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06-24-2011, 02:15 PM
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Howlings - Dale Weise Re-signs

Mitch Beck's website on the CT Whale says that sources confirm Dale Weise has re-signed with the organization...

http://howlings.net/2011/06/24/breaking-news/

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06-24-2011, 02:28 PM
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Mitch Beck's website on the CT Whale says that sources confirm Dale Weise has re-signed with the organization...

http://howlings.net/2011/06/24/breaking-news/
i hope he makes the team, hmaybe bigger version of Prust. cant help to give him some more games.

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Glad he'll be returning. Great asset for the Whale, and I think he could still end up as a quality 4th liner on the Rangers.

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He's an awful fighter, but he works his ass off.

Nothing wrong with this, maybe he can finally make it to the 4th line.

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Glad he'll be returning. Great asset for the Whale, and I think he could still end up as a quality 4th liner on the Rangers.
My sentiments exactly

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Yeah, I'm not sure how we find all these guys with decent size who can't fight worth a lick. Kind of meh on him. But who knows, right? He could be this years Sauer.

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I like Weise...he is a good kid and has skill and size.

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He's an awful fighter, but he wi.orks his ass off.

Nothing wrong with this, maybe he can finally make it to the 4th line.

Worst case, he will be the next Kypreos who was a punching bag along with 4th line skills. But I think he is both a better fighter and a better player than Kypreos, which is not saying much.

But like I said before, every young asset we have is one fewer veteran asset we have to acquire later. If we have Weise be Kypreos, Lindberg be MacTavish, Grachev be Matteau, Erixon be Lowe, etc, all these vets needed to be acquired for youth. If our prospects fill these roles, we don't have to surrender to trade for vets.

That said, I would be disappointed if Weise became no better than Kypreos.

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Weise probably received the NHL minimum of $525,000 in exchange for a higher AHL salary usually $75,000. Two way contract. The Rangers have done that with their other similar group II's. Weise spent 25 days on the NHL roster. 186 day season. $70,564 summer cap hit.

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My sentiments exactly

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I was going to post this.

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Weise is a real third/fourth line prospect, who is a character player. Can't imagine that the Rangers would have let him go for nothing. He should get a very good look in camp.

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Like it. Good Hartford guy, and filled in alright on the 4th line.

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Tough fit with Prust, Gaborik, and Callahan being RWers that this org will want to keep long term, as well as MZA and Christian Thomas as top end prospect in that position.

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Tough fit with Prust, Gaborik, and Callahan being RWers that this org will want to keep long term, as well as MZA and Christian Thomas as top end prospect in that position.
I t hink both Prust and Weise can play both wings.

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I t hink both Prust and Weise can play both wings.

I think for lesser skilled players who play an up-and-down game, position becomes less important than for a scorer.

Think about it: you can land a hit on the right and on the left, and you can make the first breakout pass no matter where you are, but when you have a split second to release a shot, you want to be very comfortable and used to the spot where you are, rather than stumbling to reverse your stick, and the same thing with sticklandling.

This obviously doesn't mean that position doesn't matter, but it just matters less and it's easier for role players to move from RW to LW than it is for scorers.

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Good. I like Weise. He seems like he could turn out to be a solid 4th liner. His fighting should improve as he gets a bit more experienced.

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Never doubted Mitch but it has been confirmed by the NYR twitter...

http://twitter.com/#!/thenyrangers/s...38816306987008

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The #NYR have agreed to terms with forward Dale Weise on a new contract

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