To answer the question, a healthy Moss does not exist. I think if he were healthy, he'd still be in Calgary.
Moss is what you want out of an offensive bottom 6 forward though. He plays in all three zones, all three positions, his strongest being the opponent's end and probably RW, respectively. While he does not have a good shot on his own right, he's willing to play in the corners and do all the grunt work you'd ask someone to. He has a penchant for scoring plentiful amounts of dirty goals, whether they bounce off him, are short rebound goals, or deflections. In terms of puck control, he's alright...nothing special. If he's on a top 6 role, his lack of skill is evident. He also has average skating ability and limited playmaking, being at scoring than setting up plays. For best results, he could be paired with a hard shot, who he can get the rebounds off of.
Moss at 2.1 is a fair price, if a healthy version of him existed. Problem is, Moss is made out of tin foil at this point.