Ott missed Sunday's home game against Pittsburgh and won't be eligible to play until after a hearing with league officials that will determine a specific length of the ban.
Ott and Moen squared off in a fight after the final horn sounded in Anaheim's 4-3 victory Saturday over Dallas. Ott's hand made contact with Moen's eye, which game officials ruled was an eye-gouge and gave him a match penalty for attempting to injure.
Ott left the ice with two cuts on his face.
The bout ensued after Ott cross-checked Ducks defenseman Scott Niedermayer during the final seconds of the game. Once time ran out, Anaheim goalie Jean-Sebastien Giguere whacked Ott in the knee with his stick and punched Ott behind the head.
Moen saw Ott involved with Giguere and began punching Ott, who has a broken bone in his right hand and can't punch back. Ott said the eye-gouging was an accident.
The incident will be reviewed Monday by league disciplinarian Colin Campbell, who will determine the length of the Stars agitator's suspension.