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22 Dale Weise RW
Height/Weight: 6-2/210 | Birthdate: 8/5/1988 | Birthplace: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada | Team: Montreal Canadiens | College: None | NHL Experience: 4 | Salary: $615,000 | Owned/Started%: 6/3
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4/19/2015

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Dale Weise

Weise Leads Habs Past Sens In Game 3

News: Dale Weise netted a pair of goals, including the overtime winner, Sunday against Ottawa in Game 3.
Analysis: A heroic effort from Dale Weise, who also finished with three shots on goal. The third-liner is a solid depth scorer and is capable of producing in a bottom-six role. Weise scored three goals in the Canadiens 2013-14 playoff run and is delivering once again this time around. If Montreal can keep getting production from depth players like Weise, they could make it very deep into the playoffs.

3/19/2015

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Dale Weise

Habs' Weise Claims First-Star Honors

News: Dale Weise was named the game's first star Thursday after tallying his 10th goal and an assist in a 4-0 win over Carolina.
Analysis: Because the goal -- which he scored 5:51 into the first period -- was the first one scored in a shutout, Dale Weise was credited with the game-winner. He's picked up three points in his last two games, but hasn't taken more than one shot on goal in a game since Feb. 24 -- a 12-game span.

3/6/2015

Dale Weise, RW, MON Habs' Weise Gets Secondary Assist

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Habs' Weise Gets Secondary Assist

News: Dale Weise captured a secondary assist on Max Pacioretty's third-period goal in the Habs' shootout loss to the Kings on Thursday.
Analysis: Dale Weise is still hanging on to a top-six role with the Canadiens, but his production has largely dried up after a hot start to February. He's recorded no goals and three assists over his last 13 games, and hasn't been especially active in the shot department, either, logging only 11 shots on goal during that stretch.

2/9/2015

Dale Weise, RW, MON Habs' Weise Stsys Hot With Two More Points

Dale Weise

Habs' Weise Stsys Hot With Two More Points

News: Dale Weise bagged a goal and assisted on another in Sunday's 3-1 win over the Bruins.
Analysis: That's back-to-back two-point performances for Dale Weise, who continues to shine on the Habs' top line. He's now compiled three goals and two assists over his four February games, sending his ownership rates on deeper fantasy leagues on the upswing.

2/8/2015

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Dale Weise

Habs' Weise Pots Two In Win

News: Dale Weise netted two goals in Saturday's 6-2 win over the Devils.
Analysis: Both of Dale Weise's tallies came within a three-minute span late in the third period, turning a 4-2 game into a rout. Weise has been the beneficiary of an under-the-radar appointment to the top line recently, and while his skill set is probably not best suited for that role, there's still value in skating alongside Max Pacioretty. With four points over his last five games, Weise seems poised to stick with the top trio for the time being.

1/30/2015

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Dale Weise

Habs' Weise Assists

News: Dale Weise assisted on Montreal's lone goal in Thursday night's 1-0 win over the Rangers. In addition to his assist, Weise nearly scored a first-period goal, but video replays could not overturn the on-ice ruling that the puck did not cross the goal line.
Analysis: Dale Weise is about as unlikely a top-six forward as you'll see in the NHL, but he works hard and puts himself around the net. And that pleases head coach Michel Therrien, who will leave Weise on the top line with Tomas Plekanec and Max Pacioretty as long as the Habs are winning. Weise has a career-high 17 points while averaging a career-high 12:13 of ice time per game this season.

1/18/2015

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Dale Weise

Habs Bump Weise To Top Line

News: Dale Weise was promoted to the top line and scored a goal in Saturday night's 6-4 win over the Islanders. The Canadiens had become a one-line team the past week, so head coach Michel Therrien made some tweaks.
Analysis: Dale Weise is normally a fourth-line grinder, but has been a malleable piece, capable of fitting with any teammate. He hasn't offered much fantasy value in his career, but Therrien has showed a willingness to use him as a top-six forward this season, leading to a career high in goals, assists and points through 41 games played.

1/7/2015

Dale Weise, RW, MON Montreal's Weise Extends Streak

Dale Weise

Montreal's Weise Extends Streak

News: Dale Weise scored his fifth goal of the season in Tuesday night's 4-2 loss to the Lightning. He has points in three straight games and four points (one goal, three assists) in the last five games.
Analysis: Some of his recent ice time has come on the second line as a replacement for the injured P.A. Parenteau (upper body), so Dale Weise is playing with more skilled forwards during this window of time. While the point streak qualifies him as a "hot" player, Weise is not noted for his offense.

