considered rock bottom for Moses, and it's a sad point in what looked like a much more promising career.