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Travis Moen
Travis Moen
Left Wing
Number: 24
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 212
Shoots: Left
Born: Apr 6, 1982  (Age 32)
Birthplace: Stewart Valley, SK, Canada
Acquired: Acquired by San Jose from Anaheim along with Kent Huskins in exchange for Nick Bonino, Timo Pielmeier and a conditional draft selection
Drafted: CGY / 2000 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 5th (155th overall)
2007-08: Appeared in his fourth NHL season, his third with Anaheim…finished second on the team in hits (154)…had points in two straight games (1-2=3) from Mar. 12-15, marking his first point streak of the season while also tying his career high…scored the first SHG (also GWG) of his career and picked up an assist, Mar. 12 vs. VAN (his +2 rating tied a career high)…missed four games with severe flu-like symptoms, Feb. 5-10…scored his second goal of the season, Jan. 7 vs. NSH…notched an assist with a +1 rating, Nov. 23 vs. PHX…logged a career high 22:56 TOI, Oct. 28 vs. EDM...scored his first goal of the campaign in a 4-1 win, Sept. 30 vs. LA…PLAYOFFS: Played in all six CQF games vs. DAL, averaging 14:08 TOI…scored his ninth career playoff goal in Game 2 of the CQF, Apr. 12 vs. DAL…picked up his seventh career postseason assist in Anaheim’s 4-2 win in Game 3 of the CQF, Apr. 15 @ DAL.

Agreed to a two-year contract extension through the 2008-09 NHL season, June 11, 2007…2006-07: Appeared in his third NHL season, his second with Anaheim…won his first Stanley Cup with the Ducks in
his second career postseason appearance…finished tied for second in the NHL with three playoff GWG...
established postseason career highs for goals, assists and points...scored two goals, including the series clincher in Game 5 of the SCF, June 6 vs. OTT…scored the GWG in two of the Ducks’ four SCF wins…scored the GWG, the second of his postseason career (also in Game 4 of the CSF, May 3 @ VAN) in Game 1 of the SCF, May 28 vs. OTT…scored a goal with a +2 rating in Game 2 of the WCF, May 13 @ DET…scored the game-winning OT goal, the first postseason OT goal of his career in Game 4 of the CSF, May 1 @ VAN…collected two assists (a career postseason high) in Game 2 of the CQF, Apr. 13 vs. MIN…finished second on the Ducks in PIM during the regular season…had a two-game goal streak (2-0=2), Mar. 18-22…played in his 200th career NHL game, Mar. 31 @ STL…established career highs for goals, assists and points in a single season…scored two goals (tying a career high), Feb. 6 @ SJ…scored two goals (the first multiple-goal game of his career), Oct. 25 vs. EDM.

2005-06: Appeared in his second NHL season, his first with Anaheim…also made his Stanley Cup Playoff debut, earning 1-0=1 point in nine contests…scored his first career NHL playoff goal/point in Game 1 of the CSF, May 5 vs. COL…made his postseason debut in Game 4 of the CQF, Apr. 27 vs. CGY…made his Anaheim regular season debut on Oct. 5 @ CHI and recorded his first goal as a Duck on Oct. 14 vs. CBJ…scored his second goal with Anaheim, Nov. 16 vs. DAL…played in his 100th career NHL game, Nov. 22 @ PHX…scored a goal on five shots, Jan. 13 vs. WSH…recorded his fourth and final goal of the regular season, Mar. 19 @ CBJ…missed nine games with a shoulder strain, Jan. 26-Feb. 12…was also sidelined for three games with a strained knee, Oct. 28-Nov. 1.

2004-05: Spent the entire season with Norfolk of the AHL…earned 0-1=1 point in six postseason games after recording 8-12=20 points with 187 PIM in 79 regular season games…his 187 PIM ranked third on the club while his +5 rating ranked third among forwards.

2003-04: Played his first season in the NHL with Chicago…was one of only five players on the roster to appear in all 82 games…his 142 PIM ranked second on the team…scored the GWG on one shot, Jan. 22 vs. CBJ…had an assist on Dec. 23 vs. STL while also tallying a career high 17 PIM…had a goal on Nov. 28 @ ANA…scored his first career goal (GWG), Nov. 1 @ STL…appeared in his first NHL game, Oct. 8 vs. MIN.

2002-03: Made his professional debut with Norfolk, scoring 1-2=3 points in 42 games…also appeared in nine playoff games that season, going scoreless with 20 PIM.

Personal: Travis resides in Irvine with his wife, Amy…grew up on his family’s 3,500-acre cattle and grain farm…his brother currently runs the fourth-generation farm, which Travis works on for much of the summer…visited Mexico and Kelowna, British Columbia last summer…loved riding Sea-Doos in the Pacific Ocean in Mexico…hosts a yearly golf tournament in his native Saskatchewan, raising funds to assist local underprivileged children…enjoys any show on HBO, but especially “Entourage” and “Deadwood”…also likes to watch “Flavor of Love” on VH1…says Garth Brooks performed the best concert he’s ever at tended…is a history buff, who enjoys reading about world politics and cultures…shops at stores like Chip and Pepper and JCrew for casual clothes…likes almost any outdoor spor t, including soccer and badminton…lists his favorite OC restaurant as The White House in Anaheim…if he could pick any reality show to be cast on, he would choose “Survivor” because he’d like to prove he could “fend for himself”…brought the Stanley Cup to the family farm in July 2007, which coincided with the beginning of the harvest.

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STANDINGS

WESTERN CONFERENCE
  TEAM GP W L OT GF GA PTS
1 y - ANA 79 50 22 7 232 217 107
2 x - NSH 78 47 22 9 224 193 103
3 STL 76 46 23 7 229 190 99
4 CHI 76 46 24 6 217 176 98
5 MIN 76 44 25 7 219 186 95
6 VAN 77 45 27 5 224 208 95
7 CGY 77 42 28 7 229 204 91
8 WPG 77 39 26 12 217 204 90
9 LAK 76 37 25 14 201 192 88
10 SJS 77 38 30 9 217 216 85
11 DAL 77 37 30 10 239 248 84
12 COL 77 35 30 12 207 218 82
13 EDM 77 23 41 13 186 260 59
14 ARI 77 23 46 8 161 256 54

STATS

2014-2015 REGULAR SEASON
SKATERS: GP G A +/- Pts
J. Pavelski 77 36 32 11 68
L. Couture 77 26 38 -2 64
J. Thornton 73 14 48 -4 62
B. Burns 77 16 42 -4 58
P. Marleau 77 18 36 -16 54
T. Wingels 70 15 20 -4 35
T. Hertl 77 12 17 -1 29
M. Nieto 67 8 17 -10 25
M. Karlsson 48 13 10 -1 23
M. Vlasic 70 9 14 12 23
 
GOALIES: W L OT Sv% GAA
A. Niemi 29 22 7 .914 2.62
A. Stalock 8 7 2 .907 2.47
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