Don't really see the point of getting he especially with what he might cost in a trade. Dude is nothing all that special and as mentioned is having a difficult season. Would really depend on who would be going the other way and where Therrien would play him.
Moen is a playoff warrior too and was a pretty key complementary player for the Ducks in their cup win (12pts in 21 games). He's a solid 4th liner. If we were to get Talbot, I rather it is to replace Armstrong.
Could be interesting...the Rangers are a mess right now, they lost Prust and some sandpaper, and seem to have tuned out Torts, the Quiz Master....
Boyle was Prust's line-mate in NYR, too. He hasn't had a good season this year, so it because one of those "change of scenery" things - but I think he would be a solid pick-up for Montreal. He's also gigantic and likes to go to the net, and is hard to move from that spot.
Boyd Gordon is a guy I would like to see the Habs target. He is very good at faceoffs and is a RH shot that brings a different element to the Habs center depth. He is also a good PKer which would take some pressure off of Plekanec and Eller, plus (hopefully) improve the PK as whole.
If Phoenix does not make a push into the top 8 before the deadline I hope they target him. Should cost less than Talbot plus is an upcoming UFA so if he doesn't fit he walks. But if he is good, the team can extend him at a good price, and he is still in his prime; will be 30 at the start of next season.