1/4/2015

Dale Weise, RW, MON Moderate Point Surge For Habs' Weise

Dale Weise

Moderate Point Surge For Habs' Weise

News: Dale Weise supplied an assist in Saturday's 4-1 win over the Penguins. He replaced the injured P.A. Parenteau (undisclosed) at right wing on the second line and skated 13:55.
Analysis: Dale Weise now has a point in three of his last four games, but with only four shots on goal and a grand total of 18 seconds of power-play time during that span, don't go rushing to pick him up. The winger has already set a career high with 14 points in 36 games, and with a move to the team's top-six temporary, it's best to fade him.

12/6/2014

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Dale Weise

Habs' Weise On First Line

News: Dale Weise skated on the first line in Friday night's loss to Chicago. He was on the ice for a season-high 17:39 while P.A. Parenteau (10:34) was dropped to third-line duty.
Analysis: Dale Weise is a good soldier who battles hard, but he's nobody's idea of a top-six forward. The Habs called up Sven Andrighetto (nine goals, nine assists) from AHL Hamilton after Friday night's game, so we might see some lineup juggling Saturday night in Dallas.

11/15/2014

Dale Weise, RW, MON Habs Weise Scores Two Goals

Dale Weise

Habs Weise Scores Two Goals

News: Dale Weise scored twice in Saturday's win over Philadelphia. It's his second straight two-point game.
Analysis: He also had five hits and seven PIM in those two games. The production is outstanding for a guy whose primary role is energy. But it's not enough for us to recommend picking him up off the wire -- he may not get another four points before Christmas.

11/13/2014

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Dale Weise

Habs' Weise Stuffs Stat Sheet Thursday

News: Despite skating just 8:50 in Thursday's win over Boston, Dale Weise scored his first goal of the year on a penalty shot, notched an assist, went plus-2 and racked up seven PIM.
Analysis: That'll fill up the ol' fantasy stat sheet, but there also aren't a lot of people starting Dale Weise in fantasy. The fourth-liner won't have a lot of games like this, so don't rush out to grab him off the wire except in very deep leagues.

11/2/2014

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Dale Weise

Canadiens' Weise On Top Line

News: Dale Weise skated with the top line during Saturday's practice, Hockey Inside Out reports. He joined David Desharnais and Max Pacioretty during the third period of Thursday night's overtime loss to the Canucks and assisted on Pacioretty's game-tying goal with a little over two minutes remaining in regulation.
Analysis: "(Dale Weise) is a good skater, a guy who has to play with a certain level of intensity and, with that intensity, creates some space for (his teammates)," head coach Michel Therrien told reporters after practice. "We tried to create an impact with the line changes. It was positive." Therrien has not confirmed his line combinations for Sunday's game against the Flames, but if this sticks, Weise should get a boost in value.

10/26/2014

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Dale Weise

Canadiens' Weise Helps In Win

News: Dale Weise had two assists and three hits in Saturday night's 3-1 win over the Rangers.
Analysis: Dale Weise has taken up residence on the third line the past two games, filling in for Jiri Sekac (healthy scratch) again Saturday. He's playing like someone who doesn't plan to give up his new role anytime soon. Weise has two points and nine hits in the past two games, while generating some scoring chances with linemates Rene Bourque and Lars Eller.

10/22/2014

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Dale Weise

Canadiens' Weise On Third Line

News: Dale Weise was inserted into the active lineup for Tuesday night's game against Detroit, playing right wing on the third line in place of rookie Jiri Sekac.
Analysis: Dale Weise had three shots on goal and a team-high six hits in 13:14 of ice time. The third line were a combined minus-17 with one goal through the first six games, so head coach Michel Therrien thought a change was needed.

6/17/2014

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Dale Weise

Habs' Weise Signs Two-Year Contract Extension

News: Dale Weise (concussion) agreed to terms with the Canadiens on a two-year contract extension Tuesday, Canadiens.com reports.
Analysis: Dale Weise started the 2013-14 season playing with the Canucks but was traded to the Canadiens on February 3 for defenseman Raphael Diaz. The Canadiens liked what they saw from Weise after acquiring him and decided he has enough upside to deserve a contract extension. The team liked the energy and spark he provided them in the playoffs, and they believe he can provide that same energy for them in the future. Weise is still only 25 years old and now has valuable playoff experience under his belt. In 61 games this season, split between the Canucks and Canadiens, he scored six goals to go along with 10 assists. Weise scored two game-winning goals in the playoffs for the Canadiens, including an overtime winner in Game 1 of their first-round series against the Lightning. He suffered a concussion in Game 5 of the conference finals and had to sit out the final game of the series. There hasn't been anything released regarding whether or not Weise is still suffering any lingering effects of the concussion up to this point, and it's possible we won't hear anything definitive until training camp opens in the fall.

