The Canadiens have recalled Dale Weise from Laval (AHL).
Weise had five goals and six assists (11 points) in 42 games with the Flyers this year before going to Lehigh Valley (AHL). Weise returns to the Canadiens, where he played from 2014-to-2016, collecting 27 goals and 32 assists (59 points) in 152 games. He takes Kenny Agostino’s spot on the roster.
The Canadiens have acquired Dale Weise and Christian Folin from the Flyers for David Schlemko and Byron Froese.
Weise will draw into the Flyers lineup on Wednesday.
Weise has not played yet this season but will enter the lineup tonight in place of Jordan Weal. Weise had just four goals and four assists (eight points) in 46 games for the Flyers.
Weise will return to the Flyers lineup on Thursday.
Weise will be drawing into the Flyers lineup for the first time since January 4th. Weise will replace Taylor Leier in the lineup and comes in with just six points (4G / 2A) in 34 games this season.
Weise is expected to be back in the Flyers lineup on Monday.
Weise has been a healthy scratch for the last three games but it looks like he will replace Jordan Weal in the Flyers lineup on Monday. Weise has struggled this season, recording just two goals and one assist in 17 games.
Weise will draw back into the Flyers' lineup on Saturday.
Weise will be back in the Flyers’ lineup on Thursday.
Weise has been a healthy scratch for the last five games, but will replace Travis Konecny in the lineup tonight. Weise has just five points (2G / 3A) in 41 games this season.
Weise will be back in the Flyers’ lineup on Wednesday.
Weise was a healthy scratch on Monday, but will replace Boyd Gordon in the lineup tonight vs. the Capitals. Weise has had a rough debut season in Philadelphia, picking up just four points (2G / 2A) in 29 games.
Weise will be a healthy scratch on Monday.
Weise has scored just two goals with two assists in 29 games this season and tonight he will be scratched and Boyd Gordon will get back into the lineup.
Weise will be a healthy scratch on Thursday.
Weise has just one assist in eight games this season and will sit out as a healthy scratch on Thursday with Michael Raffl re-entering the lineup. It has not been an ideal start to the season for Weise, who signed a four-year deal this offseason.
The NHL has suspended Dale Weise for three games for his hit on Korbinian Holzer.
The Flyers have signed Dale Weise to a four-year deal worth $9.4 million ($2.35M AAV).
Weise, 27, spent his time with the Canadiens and Blackhawks in 2015-16, totalling 14 goals and 13 assists (27 points) in 71 games. He struggled in a smaller role after being acquired by the Blackhawks, picking up just a single assist in 15 games. He is a solid top-9 forward who can play physically as well as pack a bit of an offensive punch for the Flyers in 2016-17.
Weise will make his Blackhawks debut on Thursday.
Source: Eric Lear 03/3/16, 12:03 pm EST
The Blackhawks have acquired Dale Weise and Tomas Fleischman from the Canadiens for Phillip Danault and a 2018 2nd round pick.
Weise, 27, is a pending unrestricted free agent and the Canadiens playoff hopes are slim, so they’ve moved him to a contender. Weise is having a career-year, having posted 14 goals and 12 assists (26 points) in 56 games with Montreal.
Weise (illness) will travel to Washington for Wednesday's game.
Weise was scratched from Monday’s game vs. Nashville, but will travel to Washington and could return on Wednesday. Wise has 14 goals and 11 assists (25 points) in 55 games this season.
Weise (upper-body) will not play on Tuesday.
Weise (upper-body) will be scratched on Tuesday because of an upper-body injury that he suffered at the Winter Classic. With Weise out, Devante Smith-Pelly will be back in the lineup.
Source: Stu Cowan 01/5/16, 1:25 pm EST
Weise will miss 2-3 weeks with an upper-body injury.
Source: Arpon Basu 01/3/16, 6:27 am EST
Weise (upper-body) will not return to the Winter Classic.
Weise was injured in the second period while blocking a shot. He went to the locker room and is expected to stay there due to the upper-body injury.
Dale Weise had 2 goals versus Philly on Saturday.
Weise now has 3 goals and 4 points in his last 2 games. He has 8 points in 15 games on the season.
Source: NHL.com 11/15/14, 6:26 pm EST
Weise suffered a concussion in the Eastern Conference Finals.
Head coach Michel Therrien did not call the injury a concussion at first, however it seemed pretty clear that he had suffered a head injury opposed to what Therrien called a "body" injury. John Moore will miss game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals as a result of his two-game suspension for the hit on Weise.