godo to see all this toughness montreal has brought in is working...
This fight is a draw......one punch landed and then falling down does not a win make........what the hell has happened to Moen.....
lol do we give the fight to Moen for landing one then diving? Looks like Moen does not want to do his job anymore! Bergevin is trying to deal him but with three years left at 1,8 mil per year and with such poor showing...i guess this won't be easy! @ pob I know Moen is not paid to fight heavies but is that a reason to take a dive??? You gotta give a better showing than that when you got young guns in the lineup to take your spot and already established fighters in front of you.( Parros and Prust) Moen as nerver been the same since he got that orbital bone surgerie and some concussions. He fights scared nowadays, fighting not to win and get injured, when in his earlier years he used to be one legit middleweight. If you don't believe me go check his fight card. P.S Looking forward to that Kassian vs Parros fight coming up
This was a return beatdown for Moen going after Claesson last game. Claesson has about 4 fights lifetime. Kassian was just "regulating" Moen as a good enforcer should for his team.
New big tuff Canadiens hey ? hahahahahahahahahaha still pu44ies
UMMMMMMMMMMMMM yeah I will just give it to Kassian for being the only MAN standing at the end of this fight!
Kassian's last 3 fights were against big time heavies... Moen, Colby Armstrong and Devane....not very encouraging for Sens fans.
that was quick.i guess that's a revenge for moen's beating on claesson kid the other night.this was similar fight.moen realized he will lose to much bigger kassian so he bailed out...win kassian
Moen who is a poor excuse for a tough guy decides to drop gloves with a guy who,s only job is to fight.No contest here for Kassian..Moen gets paid 1.8? For what ? Legite heavies get no more than 1.0 Way over paid. Parros should ask for a raise!
Moen not in the same class, just lucky he didn't get killed.
Moen job has never been to fight other teams hw... We talk about a guy who fights about 8 times a season. He's done that for his entire career. He tried against Mark Borowiecki. Too bad the lineman dropped Borowiecki down. Would have been a much closer and a much better fight.
Kassian caught Moen with a great shot, dropping Moen.
I just assumed the giraffe-on-skates got his stilts tangled up and took the pair of em off down with his atrocious balance, but no, after watching a couple times, it's clear that the one clean shot that came through gave Moen enough of an excuse to go down (and then mouth off when at the safety of the bench). Habs...
I fail to understand what the Habs pay Moen to do? He is useless!
Kassian makes quick work of Moen with a TKO....
Moen sure runs his big beek for a guy that gets beat up more than Lucie Schenn
If you watch the replay, you'll see Moen injures his hand. That is why he goes down right away. Kassian doesn't even land a punch.
Moen takes 1 punch and bails...As an enforcer Travis makes a good speed bag!
knocked on his ass
Not much needs saying here, so I won't.
I guess the win goes to Kassian, but there's no need to be hatin' on Moen. Nothing wrong with any guy that's willing to drop the gloves in today's NHL. We need more guys that live somewhere between the big heavies and the visored skill players.
Not sure what Moen was thinking there, got a shot in before Kass let one fly then goodnight!
A game but relatively small Moen lost this and bailed
Kassian got one nice shot off. Just enough to finish off Moen quickly.
Kassian the win, Moen the pussy drops.
Dear Douches, Travis Moen is not an "enforcer". If you think so, you don't know what you're talking about. Being a guy who doesn't back down doesn't make you an "enforcer". But it does get you punched out once in a while, ask Tom Kostopoulos. By the way, in the previous game Claesson came at Moen, after Moen had dropped his gloves to go at Neil, look at the replay. Moen could have killed Claesson after he went down.