Ten years after Todd Bertuzzi attacked former Colorado Avalanche forward Steve Moore, Moore's civil case officially has been settled.

There had been reports the past few weeks that the sides had agreed on a settlement. On Thursday, Moore released a statement saying the case is closed.

"The legal case for the loss of my NHL career is over. I have accepted a settlement agreement which has now been finalized and signed by all the parties."

Confidentiality agreements meant details of the settlement must be kept secret. Moore had been asking for $68 million in damages in a civil lawsuit, which was filed in 2006.

At the time of the attack, Bertuzzi skated for the Vancouver Canucks. During a March 8, 2004, game, Bertuzzi attacked Moore from behind in the third period of a 9-2 loss to the Avalanche. Bertuzzi drove Moore's body to the ice leaving him motionless for about 10 minutes.

Moore suffered three broken vertebrae and a concussion. Moore's career was cut short; he never played again.

Bertuzzi pleaded guilty to criminal assault causing bodily harm. He also was suspended by the NHL, and sat out 17 months in part due to the 2004-05 lockout.

--The Boston Bruins and forward David Krejci have agreed to a six-year extension through the 2020-21 season. The deal is worth $43.5 million.

He has one year left on his current three-year, $15.75 million deal.

Krejci led the Bruins in scoring in the 2013-14 campaign with 69 points, posting 19 goals and 50 assists. He accrued an NHL best plus 39-rating.

--The Colorado Avalanche announced the signing of defenseman Tyson Barrie to a two-year contract through the 2015-16 season.

Barrie, 23, led all Colorado defensemen with 13 goals this past season, the most by an Avs blueliner since 2006-07 when John-Michael Liles posted 14 goals.

Barrie finished second among Avalanche defensemen in both points (38) and assists (25) while appearing in 64 games last season.

--First-round draft pick Robby Fabbri, selected 21st overall, signed a three-year entry-level contract with the St. Louis Blues.

Fabbri, dressed in 58 regular-season games with the Ontario Hockey League's (OHL) Guelph Storm last season. The 18-year-old forward ranked second on the team with 87 points, including 45 goals and 42 assists.

Fabbri, the 21st-ranked North American skater in the 2014 NHL Draft, will participate with the Blues at the 2014 Prospects Tournament in Traverse City, Mich., starting Sept. 12.