Travis Moen retires at 34

By ZackNevesLITU
In Headlines
Nov 29th, 2016
0 Comments
205 Views
Travis Moen lifts the Stanley Cup over his head after ending the 2007 playoffs.

Travis Moen lifts the Stanley Cup over his head after ending the 2007 playoffs.

12 year NHL veteran Travis Moen has retired at age 34.

A Stanley Cup champion, Moen leaves behind a legacy as a tenacious, hardworking grinder with a bit of a scoring touch. Moen played a huge role in the Anaheim Ducks 2006-07 cup run with 7 goals and 12 points in 21 games, as well as wreaking havoc on his opponents mentally and physically.

The Stewart Valley, Saskatchewan native was originally drafted out of the Kelowna Rockets system in 2000 by Calgary. He was selected 155th overall, in the 5th round – quite the diamond in the rough find, as Moen compiled a 747 game NHL career.

Never spending time with the team that drafted him, Moen had tenures in Chicago, Aneheim, San Jose, and Montreal before spending his final two seasons in Dallas.

His final career stats stand as such:
Regular Season: GP: 747 / G: 59 / A: 77 / Pts: 136 / PIM: 801
Playoffs: GP: 83 / G: 11 / A: 8 / Pts: 19 / PIM: 61

ZackNevesLITU (29 Posts)


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *