Travis Moen LW MON 1 Month
Travis Moen (broken orbital bone) practiced Monday in a no-contact role.
"Obviously, it was a scary call. I've had a few in my career that obviously make you really think about putting a visor on," Moen said. "They won't let me play without one for at least four to six weeks. So I'll tough it out for then and then make a decision." He suffered a broken orbital bone on Oct. 26 when he was hit with a puck.
Travis Moen LW MON 10 Months
Travis Moen scored his first goal of the season in Tuesday's 4-3 shootout win over Tampa Bay.
He also picked up a fighting major of the year when he battled with B.J. Crombeen. Colby Armstrong earned an assist on Moen's marker to get his first point as a member of the Canadiens. The production came after coach Michel Therrien spoke with his fourth-liners about getting more involved in the team's offensive attack.
Travis Moen LW MON Sep 21 '12
Travis Moen and his family are spending some time at Carey Price's residence as they search for a house in the Montreal area.
Moen lives in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, during the summer, and he typically rents during the season. Now, though, he has a new four-year contract with the Habs, so he's looking to purchase and Price and his fiance have been nice enough to host Moen, his wife and their two young kids for the time being. It also allows Moen to work out with a number of his teammates during the lockout. "Carey's pretty laid back and my wife's a pretty good cook, so it seems to be working out," Moen said, laughing. "He's a great guy for allowing us to bunk in with him for a bit and he's got two dogs that my little guy loves. It's been a lot of fun."
Travis Moen LW MON Apr 03 '12
Travis Moen has been upgraded to day-to-day, but it's unclear if he will be able to return on Wednesday.
"I want to get back there and if the doctors say I'm ready, I'll be there," Moen said after practicing on Monday. "I'm feeling good and I miss playing." He hasn't played since Feb. 9 because of an upper-body injury.
Travis Moen LW MON Mar 27 '12
Travis Moen (upper body) skated on his own Monday, but it is suspected that he might not play again this season.
The rugged winger hasn't suited up since Feb. 9 because of an upper-body injury. If Moen doesn't return then he will conclude the 2011-12 campaign with nine goals, 16 points, 75 hits and 41 penalty minutes in 48 games.