Moniak missed some time with a sore hip earlier this month. He hit .284/.340/.409 with a homer and 10 steals in 176 at-bats in the Gulf Coast League this season.
Hunter hauled in two of four passes for 25 yards during Sunday's loss to the Dolphins while seeing the field for 53 of 57 offensive plays.
Hunter picked up a start in this one due to the banged-up nature of the rest of the receiving corps, something that might continue with Marquise Goodwin (concussion) being yet another add to that list. It's worth noting that starter Robert Woods (foot) could come back this week, so Hunter's situation remains fluid.
Acy (ankle) said he expects to play in Wednesday's season opener against the Pacers, Earl K. Sneed of Mavs.com reports.
Acy returned to full practice Sunday and indicated his right ankle felt fine afterward, so he doesn't appear at much risk of missing the opener. The Mavericks will turn to Acy to provide some three-point shooting at the power-forward spot off the bench, but he's unlikely to see extended minutes so long as starter Dirk Nowitzki and top backup Dwight Powell remain healthy.
Kane scored a goal, posted a plus-2 rating and registered four shots on net during Monday's loss to Calgary.
It's been business as usual through seven games for Kane. He has returned two goals and six assists with a plus-7 rating and 22 shots on net. While the supporting cast around him might be the weakest it has been since he entered the league, it hasn't impacted Kane's offense. Barring injury, he'll take another run at the Art Ross Trophy while rewarding fantasy owners in the process.