Shea Weber

#6 D / Nashville Predators / EXP: 10YRS Height: 6-4 Weight: 234 lb Age: 30 College: None

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    Predators' Shea Weber: Strikes on power play again

    Weber scored his 13th goal -- and 10th on the man advantage -- to go along with an assist Thursday in a 6-3 loss to Philadelphia. Incredibly, this is the star blueliner's fourth career foray into double-digit power-play goals -- last year, only one blueliner (Oliver Ekman-Larsson) hit that mark, although Justin Faulk's actually leading Weber with a cool dozen this year. The Preds haven't had a good year, which has caused Weber's rating to take a plunge into career-worst territory, but he's simply too productive to let it get out of control. At 30 years old, he's not showing any signs of a real slowdown yet -- in fact, he's currently on pace to clear 50 points for the third time in his career.

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    Predators' Shea Weber: Scores ninth power-play goal

    Weber scored his ninth power-play goal of the season while playing 29:11 in Sunday's 2-1 win over the Flames. Weber has scored nine of his 12 goals this season with the man advantage, with his deadly slap shot more than living up to its reputation. The Predators continue to lean on their captain in all situations, as the veteran defenseman has logged north of 26 minutes in each of his last five appearances.

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    Predators' Shea Weber: Quietly on pace for near-career season

    Weber delivered two assists, one of which came on the power play, in Saturday's 3-0 win over the Wild. He has three points -- all assists -- in his last two games. Weber's quietly on pace for a 20-goal, low-50s point total this season with a copious number of power-play points. He already has 17 of his 29 points with the man advantage and those have come in 45 games. Weber had just 15 points there in 78 games last season, but is on route right now to come close to his career mark in power-play production (26 points in 2013-14). His contributions continue to be elite. Deploy accordingly.

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    Predators' Shea Weber: Delivers goal in overtime loss

    Weber tacked on a goal in Tuesday's overtime loss to the Blues. At the rate Weber's producing offensively, he could wind up with 57 points this campaign. He already has 11 goals, putting him on pace to light the lamp a career-best 24 times.

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    Predators' Shea Weber: Powers Predators with three-point night

    Weber scored his 10th goal of the season and added two assists in Monday's win over the Canadiens. Weber is heating up on a Nashville team that has won back-to-back games, collecting six points in his last three games. He's been very active on the blueline of late, firing five shots on goal Monday and being credited with 11 shots on goal over his last three outings. With 25 points in 34 games, the 30-year-old is once again proving to be one of the most reliable fantasy blueliners around.

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    Predators' Shea Weber: Dishes out two helpers in win

    Weber collected a pair of assists in 22:13 of ice time in Saturday's win over the Wild. Weber picked up one of his assists on the power play, where he continues to dominate this season. The 30-year-old now has 22 points (nine goals) in 33 games on the year and is averaging a 24:26 of ice time. While he's gone through some cold stretches, Weber has an absolute cannon for a shot and should be in your lineup every game.

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    Predators' Shea Weber: Hat trick on the power play

    Weber rang up a hat trick on the power play in Saturday's overtime loss to the Red Wings. December has been kind to Weber -- he has six points (three goals, three assists) in three games this month. You know what to do. Weber sure does.

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    Predators' Shea Weber: Breaks drought with three points

    Weber racked up three assists in Tusday's 5-2 win over the Coyotes. Weber had been held scoreless in his last six games entering Tuesday, but broke out in a big way. His three assists now give him 13 points through 24 games on the season.

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    Predators' Shea Weber: Not living up to expectations

    Weber was held pointless for the sixth straight game Friday against the Sabres. With just 10 points in 23 games, he's now on pace for a career-worst 35-point season. To his credit, Weber does have six goals so far this season, which is almost halfway to last year's total of 15, and roughly on pace for the 23 he scored the season before that. So we know his much-feared slapshot is still finding twine with regularity. The real problem, however, is that his assist totals are down, and that's more a reflection of his teammates failing to convert his passes into goals. As a team, the Preds are one of the most offensively aggressive teams in the league, currently seventh in the league in shots per game (30.7), but they are converting on only 8.1% of those shots, which ranks them 19th in the league in that category. Bottom line, we believe as long as Weber and his mates continue to fire the puck with abandon, the goals should follow, and Weber's point production should get back on track. Keep him rolling like you normally would.

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    Predators' Shea Weber: Blasts one-timer for power-play goal Tuesday

    Weber blasted a one-timer past Frederik Andersen for a power-play goal in Tuesday's 3-2 win against the Ducks. It was Weber's signature smash on the man advantage that the goalie usually has no chance of saving. With his sixth goal of the season, Weber is tied with Justin Faulk for the league lead. The PP score was his third in four games and fifth on the season.

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