7:13 AM EDT, Fri October 31, 2014
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Tortorella’s Canucks firing no surprise to happy Hab Weise

Tortorella’s Canucks firing no surprise to happy Hab Weise

All sorts of good memories came flooding back for Dale Weise when he walked into Rogers Arena on Thursday morning. And one bad one. Weise, now a member of the Montreal Canadiens, couldn’t say enough nice things about his former Vancouver Canucks teammates. The same could not be said for former coach John Tortorella.

Five-game suspension for John Moore

All things considered, John Moore should consider his five-game ban for his head shot on the Wild’s Erik Haula on Monday night a light sentence. Moore had an in-person hearing with the Stephane Quintal of the NHL Department of Player Safety this afternoon - Quintal was also in attendance at Monday’s game - and could have been subjected to a suspension of six games longer. Moore is considered a repeat offender after his two-game suspension in the Eastern Conference final for his Game 5 hit on ex-Ranger Dale Weise. Moore is eligible to return Nov. 11 against the Penguins. He will also...
Blueshirt Banter Oct 28, 2014
John Moore gets phone hearing for Haula hit on Wednesday, no more than five games

John Moore gets phone hearing for Haula hit on Wednesday, no more than five games

For his hit on Erik Haula Monday night, Dominic Moore will get a phone hearing with the NHL's Department of Player Safety. John Moore has a history when it comes to supplemental discipline in the eyes of the NHL's Department of Player Safety. Only technically 14 games ago, during the Eastern Conference Final, Moore delivered a dangerous blow to the head of Dale Weise, and was subsequently suspended two games in the postseason. Moore made himself the focus of another one of these dangerous hits Monday night, delivering a high hit to Erik Haula that knocked the Wild forward out of the game,...
Habs Eyes On The Prize Oct 27, 2014

Monday Habs Links: Beaulieu and Bournival are back up with the big club

Here are your daily links, including Dale Weise playing well and earning his playing time, the Habs best start in over 50 years, Max Pacioretty and Tomas Plekanec's magnificent play, and more. Montreal Canadiens Links Dale Weise has been inserted into the lineup for the last couple of games, and he has rewarded his coach with 2 key assists on Saturday night against the Rangers. [Canadiens] The Habs have recalled Michael Bournival and Nathan Beaulieu from the AHL on Sunday. Bournival still has not gotten into a game yet for the Habs this season and Beaulieu has been sitting out in favor...
Habs Eyes On The Prize Oct 25, 2014

Canadiens vs Rangers third period thread

2-1 for the Habs, heading into the third. Lars Eller was finally rewarded for his sold play this season, as he put the Habs up 2-1 midway through the third. Now, let's just hope Chris Kreider doesn't get any ideas in the third. Scoring Summary: 1ST PERIOD 12:06 MTL SHG - Tomas Plekanec (5) Snap shot - ASST: Max Pacioretty (4) 1 - 0 MTL 17:07 NYR Carl Hagelin (2) Wrist shot - ASST: Dan Girardi (2), Anthony Duclair (4) 1 - 1 Tie 2ND PERIOD 11:46 MTL Lars Eller (1) Wrist shot - ASST: Dale Weise (1) 2 - 1 MTL Penalty Summary: 1ST PERIOD 05:18 MTL Dale Weise...
Montreal Gazette Oct 20, 2014
Dale Weise in

Dale Weise in "Darwinian struggle" for spot on Habs' fourth line

There’s only one spot in play on the Canadiens’ fourth line and three men compete for it almost every night.
Big Bad Blog | WEEI Oct 16, 2014

Dale Weise says he didn’t lose respect for Milan Lucic, but would have if he shook his hand

BROSSARD, Quebec ‘€” The handshake line plot thickens. On Thursday morning, the Canadiens downplayed the significance of their upcoming grudge match with the Bruins, which will serve as the teams’€™ first regular-season meeting since the second round of last season ended with a Canadiens win and plenty of unused hatred. Dale Weise was a big […]
Habs Eyes On The Prize Oct 16, 2014

Dale Weise, we hardly knew ye

It is with a heavy heart that I come to you today, to discuss the inevitable passing of Montreal Canadiens forward Dale Weise. I never had the pleasure of meeting Dale, although I did get a chance to watch him seal his own fate during last spring's playoffs. He wasn't one to fuss about ceremonies too much, so I'll keep this as short as possible. Dale Kenton Weise was born in Winnipeg on August 5, 1988, and so began the journey of the man we're here to celebrate. A friend, a player, the Dutch Gretzky, a dead man walking. Dale was a well-liked player, and he had many friends around the...

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