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More than 24 hours have passed since the recall of Dale Weise by the Montreal canadiens, but the excitement of the principal has not decreased.
A few minutes after his first workout in three years with the Blue-White-Red, Tuesday, the one who will regain his old number 22 was floating on a cloud.
“This is surreal!, he started from the outset. Several players have left the team, but some are still there, and I already know the majority of coaches. I feel like at home. This is amazing! I love the city of Montreal. The supporters are passionate.”
A well-defined identity
In the training, Weise completed the fourth trio with Nicolas Deslauriers and newcomer Nate Thompson. When he was asked about the identity of this unit, the attacker has not gone through four paths:
“We will be difficult to face! We will advocate a physical approach and we will be solid along the ramps. We also want to go to the net.”
And when we asked him what he was going to give personally on the ice, Weise went out there with an answer rather full.
“I am a player who works very hard. I want to be hard to play against. I like to disturb near the opposition’s net and I also can bring a little offensive.”
Even though the years have passed and he is 30-year-old, right-handed has always trust in his ways and is confident that he can help the team.
“I bring a wealth of experience that I didn’t at the time. I am skilled to seize the opportunities, and I intend to bring my game to another level in Montreal.”
Gallagher, “an amazing man”
If there is a player that the former of Philadelphia Flyers was excited to see when he learned of his return to Montreal, this is Brendan Gallagher.
The two players had met three years ago and Weise retains only good memories.
“This is a player character, but it is also a team-mate is very special. It makes me so laugh! This is a guy positive sows joy.”