Montreal Canadiens forward Dale Weise took a skate to the face during Saturday night’s 4-3 overtime win over the Toronto Maple Leafs. Being the true, tough hockey player that he is, Weise did not let the bloody cut keep him out of the game long. He received stitches and returned to the game. But he […]
Dale Weise took a hockey skate to the face during the Toronto-Montreal game on Saturday night, and the scar from it is vicious.
You have probably seen the 'after' picture (below) of Dale Weise, who took Nazem Kadri's skate to his face last night.
Here is how it happened and scroll to the 1:45 mark for a slow-motion replay.
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Candiens forward Dale Weise was on the receiving end of a gnarly injury Saturday night when the skate of Tonronto Maple Leafs center Nazem Kadri came down on Weise’s face while he was down on the ice.
Thing could have turned out way worse than they did, and Weise got stitches to close up the gash on his upper lip. Maybe Weise will take up the #MustacheMarch cause as a cover.
Dale Weise of the Montreal Canadians was on the receiving end of a skate to the face from the Toronto Maple Leafs Nazem Kadri. The two got tangled up along the boards in the Canadians 4-3 overtime victory on Saturday night. Naturally, since Weise is a hockey player, he returned to the ice after leaving […]Continue reading...
Canadiens forward Dale Weise took a skate to the face courtesy of Maple Leafs forward Nazem Kadri, and the result was none too pretty. Dale’s teammate George Parros took to Twitter to show off Dale’s scar, and as you would expect it is fairly nasty. Hockey players continue to be the toughest folks out there.
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It figures that I'd leave the country, have no internet for a week, and the Canadiens would make a trade, but there ya go. As you already know, the Habs flipped Raphael Diaz to Vancouver for Dale Weise. Did Marc Bergevin make a good deal? Hard to say. I believe the Canadiens lowered Diaz's value over time by not playing him, but they did get an asset for a player that otherwise...
For the past several years at the company where he works in Winnipeg, Miles Weise has been using a Canadiens coffee cup.
He’s a lifelong Habs fan, but Weise has also been rooting for the Vancouver Canucks because his son Dale started playing for the team in the 2011-12 season.
It was just a week ago that Weise, who had been teased at work for not having a Vancouver cup, took...
Despite a rare goal by the player they acquired from the Montreal Canadiens this week, the Vancouver Canucks continue to slide.
They can avoid losing six straight for the first time in five years by ending their struggles against the Canadiens on Thursday night.
Defenseman Raphael Diaz scored his first goal of the season and fifth of his three-year career Tuesday, one day after...
Via AP on Fox
February 05, 2014
A Coup for Gillis and Co.
A slew of injuries to the Vancouver Canucks blueline and a less than desirable start to an all-important five game road trip later, and management has already seen enough.
In an effort to curb the trend of demoralizing losses and mitigate the recent losses of right-handed defencemen, Kevin Bieksa and Chris Tanev, the Canucks have acquired Raphael Diaz from...
The Montreal Canadiens and Vancouver Canucks were involved in a minor trade when Raphael Diaz was traded for Dale Weise. Diaz is a second pairing defenceman who is good at blocking shots, moving the puck and killing penalties. Dale Weise is a fourth line right winger who can cycle the puck.
At first glance, it appears that the Vancouver Canucks won this trade. Habs GM Marc
The Montreal Canadiens have sent defenseman Raphael Diaz to Vancouver in return for hard nosed winger Dale Weise. Diaz is in the final year of a contract that pays him $1.25-million in Vancouver. Diaz hasn’t seen a lot of ice time this year, having not dressed for a single game since January 16th against Ottawa. The Swiss-born Diaz, who will where [...]
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The Vancouver Canucks have acquired Raphael Diaz from the Montreal Canadiens in exchange for Dale Weise, the team announced on Monday.
Diaz was on the trade black since he is a unrestricted free agent at the end of this season.
In 46 games this season, Diaz posted 11 assists and a minus-4 rating. The Canucks have several holes to fill...
The Montreal Canadiens have traded defenseman Raphael Diaz to the Vancouver Canucks for forward Dale Weise.
