Monday, September 22, 2008

Update Tomorrow...Weise Keeps it Up

The Broncos announced a last season budget surplus of nearly $90,000 tonight at their Annual General Meeting. More on that tomorrow...

Dale Weise played for the Rangers tonight in an exhibition game at MSG against the Ottawa Senators. Zack Smith did not play for the Sens in this one.

Weise was on the ice for the Rangers winning goal sporting #83. By all accounts he played a physical game and threw some big hits while playing on the 4th line.

This is from the

"Another youngster up front, 20 year-old Dale Weise, also made an impression by throwing several big hits in all three zones of the ice. Weise finished with six hits in 12:12 worth of ice time, second only to Girardi, who was credited with nine hits."

The Rangers dressed a veteran line-up with players like Markus Nasland, Petr Nedved, Scott Gomez and Wade Redden.

More tomorrow including an interview with the oldest player in the WHL... any ideas?

Have a good night,



Anonymous said...


I can remember scouted the kid when he played with the Saskatoon Barons Bantam team. He was always so dominant so I remember double checking his birthdate and he was in fact the oldest player in his league at that time as well.

Youngest player in the league right now is Campbell Elynuik with Everett born on December 25th, 1992. However the youngest regular player could be Joe Morrow of the Winterhawks born December 9th, 1992.

Anonymous said...

Last comment posted was by Tyler of the PA Herald by the way.

Jon Keen said...


Jess Rubenstein said...

Uh folks whatever you folks put in the water could you please bottle it and send several cases to

New York Rangers
c/o Madison Square Garden
New York NY

Every year the Rangers award a trophy for the best rookie performance in training camp.

Right now the run away winner is some kid name Dale Weise

I eat my words that you guys in Swift Current will get him back.