29-year-old Travis Moen was acquired by the Canadiens as a free agent, signing a three-year contract with the team on July 10, 2009. Over the course of 48 games in 2011-12, the 6-foot-2, 215 pound left winger scored a total of nine goals and nine assists while racking up 41 penalty minutes.
In 570 career NHL games, the Stewart Valley, Saskatchewan native amassed 52 goals, 59 assists and 681 penalty minutes. Before joining the Canadiens, Moen spent parts of his career with the Blackhawks, Sharks and Ducks, with whom he won the Stanley Cup in 2007.
23-year-old Yannick Weber was selected by the Canadiens in the third round (73rd overall) of the 2007 NHL Entry Draft. Over the course of 45 games in 2011-12, the 5-foot-11, 193-pound defenseman scored four goals – all on the power play – and 12 assists, posting career-highs across the board.
Beginning his NHL career with the Canadiens in 2008-09, the Morges, Switzerland native would go on to play 94 games for the Montreal organization, amassing five goals and 23 assists in that span.
27-year-old Chris Campoli was acquired by the Canadiens as a free agent, signing a one-year deal with the team on September 28, 2011. Over the course of his 22 games in 2011-12, the 6-foot, 200-pound defenseman scored a total of two goals and four assists, while blocking 26 shots.
In 419 career NHL games, the Toronto native has amassed 35 goals and 106 assists, while racking up 194 career penalty minutes. Before coming to the Canadiens, Campoli also spent time with the Islanders, Senators and Blackhawks.
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