Dale Weise

#22 RW / Montreal Canadiens / EXP: 5YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 210 lb Age: 27 College: None

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    • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

      Canadiens' Dale Weise: Scores 9th in Thursday's loss

      Weise scored his ninth goal of the season in Thursday night's 3-2 loss to Arizona. Weise, who snapped a four-game point drought, has been good bang for Montreal's buck. He's one off his career high of 10 goals set last season with Montreal and is plus-8 through 20 games.

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      Canadiens' Dale Weise: Stays hot in Thursday's win

      Weise extended his point streak to four games with a first-period, power-play goal in Thursday night's 4-1 win over the Islanders. It was the second straight game with a power-play goal. Weise, who has five goals and an assist in the last four games, has earned himself more overall ice time as well as time on the power play as the result of his scoring binge. In his last six games, Weise has averaged 15:24 (23 shifts) of ice time with 1:53 on the man advantage. In the nine games prior, he was getting 12:12 of ice time (19 shifts) per game with 12 seconds on the power play.

    • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

      Canadiens' Dale Weise: Scores 7th goal in Tuesday's loss

      Weise scored Montreal's lone goal in Tuesday night's 2-1 overtime loss to Ottawa. Incredibly, Weise is now tied for the team lead with seven goals. What began the season as the Habs' third line -- Tomas Fleischmann, David Desharnais and Weise -- are second on the team with 32 points, one point fewer than the team's top line.

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      Canadiens' Dale Weise: Scores hat trick in win

      Weise scored a hat trick and fired seven shots on goal in Friday's win over the Flames. A dominant showing from Weise, who now has six goals in 12 games. The 27-year-old has fired an impressive 30 shots on goal thus far and is producing in a third-line role in Montreal. Coming off a career-high 29-point campaign, Weise is well on his way to another successful season in his third year with the Habs.

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      Canadiens' Dale Weise: Bookend goals in win over Buffalo

      Weise scored the first and last goals of the game in Friday night's 7-2 win over the Sabres. Weise, who potted a career-high 10 goals in 2014-15, could be an affordable contributor for fantasy teams this season. He's playing regular shifts on the third line for a team that's leading the NHL in goals, averaging nearly eight per game.

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      Canadiens' Dale Weise: Scores first goal of 2015-16

      Weise scored his first goal of the season Thursday in a win over the Rangers. Coming off a career-high 10 goals and 29 points last year, Weise opened this season quietly, notching an assist and a minus-2 rating in the first four games, but he beat Henrik Lundqvist and the Rangers, with whom he made his NHL debut in the 2010-11 season after they drafted him in '08. As a third-liner who doesn't mix it up that much and has limited offensive upside, Weise doesn't hold a lot of fantasy value.

    • Led team in goals

      News: Dale Weise led the Canadiens with two goals in the preseason.
      Analysis: Dale Weise is slated for third-line duty to start the season, skating with Tomas Fleischmann and David Desharnais. That trio has been the most productive grouping during the preseason.
    • Habs' Weise Poised To Play Sunday

      News: Dale Weise (maintenance) took part in warmups in advance of Sunday's Game 6 against the Sens, John Lu of TSN reports.
      Analysis: Dale Weise, who did not take part in Sunday's morning skate, worked on a trio with Alex Galchenyuk and David Desharnais in warmups, while Brian Flynn and Manny Malhotra are in line to be the Habs' scratches up font on Sunday.
    • Habs' Weise Misses Sunday Morning Skate

      News: Dale Weise (maintenance) did not take part in Sunday's morning skate, Dave Stubbs of the Montreal Gazette reports.
      Analysis: Per coach Michel Therrien, Dale Weise -- whose absence Sunday morning was characterized by the team as a therapy day -- should be available for Sunday night's game against Ottawa, but such an outcome may not be solidified until pre-game warmups. Weise has scored two goals through the first five games of the Habs' series against Ottawa, with both of his tallies having come in Game 3's overtime win.
    • 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.
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