Weise has really good hands for a 4th liner, although that's not completely abnormal (even NHL "4th liners" are ridiculously good hockey players), his hands are pretty soft compared to guys like Prust or Moen.
Right now Weise is in a ideal situation that he gets to play with Danny Briere, whose body is off its prime, but still has the playmaking abilities of an all-star. He is making the most of his opportunity, burying Briere's great setups, which other stiffer 4th liners would miss.
I just hope he doesn't go crazy like Max Lapierre, another 4th liner with softish hands, and start demanding top line minutes.
Therrien is more fair to his grinders than Martin was.