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Apr 16, 2014
Rotoworld
Dale Weise scored the overtime winner for Montreal to lift the Canadiens to a 5-4 win over Tampa Bay in Game 1 of their opening round playoff series.
Habs’ Weise lives dream with OT goal in Game 1

Habs’ Weise lives dream with OT goal in Game 1

When Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin acquired forward Dale Weise from the Vancouver Canucks in February in exchange for defenceman Raphael Diaz, the happiest man in Canada might have been Weise’s father. Miles Weise, a warehouse manager in Winnipeg, is a lifelong […]
The Habs Nation Apr 17, 2014

Weise gives Canadiens 1-0 series lead with overtime win

Originally posted on ProHockeyTalk:The Montreal Canadiens and Tampa Bay Lightning gave hockey fans plenty of what was expected (great work from Thomas Vanek and Steven Stamkos), yet the game was just as much about the unexpected. If the frequently wide-open pace wasn’t surprising enough, Dale Weise broke the star-scoring narrative by notching the 5-4 overtime…
The Ledger Apr 17, 2014

Weise's Goal Lifts Canadiens Over Lightning in OT Thriller

Dale Weise scored 18:08 into overtime to give the Montreal Canadiens a 5-4 victory over the Tampa Bay Lightning in the opening game of their Eastern Conference quarterfinal playoff series on Wednesday night.
Los Angeles Times Apr 17, 2014

Canadiens beat Lightning in overtime, 5-4, in playoff opener

Dale Weise scores at 18:08 of overtime to give Montreal the victory on the road. Pittsburgh beats Columbus, 4-3, in its series opener.Dale Weise scored 18 minutes 8 seconds into overtime Wednesday night to give the Montreal Canadiens a 5-4 victory over the host Tampa Bay Lightning in the opening game of their Eastern Conference first-round playoff series.
Montreal Gazette Apr 16, 2014
In the Habs’ Room: ‘This has to be the biggest goal of my career,’ Dale Weise says

In the Habs’ Room: ‘This has to be the biggest goal of my career,’ Dale Weise says

Dale Weise said he was surprised that he was wide open to score the winning goal in the Canadiens’ 5-4 overtime win over the Tampa Bay Lightning Wednesday night.
Montreal Gazette Apr 16, 2014
Weise strikes in OT for 5-4 Habs win

Weise strikes in OT for 5-4 Habs win

Dale Weise scored at 17:08 of overtime to give the Canadiens a 5-4 win over the Lightning Wednesday night at the Tampa Bay Times Forum. The win gave the Canadiens 1-0 lead in the best-of-seven Eastern Conference quarter-final series.
Rotoworld Apr 16, 2014

Dale Weise the unlikely Game 1 hero vs. TB - Dale Weise (W) Montreal Canadiens

Dale Weise scored the overtime winner for Montreal to lift the Canadiens to a 5-4 win over Tampa Bay in Game 1 of their opening round playoff series.
Ottawa Citizen Apr 16, 2014
Weise scores OT winner, Habs zap Lightning in opener

Weise scores OT winner, Habs zap Lightning in opener

Dale Weise scored his first playoff goal in overtime to lift the Montreal Canadiens over the Tampa Bay Lightning 5-4 on Wednesday in Game 1 of their first-round playoff series.
ESPN Fantasy Hockey Apr 16, 2014

Canadiens Win In OT

Dale Weise's overtime goal lifted the Canadiens past the Lightning 5-4.
Montreal Gazette Apr 7, 2014
Gorges, Weise looking to return to Habs’ lineup

Gorges, Weise looking to return to Habs’ lineup

The Canadiens should have some fresh old faces in the lineup Wednesday night when they travel to the Windy City to play the Chicago Blackhawks (7:30 p.m., TSN, RDS, TSN Radio 690). Defenceman Josh Gorges and forward Dale Weise both took part in practice Monday in Brossard as the Canadiens began preparations for the final week of the regular season. Gorges has been out of the lineup since March 6 with a broken bone in his finger, while Weise suffered an upper-body injury in the early moments of a game in Boston on March 24.
Boston Herald Mar 25, 2014
Bruins Notebook: Kevan Miller packs a punch

Bruins Notebook: Kevan Miller packs a punch

Kevan Miller may be as quiet and unassuming player as you’ll find, but early last night he found himself in the eye of a little storm.At 4:50 of the first period, the defenseman nudged Dale Weise ever so slightly as the Montreal Canadiens forward was skating toward the boards in the Bruins end. The hit wasn’t particularly egregious, but it was dangerous and Weise slid hard into the boards.As Weise got up in pain (he would leave the game with an upper-body injury), linemate Travis Moen challenged Miller to a fight.
The Canadiens really want to be the team to stop the Bruins' win streak

The Canadiens really want to be the team to stop the Bruins' win streak

Montreal right wing Dale Weise wanted nothing more than for the Bruins to win last Saturday against the Phoenix Coyotes.Though a member of the Canadiens rooting for the Bruins to win is unusual, Weise’s motivation certainly wasn’t.“We were checking the score the other night against Phoenix, and Phoenix was up going into the third period and we were kind of hoping Boston would come back and win so we would get the chance to knock them off,” Weise said.
Big Bad Blog | WEEI Mar 24, 2014

Dale Weise: Canadiens rooted for Bruins to extend winning streak so they could break it

The Bruins claim to not care about their 12-game-winning streak, but the Canadiens certainly do. Habs forward Dale Weise shared after Montreal’s morning skate Monday that the Canadiens actually wanted the Bruins to win Saturday night against the Coyotes so the Habs could have the opportunity to snap the streak Monday night at TD Garden. [...]

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