The Canadian enjoyed a successful debut year with Fife last term which saw him ice in all 62 games, scoring nine goals with 33 assists.
The 34-year-old boasts a wealth of high level experience having previously iced in North America and Europe.
Moyer said: “Both my wife and I are very excited to return for another season in Kirkcaldy – we really enjoyed our time last year.
“Hopefully this coming season we can have more success on the ice and get the city excited about the club.
“Having the three conferences will definitely make a championship attainable this season. Our goal is definitely to win trophies, if we don’t do this I would consider the season a disappointment.
Assistant Coach Jeff Hutchins added: “Russ was one of our most consistent players last year, he played a lot of minutes for us in all key situations.
“He provides offence while being responsible and difficult to play against in our ‘D’-zone. He is a leader on and off the ice, a model professional and well respected by his teammates.”
“Russ typifies the type of person and player Todd and I aim to bring to Fife for the coming season.”
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