Forgot Log-in or  Password? |  Help  Not a member, Register Now!
Play Fantasy Use your Fantasy skills to win Cash Prizes. Join or start a league today. Play Now
      
Fantasy Football Today
Fantasy Football Today Blog
Gameday Inactives
2014 Draft Prep Guide
Downloadable Draft Kit
Mock Drafts
Get Your Draft Board
Player News
Stats
Players
Depth Charts
Roster Trends
Columns
Injury Report
Projections
Rankings
Red Zone Stats
Teams
Schedules
Scores
Standings
Fantasy Games
Playoff Challenge
Commissioner
Prize Leagues
Free
Office Pool Manager
Game Pick'em
Player Challenge
Fantasy Baseball Today
Fantasy Baseball Today Blog
Downloadable Draft Kit
Mock Drafts
Player News
Stats
Players
Depth Charts
Roster Trends
Columns
Injury Report
Rankings
Projections
Teams
Schedules
Probable Pitchers
Scores
Standings
Fantasy Games
Commissioner
Free
Prize Leagues
Player News
Stats
Players
Columns
Injuries
Projections
Rankings
Teams
Schedules
Message Boards
Fantasy Games
Commissioner
Free
Player News
Stats
Players
Columns
Injury Report
Projections
Rankings
Teams
Schedules
Mock Drafts
Scores
Standings
Fantasy Games
Commissioner
Free
Prize Leagues
Downloadable Draft Kit
Player News
Stats
Players
Columns
Injury Report
Projections
Rankings
Teams
Schedules
Mock Drafts
Scores
Standings
Fantasy Games
Commissioner
Free
Prize Leagues
No Fantasy Teams Found
 
player photo
 
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%: 0/0
MON

Latest Updates

 
6/17/2014

Dale Weise, RW, MON

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

Dale Weise, RW, MON

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

Dale Weise, RW, MON

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

Dale Weise, RW, MON

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

Dale Weise, RW, MON

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

Dale Weise, RW, MON

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

Dale Weise, RW, MON

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

Dale Weise, RW, MON

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

Dale Weise, RW, MON

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

Dale Weise, RW, MON

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.

3/25/2014

Dale Weise, RW, MON

Dale Weise

Habs' Weise (Wrist) Out 2-3 Weeks

News: Dale Weise will be out 2-3 weeks with an upper body injury, according to the teams' official site.
Analysis: Dale Weise missed Tuesday's contest after taking a tough hit to the boards Monday against the Bruins, and it looks like he'll have to miss extended time as a result of an apparent wrist injury.

3/25/2014

Dale Weise, RW, MON

Dale Weise

Habs Rule Weise Out Tuesday

News: Dale Weise (undisclosed) will not play Tuesday against the Sabres, Ren Lavoie of TVA Sports reports.
Analysis: It's not much of a surprise after Dale Weise left Monday's tilt with the Bruins in the first period following a check into the boards. The Habs have yet to provide an update on the extent of his injury.

3/25/2014

Dale Weise, RW, MON

Dale Weise

Habs Lose Weise Monday

News: Dale Weise left Monday night's win over Boston early in the first period after taking a cross-check into the boards, the Montreal Gazette reports.
Analysis: The exact nature of the injury was not disclosed, so we'll be looking for some follow-up information. Dale Weise should be considered day-to-day heading into Tuesday night's meeting with the Sabres.

3/19/2014

Dale Weise, RW, MON

Dale Weise

Habs' Weise A Winner

News: Dale Weise scored an empty-net goal to finish off Tuesday's 6-3 win over Colorado and has scored in two straight games. The Canadiens are 9-1-1 when Weise is in the lineup.
Analysis: Contrary to the evidence submitted over the last two games, Dale Weise is not employed for his scoring skills, though he should be a fixture on the Habs' fourth line going forward.

2/5/2014

Dale Weise, RW, MON

Dale Weise

Habs' Weise Contributes In Debut

News: Dale Weise made his debut with Montreal on Tuesday, playing 12:45 with three shots on goal and three hits in a 2-0 win over Calgary.
Analysis: Not a bad debut for Dale Weise, who played primarily on the fourth line. Though we don't see him getting this much time on a nightly basis. The fourth line played well, getting off nine of the team's 27 shots and spending lots of time in the offensive zone, which prompted coach Michel Therrien to roll all four lines.

