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Travis Moen announces retirement after 12 seasons

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Travis Moen announces retirement after 12 seasons
Dallas Stars Travis Moen dives to block a St. Louis Blues shot in the third period at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis on May 3, 2016. The Blues defeated the Stars 6-1. UPI/Robert Cornforth | License Photo

Left wing Travis Moen, who helped the Anaheim Ducks win the 2007 Stanley Cup, announced his retirement Tuesday.

Moen, 34, scored 136 points (59 goals, 77 assists) in 747 career regular-season games.

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His biggest season came with the Ducks in 2006-07 when he set career-highs with 11 goals and 21 points. He stepped it up a notch in the playoffs by scoring three game-winning goals, including the winning tally in the decisive Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Finals against the Ottawa Senators.

"With all the great memories, one of the best will be winning the Stanley Cup in Anaheim with the Ducks," Moen said in a statement released through the NHL Players' Association. "It is the highlight of my career and nothing beats that feeling of accomplishing your childhood dream!"

Moen made his debut with the Chicago Blackhawks in 2003 and also played for the Ducks, San Jose Sharks, Montreal Canadiens and Dallas Stars.

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