From the video, goalie Carey Price wanders in on Stubbs’s Brossard chat with Travis Moen to claim the keys to his own truck.
Forward Travis Moen arrived back in Montreal on Sept. 8 with his wife, Amy, and their two young children, Carter and Blayke, ready to buy a house and continue training for an NHL season that appears nowhere near its opening faceoff.
The Canadiens camp was supposed to have begun in Brossard on Friday with team medicals, followed by Saturday’s first on-ice session. Not happening, obviously, all pre-season games through Sept. 30 cancelled with more presumably to come unless the NHL and NHLPA resume their talks soon.
I sat with Moen, who in late June signed a four-year, $7.4-million contract, to talk about his new deal, the second lockout of his professional career and much more. Video of most of our conversation is below.