TRAVIS MOEN RUMORS & GOSSIP

Canadiens' Brandon Prust returns, Travis Moen skating but not ready

The Montreal Canadiens have confirmed that Brandon Prust will return on Wednesday night, game one of the first round of the playoffs.Prust has been sidelined for the last two-three weeks of the season with an upper-body/rib injury. He has been skating for a little over a week and at the end of last week he joined his teammates at practice.It was speculated he would be good-to-go...
Via Sports Injury Alert
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Canadiens' Travis Moen back on the ice

Today while the Montreal Canadiens are in Chicago for their game against the Blackhawks. Two injured players skated in Brossard; Brandon Prust (who also skated Tuesday morning) and Travis Moen.ddmatthews-twitter.comTravis Moen suffered a concussion late in March, during his first shift against the Boston Bruins. He fought Kevan Miller after Miller checked Dale Weise into the...
Via Sports Injury Alert
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Kevan Miller On Travis Moen, Dale Weise: ‘I Hope They’re Both OK’

BOSTON — Bruins defenseman Kevan Miller stood up and answered for himself on Monday night, and he did some damage in the process. Despite that, however, he’s still hoping for the best when it comes to two of his opponents. Miller left a pair of Montreal Canadiens too injured to return in the first period of the Habs’ eventual 2-1 shootout win in Boston on Monday. The rookie...
Via NESN.com
25 days ago  |  Discuss

Habs lose Travis Moen and Dale Weise

During the first period with the Montreal Canadiens against the Boston Bruins. The Habs have lost two of their fourth-liner forwards; Dale Weise and Travis Moen.It was the first shift for the fourth-liners-Dale Weise, Michael Bournival (coming back from a concussion) and Travis Moen. Bruins defenseman Kevan Miller had some body contact on Dale Weise, and Weise lost an edge...
Via Sports Injury Alert
25 days ago  |  Discuss

Bruins’ Kevan Miller Destroys Canadiens’ Travis Moen In Brutal Fight

A.B. Tonight’s Boston Bruins vs. Montreal Canadiens game has been heated, to say the least. After Alexi Emelin flipped Milan Lucic over his knees with a brutal hip check early in the first period, it looked like the Bruins were out for blood. A few shifts later, Kevan Miller sent Dale Weise into the boards on a “cross check” from behind. I understand that Travis Moen has to...
Via The Awesome Boston
25 days ago  |  Discuss

Kevan Miller Dominates Travis Moen In First-Period Bout (GIF)

The Boston Bruins-Montreal Canadiens matchup got off to a chippy start on Monday night, to say the least, and Kevan Miller only added to the feistiness with some first-period fisticuffs. Miller drilled Dale Weise into the corner boards with a hit that appeared to earn him a penalty, but before he could make his way to the box, Travis Moen challenged him to a fight — a decision he...
Via NESN.com
25 days ago  |  Discuss

VIDEO: Lady pounding on glass knocked back into her seat after huge check

If you hate fans that pound on the glass at hockey games you’ll love this clip via Puck Daddy. During Thursday night’s game between the Blue Jackets and Canadiens a huge check on Travis Moen knocked a lady pounding on the glass back into her seat. There was no news saying if she was injured […]
Via The Majors National
28 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Canadiens fan knocked down by hit while banging glass

A Montreal Canadiens fan in the front row who was banging on the glass was knocked down by a hit on the ice during Thursday night's game against Columbus.It happened in the third period after a faceoff as Canadiens forward Travis Moen took possession of the puck along the boards as it came around the back of the Habs net. Blue Jackets right winger Corey Tropp came across the...
Via Holdout Sports
28 days ago  |  Discuss

Habs' Moen finds his game from behind visor

When the Canadiens started the NHL season, only four of their players didn’t wear a visor. That number shrank to three after Travis Moen suffered a fractured orbital bone when he got hit in the face by a puck during a game against the San Jose Sharks on Oct. 26. When he returned to action on Nov. 7 in Ottawa after missing five games, Moen was forced to don a visor for at least...
Via Pro Sports Daily
January 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Moen for four, teeing up Sunday

Travis Moen’s four year deal with the Habs (4 year, $7.2 million) goes a long way shoring up leadership for the Canadiens, as well as their fourth line and penalty kill. While Moen may not be a sexy player, he’s an effective one, and a winner at that. Having him signed will allow the Habs to focus on finding more scoring and depth down the middle. As for the Impending frenzy...
Via Kukla's Korner
June 29, 2012  |  Discuss
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