2/4/2014

Dale Weise, RW, MON

Dale Weise

Weise To Make Montreal Debut

News: Dale Weise, who was acquired from Vancouver on Monday, will suit up for Tuesday night's game against Calgary, Hockey Inside Out reports.
Analysis: Dale Weise took part in Tuesday's morning skate, lining up with fourth liners Michael Bournival and Ryan White.

2/3/2014

Dale Weise, RW, MON

Dale Weise

Canucks Trade Weise To Canadiens

News: Dale Weise was traded to the Canadiens on Monday in exchange for defenseman Raphael Diaz.
Analysis: Dale Weise had seen less than five minutes in each of his last two games for the Canucks, and while he won't necessarily be in line for an increased role in Montreal, he at least gives them a fourth-line alternative to George Parros. The 25-year-old has three goals and nine assists in 44 games on the season.

12/13/2013

Dale Weise, RW, MON

Dale Weise

Canucks' Weise Scores Goal During Friday's Win

News: Wiese scored his third goal of the season during the Canucks' 4-0 win over the Oilers on Friday.
Analysis: Dale Weise capped off the night for the Canucks when he scored with just 25 seconds left in the game. It was his first point in four games and he now has three goals and six assists on the year.

11/30/2013

Dale Weise, RW, MON

Dale Weise

Canucks' Weise Adds Point For Third Straight Game

News: Dale Weise assisted on a second-period goal in Saturday's loss to the Rangers.
Analysis: Dale Weise isn't typically regarded as one of the Canucks' more proficient scorers, but he's managed to deliver one goal and three assists over his last five games. His scoring might dry up soon, but the recent run of success has at least allowed him to creep onto the radar in deeper leagues.

11/19/2013

Dale Weise, RW, MON

Dale Weise

Canucks' Weise Confirmed To Play Tuesday

News: Dale Weise (leg) will be activated from IR to play Tuesday against the Panthers, Sportsnet's Dan Murphy reports.
Analysis: Dale Weise will be used on the fourth line with Tom Sestito and Jeremy Welsh. He's been out for nearly a month since sustaining a leg injury in late October.

11/19/2013

Dale Weise, RW, MON

Dale Weise

Canucks' Weise Expected To Play Tuesday

News: Head coach John Tortorella expects Dale Weise (leg) to play in Tuesday's game against the Panthers.
Analysis: Dale Weise has been sidelined since injuring his leg in late October, but it appears he is set to return at the low end of his 3-to-4-week expected absence. Weise figures to slot in on one of the Canucks' checking lines when he is officially activated from injured reserve.

11/14/2013

Dale Weise, RW, MON

Dale Weise

Canucks' Weise Expected To Return Tuesday

News: Dale Weise (leg) expects to be activated from injured reserve Tuesday to play against the Panthers, TSN.ca reports.
Analysis: Dale Weise took part in Thursday's morning skate and hasn't been ruled out for the Canucks' game on Sunday, but it's more likely the team will give him the weekend off to prepare for a return next week. The winger had three points in 12 games before sustaining the leg injury in late October.

10/28/2013

Dale Weise, RW, MON

Dale Weise

Canucks' Weise Out For 3-4 Weeks

News: Dale Weise will miss 3-4 weeks with a leg injury.
Analysis: Dale Weise has played in 12 games this season for the Canucks, totaling one goal and two assists. He left last Thursday's game with a leg injury and did not return. It appears to be a relatively significant injury, since he could potentially be out an entire month.

10/24/2013

Dale Weise, RW, MON

Dale Weise

Canucks' Weise Leaves With Leg Injury

News: Dale Weise left Thursday's game with a leg injury and will not return, Brad Ziemer of the Vancouver Sun reports.
Analysis: Teammate David Booth also exited the game with an injury of his own, leaving the Canucks without a fourth line. Dale Weise has been a decent contributor for the Canucks this season with three points in 12 games despite receiving less than 10 minutes of ice time per contest.

10/6/2013

Dale Weise, RW, MON

Dale Weise

Canucks' Weise Gets First Of Season

News: Dale Weise scored his first goal of the season in Sunday's 5-4 overtime win over the Flames.
Analysis: Dale Weise is a depth scorer in Vancouver and isn't known to be a consistent goal-scorer. He will get some points but he is currently on the fourth line and is more known for his physical play rather than his offense.