6/2/2014

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Dale Weise

Habs' Weise Has Concussion

News: GM Marc Bergevin confirmed Dale Weise suffered a concussion in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals against the Rangers, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports.
Analysis: This still doesn't explain why Dale Weise received clearance to return to the game before being ruled out of the following contest, but it's a moot point with the Canadiens now eliminated from the postseason. The timetable for concussions is notoriously volatile, but for a player like Weise who doesn't have a lengthy history of head injuries, it seems a safe bet that the soon-to-be free agent will be ready for action by the time training camp begins.

5/29/2014

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Dale Weise

Habs' Weise Out With 'Body Injury'

News: Coach Michel Therrien said that Dale Weise does not have a concussion but will be out for Game 6 with a "body injury," Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News reports.
Analysis: If Dale Weise did indeed suffer an upper-body injury and not a concussion, this would explain why he was cleared by doctors to return to action following a hit to the head in Game 5. No matter the case, Weise will still miss Thursday's contest due to injury, with Brandon Prust stepping in to take his place.

5/29/2014

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Dale Weise

Habs' Weise Apparently Has Concussion After All

News: It sounds as though Dale Weise did in fact sustain a concussion during Tuesday's Game 5 and looks to be unavailable for Game 6, Steve Zipay of Newsday reports.
Analysis: Despite being dazed on a hit to the head from the Rangers' John Moore on Tuesday, Dale Weise ended up returning to action later in the match. It could have been the case where the concussion symptoms didn't surface until after the game, and Weise's availability looks in doubt for the remainder of the series. Fortunately, the Habs will get Brandon Prust back from suspension for Game 6, making him a natural lineup replacement for Weise.

5/27/2014

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Dale Weise

Habs' Weise Cleared To Return After Hit

News: Dale Weise was examined in the quiet room after being hit in the head during Tuesday's game, and doctors cleared him to return to action, TSN's John Lu reports.
Analysis: It sounds like Dale Weise will be fully cleared to play in Game 6 as well after taking the head hit in a rugged Game 5 win.

5/6/2014

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Dale Weise

Habs' Weiss Ends Up With Game-Winner

News: Weiss scored a second-period goal to give the Canadiens a 3-0 lead during Game 3 against Boston on Tuesday, and thanks to the two Bruins goals that followed, it ended up as the game-winner. He also picked up an assist and went plus-2.
Analysis: Dale Weise isn't particularly well known for his scoring, but both his goals in the playoffs have been game-winners. Whether the offense has come or not, though, he hasn't shied away from playing a physical, hard-checking game on Montreal's fourth line.

4/17/2014

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Dale Weise

Habs' Weise Tallies OT Winner

News: Dale Weise scored the game-winning goal in overtime Wednesday night against Tampa Bay in the first game of their opening-round playoff series.
Analysis: The Canadiens carried play in the overtime period and it was only a matter of time before they converted one of their scoring chances. In this case, the hard work of the fourth line -- particularly Daniel Briere's forecheck behind the Lightning goal -- was the catalyst for the game-winner.

4/10/2014

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Dale Weise

Habs' Weise Scores In Return

News: Dale Weise returned to the lineup and scored a goal in Wednesday night's overtime loss to Chicago. It wasn't a hockey art, but Weise was rewarded for going to the net when he redirected a bouncing pass from Josh Gorges.
Analysis: Dale Weise was going to be a healthy scratch for the game before Lars Eller was scratched because of the flu. Additionally, Alex Galchenyuk left the game early with a lower-body injury. Weise could be in line for some extra minutes in the final two games, though he's not typically a scorer.

4/9/2014

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Dale Weise

Habs' Weise (Wrist) Will Play Wednesday

News: Dale Weise (wrist) will play Wednesday night against the Blackhawks, Dave Stubbs of the Montreal Gazette reports.
Analysis: Dale Weise has been absent since March 24, but has received the necessary medical clearance and will skate Wednesday night. He's expected to take the spot of Lars Eller, who will sit Wednesday due to the flu.

4/7/2014

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Dale Weise

Montreal's Weise Practices Monday

News: Dale Weise (wrist) practiced Monday and should be ready to play Wednesday night in Chicago, pending final medical clearance Tuesday, the Montreal Gazette reports. He's been out since Mar. 24 when he left in the early moments of a game against Boston.
Analysis: Dale Weise, who has been skating on his own for the past week, practiced on the fourth line with Daniel Briere and Michael Bournival.