2007-08: Moon has spent last season playing for the Kingston Frontenacs of the OHL. The right-handed forward lead his team in scoring with 35 goals and 77 points but was also a team worst -25. Was named to the Eastern Conference OHL All-Stars. Helped team Ontario win the gold medal during the Canada Winter Games.
As a right-handed shot with a finishing touch and the versatility to play all three forward positions, the Penguins hope that Moon can mesh with one of their highly talented centers one day. The talented forward has an above average shot repertoire and good release. His one-timer is as quick and accurate and the release on his wrist shot is deceptively fast. Moon’s game still needs to be polished as he can experience difficulties in give-and-go situations and does not appear completely comfortable playing off the rush. His passing and on-ice awareness needs to improve too as he is occasionally found out of position and can be prone to giveaways. Moon’s skating, while in some circles is considered a flaw, is more than adequate and includes a quick first step.