The 28-year-old Diaz had 11 assists and 12 penalty minutes in 46 games for the Canadiens this season.
The native of Baar, Switzerland, has 41 points (four goals, 37 assists) and 48 penalty minutes in 128 NHL career games.
He joins a Canucks' blue line that has suffered...
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February 03, 2014
The Vancouver Canucks announced Monday that they have acquired defenseman Raphael Diaz from the Montreal Canadiens in exchange for right winger Dale Weise. Diaz, 28, has recorded 11 assists and 12 penalty minutes in 46 games for the Canadiens this season. He has played three seasons in the NHL, recording a total of 41 points (4-37-41) and 48 penalty minutes in 128 career games. Diaz...
I have made several additions and updates over the last day to Eklund's Trade Rumor Chart.
Earlier today, the Canadiens sent Raphael Diaz to Vancouver for forward Dale Weise. This is a nice little deal for both sides, in my opinion.
Thomas Vanek turning down the Islanders means that he probably already has a destination in mind. The loud whisper for months has been Minnesota...
#Canucks have acquired defenceman Raphael Diaz from Montreal in exchange for Dale Weise. Formal announcement to follow.
— Vancouver Canucks (@VanCanucks) February 3, 2014
There appears to be some bad blood between the Vancouver Canucks and Phoenix Coyote centre Martin Hanzal, who achieved the dubious distinction of injuring three Canuck forwards in one period nine days ago.
Hanzal used his stick to take out Henrik Sedin, Mike Santorelli and David Booth in the third period of a 1-0 Coyote victory in Phoenix. None of the three players were able to...
Puck drops, then....
00:02 Calgary Ladislav Smid: 5 minutes, fighting
00:02 Vancouver Kevin Bieksa: 5 minutes, fighting
00:02 Calgary Brian Mcgrattan: 5 minutes, fighting
00:02 Vancouver Tom Sestito: 5 minutes, fighting
00:02 Calgary Blair Jones: 5 minutes, fighting
00:02 Vancouver Dale Weise: 5 minutes, fighting
00:02 Calgary Chris Butler: 5 minutes, fighting
You Could Almost See It Coming
It is often said that teams will mirror the personality of their coach. If you were fortunate enough to watch the Vancouver Canucks play the L.A. Kings last night, new life was breathed into that sentiment.
The game itself was essentially a four point match, with the Canucks having the opportunity to leapfrog the Kings in the standings with a regulation...
from Ben Kuzma of the Vancouver Province,
At the end of a bitter bad-blood battle, the Kings would claim a 1-0 victory, but this wasn’t about the points or the fact the Kings have four regular-season wins over the Canucks for the first time in 23 years. It was about making a point and maintaining a resilient collective mindset that Tortorella has been drilling into his troops...
Los Angeles Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick appeared to take a dive during Monday night's game against Vancouver that was so flagrant that he was called out by the team's own television announcers.As Quick was passing the puck to a teammate, Canucks forward Dale Weise came to a stop on the edge of the goal crease and lightly bumped Quick. Although Quick went down as if Weise...
The big question now is will there be a Shannaban for for Dale Weise's slew foot on Kings defenseman Drew Doughty? There was no penalty called on the play. Through two periods of play there was over 100-minutes in penalties. All bets are off now gang after the slew foot by Weise on Doughty! The inmates are going to run the prison with the guards on leave!— Kerry Fraser (@kfraserthecall...
They were the best of times, they were the worst of times, they were the worst of times when your goalie gets run over AGAIN, and NOTHING is done about it. Come to think of it, it just seems like no one wants the Canucks to succeed. The Canucks might be down on the mat, but they’re not out.
- A famous philosopher and HUGE Canucks fan
Whether its the injury bug, the flu bug, gold...
The Canucks and Senators will be playing in the Heritage Classic at BC Place on March 2nd, as part of the NHL’s “stadium series”. As with the Winter Classic, the best part of the game isn’t the game at all. It’s the TV Show that accompanies the game. HBO 24/7 has been must watch television in the past, and it looks like we will get at least a portion of that for the Canucks...