Matt Moulson on the move again at NHL trade deadline


For the second time this season, Matt Moulson found himself on the move thanks to a trade.

Moulson, as well as Cody McCormick, were moved from the Buffalo Sabres to the Minnesota Wild just prior to the National Hockey League’s trade deadline on Wednesday. Moulson will join his third team of the season, having started with the New York Islanders, before getting traded to Buffalo near the end of October. Now, Minnesota.

He seemed positive about yet another move for he and his family, as he expressed his thoughts via Twitter.

Moulson, according to, is in the final year of a three-year contract worth a total of $9.4 million. He’s also a pending unrestricted free agent. Is there a future with the Wild beyond just the rest of this season?