Moulson dished out a pair of helpers, and added three shots Thursday against the Bruins.
Moulson assisted on both of his team's goals in this 4-2 loss, with his second helper coming on the power play. This performance broke a five-game pointless streak for the veteran winger, who is skating on the first line and top power-play unit despite the lack of production.
Moulson scored a power-play goal during a loss to the Devils on Friday.
The goal snapped an eight-game goal drought, which highlights how unreliable Moulson has been as a fantasy contributor after starting the season with four goals through the first five games of the campaign. The 33-year-old veteran is off the fantasy radar in the majority of leagues, especially since he could be bumped out of a top-six role once Buffalo is completely healthy.
He also sent four shots on goal, laid a hit, and even blocked two shots while receiving a season-high 15:06 of ice time. The three-time 30-plus-goal scorer has looked somewhat rejuvenated thus far this year, as he's now up to four goals in five games after managing just eight in 81 contests last season. In addition, Moulson already has 15 shots on goal after managing a meager 111 in 2015-16, so it might be time to start paying closer attention to the 32-year-old as a potential waiver-wire add.
Moulson was the only Sabre who could beat Montreal netminder Al Montoya in Thursday's season-opening 4-1 loss. He took four shots and finished minus-1 in 11:29 on the ice.
Once upon a time, Moulson was John Tavares' wingman and a three-time 30-goal man for the Islanders -- but that's ancient history at this point. The latter-day Moulson is a third-liner at best who's looking to bounce back from the worst season of his career; this was a solid start, but it doesn't mean fantasy owners should be running out to pick him up.