Travis Moen
HEIGHT: 6' 2"
BIRTHDATE: 04/06/1982
BIRTHPLACE: Stewart Valley, SK, CAN
DRAFTED: CGY: 2000-155 overall
2008-09 Regular Season
Last game: Scoreless with three hits, Feb. 28 @ DAL

- Scored goals in consecutive games (2-0=2), including the third SHG of his career on Jan. 28 vs. CHI
- Played his 300th career NHL game, Nov. 19 vs. WSH
- Posted a season-high 20:30 TOI with six hits, Nov. 2 vs. CGY
- Scored the second SHG of his career (also Mar. 12, 2008 vs. VAN), Oct. 25 @ MTL...also recorded his first GWG of the season
- Logged a career-high four-game point streak from Oct. 14-19, registering 1-3=4 points

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 (fourth time, last: Mar. 18-22, 20007; 2-0=2)…scored the first SHG (also GWG) of his career and picked up an assist, Mar. 12 vs. VAN...also recorded his first multi-point game of the season…his +2 on the night tied a career high…missed four games (Feb. 5-10) with severe flu-like symptoms…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...tied his season high with four shots for the second straight game…scored his first goal of the season 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.

CAREER: 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…Finished second on team in PIM…had a two-game goal streak (2-0=2), March 18-22…played in his 200th career NHL game on Mar. 31 @ STL…had three multiple-point games, all two-point efforts…established new career highs for goals, assists and points in a single season…scored two goals (tying a career-high) on Feb. 6 @ SJ…scored two goals (the first multiple-goal game of his career) on Oct. 25 vs. EDM…PLAYOFFS:  Finished T-2nd in the NHL with three GWG...established postseason career-highs for goals, assists and points...scored two goals the first two-goal game of his postseason career, including the series clincher in Game Five of the SCF on June 6 vs. OTT…scored game-winning goals in two of the Ducks four Stanley Cup Final wins…scored the game-winning goal, the second of his postseason career (also May 3 @ VAN in Game 4 of CSF) on May 28 vs. OTT in Game One of the SCF…scored a goal with a +2 rating on May 13 @ DET in Game Two of the WCF…scored the game-winning OT goal, the first postseason OT goal of his career on May 1 @ VAN in Game Four of the CSF…collected two assists (a career postseason high) on Apr. 13 vs. MIN in Game Two of the CQF. 2005-2006: Appeared in his second NHL season, his first with Anaheim…appeared in nine Stanley Cup Playoff games, earning 1-0=1 point…scored his first career NHL playoff goal/point in Game One of CSF on May 5 vs. COL…made NHL playoff debut in Game Four of CQF on Apr. 27 vs. CGY…scored a goal on Mar. 19 @ CBJ…missed nine games with a shoulder strain, Jan. 26-Feb. 12…scored a goal on five shots on Jan. 13 vs. WSH…played in his 100th career NHL game on Nov. 22 @ PHX…missed three games with a strained knee, Oct. 28-Nov. 1…recorded his first goal as a Duck on Oct. 14 vs. CBJ…made his debut as a Duck on Oct. 5 @ CHI…2004-2005: Spent the entire season with Norfolk of the AHL…he 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 penalty minutes 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…had a career-high three shots on goal on Mar. 5 vs. ANA…scored the GWG on one shot on Jan. 22 vs. CBJ…had an assist on Dec. 23 vs. STL, while also tallying a career-high 17 PIM on the evening…had a goal on Nov. 28 @ ANA…scored his first career goal (GWG) on Nov. 1 @ STL…appeared in his first NHL game on Oct. 8 vs. MIN…2002-03: Saw action in 42 games with Norfolk…had 1-2=3 points in what was his first professional season…he also appeared in nine playoff games that season, going scoreless with 20 PIM…2001-2002: His final junior season with Kelowna of the Western Hockey League (WHL), he had a goal and 28 PIM in 13 postseason games…he earned 10-17=27 points in 71 regular season games, adding 197 PIM…his penalty minute total ranked second on the team…2000-2001: He had 8-8=16 points in 40 games with Kelowna…1999-2000: His first WHL season, he had 9-6=15 points in 66 regular season games…Miscellaneous: Over three seasons in the WHL, he earned 27-31=58 points in 177 games.

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 attended…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 sport, 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.