"It has a lot more to do with the guys I play with," Moulson said with typical humility. "Johnny's one of the best players in the game, and P.A. [Parenteau] and Okie [Kyle Okposo] have been great, too. I'm not exactly producing goals on my own."
Doing it three seasons in a row, though, justifies the three-year, $9.4-million contract he signed last summer.
"My dream was always to get to the NHL and maybe score 20 goals," he said. "I guess I've changed my focus. Now, the goals are nice, it's great to get to 30, but it's all about winning games for me."