April 7, 2011 4:40 pm

Rebound game for Moller

Oscar Moller didn’t get rewarded with any points in last night’s game against Phoenix, but after a couple games in which his effectiveness seemed limited, Moller was more involved and created more for himself against the Coyotes. Moller totaled four shots in goal in more than 18 minutes of ice time, and Terry Murray was mostly pleased with Moller’s effort on the line with Dustin Penner and Michal Handzus…

MURRAY: “There were a few things that I’d like to see him better at, but there were some opportunities that he generated, just with his own individual abilities, that were what you have to have from a player that’s playing on your top two lines. So I thought he was, in a critical time, explosive. He was a threat and, if it wasn’t for Bryzgalov making a huge save, he would have come up and won that game in regulation.”

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