Moore posted 5 assists in 25 games across all competitions with the Nottingham Panthers, this season.
After confirming the return of the 27-year-old, Scot, Stars GM and Head Coach, Jeff Mason said: “I am pleased to be able to add Craig to our roster at this point in the season.
“Being able to add a British player of Craig’s quality will strengthen our depth and help solidify our defensive core.
“Craig’s experience both in the Elite League as well as previously having played in Dundee will help us down the stretch, as we make a push for a playoff spot”.
After confirming his return to the City of Discovery, Craig added: “As always I am really excited about being back at the Stars.
“Dundee gave me the opportunity originally to play pro hockey so I am thankful to have the chance to be back here and do my part to try and help the team push to make playoffs.”
He continued: ”I have always had a lot of fun playing in Dundee and when Jeff called it was an easy decision to come back.
“It is a fun rink to play in, and I have always been given a lot of opportunity to play, then two out of my three years we have made it to playoff finals weekend, so hopefully we can do that again.
”I spoke with Jeff in the summer and things did not quite work out then, but speaking with Jeff again last week and from talking to guys on the team, I heard a lot of great things.
“So, I felt that having the opportunity to finish out this season under Jeff would be a good chance to develop as a player and hopefully add something different to the team dynamic.”
Moore will add to his 182 Stars appearances whilst continuing to wear the #65 jersey, that he wore in his previous two spells at the club.
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