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Rotoworld Feb 13, 2015

Travis Moen is projected to play on 4th line - Travis Moen (W) Dallas Stars

Travis Moen (lower body) is expected to play on the fourth line on Friday.
Defending Big D Feb 5, 2015

Dallas Stars Recall Brett Ritchie from AHL; Travis Moen Placed on Injured Reserve

The rookie is back. The Dallas Stars have recalled winger Brett Ritchie from the AHL this morning, while placing winger Travis Moen on injured reserve. Ritchie hasn't played for Dallas since before the All-Stars break, when he suffered an undisclosed injury and missed three games. The rookie was returned to the AHL after both Erik Cole and Patrick Eaves were healthy, but with Moen now injured the Stars are without an extra forward at the NHL level. With how well Eaves is playing on the top line, the guess is that Ritchie and Colton Sceviour will rotate on the fourth line for now. Here's the...

Stars recall Brett Ritchie from AHL, place Travis Moen on IR

Moen has a black eye from taking a stick just above his eye a few games back, but I’m not sure if that’s the issue. It will be interesting to see if Ritchie plays tonight and on which line. He …

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