Shea Weber

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

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    • by RotoWire Staff | Special to

      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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      Predators' Shea Weber: Starting to heat up

      Weber scored his second goal in as many games, potting a power-play marker in the second period of Sunday's 4-2 loss to Anaheim. After needing six games to score his first goal of the season, Weber is finally showing signs of heating up. He continues to be one of the key cogs in the Predators' offensive system - start him with confidence.

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      Predators D Shea Weber scores first point of season in win Tuesday

      Predators defenseman Shea Weber assisted on Roman Josi's power-play goal for his first point of the season in Tuesday's win against New Jersey. The Predators captain looked strong all game, putting in a solid all-around performance. Weber wasn't able to get his booming slap shot off very often, but chipped in with an assist to open the scoring for Nashville. He skated a team-high 24:03 and finished with a plus-1 rating. Weber scored 15 goals last season and is the backbone of the Predators' blue line.

    • Preds' Weber Progressing Well

      News: Predators GM David Poile said Shea Weber is progressing well in his recovery from a dislocated kneecap.
      Analysis: Poile suggested that Shea Weber is about "90 percent" healthy, putting the defenseman on track to be back at full strength by the start of training camp. The knee injury limited Weber's prevented him from suiting up during much of the Preds' opening-round playoff series against the eventual Stanley Cup-champion Blackhawks, putting a damper on another strong season for the blueliner. He finished the campaign with 15 goals, 45 points, and a plus-15 rating over 78 games.
    • Preds' Weber Dealing With Dislocated Kneecap

      News: Shea Weber suffered a dislocated kneecap in the Preds' first-round series against the Blackhawks and will require 4-to-6 weeks of recovery time.
      Analysis: Shea Weber, who missed the final four games of the series, has already undergone a procedure to address the issue and should be back to full health by midsummer. The blueliner saw his point total dip from 56 the season prior to 45 in 2014-15, but even with that minor regression, he still finished as one of the league's top-scoring defensemen. He'll turn 30 in August and probably still has a few more years left at the tail end of his prime.
    • Preds' Weber Out For Rest Of First Round

      News: Shea Weber (lower body) will miss the rest of Nashville's opening-round series against the Blackhawks, but he did not suffer an ACL injury, Kristopher Martel of FOX Sports reports.
      Analysis: It's not a good sign for Shea Weber's future playoff availability that he's already being ruled out for the rest of the current series, but there's a pretty good chance this won't matter, as the Preds need to win two straight games against the Blackhawks while playing without their superstar blueliner. Given this isn't an ACL injury, Weber will likely be alright for the beginning of next season, even if he doesn't make it back for a possible second-round series.
    • Preds' Weber Out For Game 5

      News: Shea Weber (lower body) will miss Thursday's Game 5 matchup with the Blackhawks, Mark Lazerus of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
      Analysis: Shea Weber appeared to be doubtful heading into the matchup, so it's not too surprising that he won't go Thursday. Should the series extend to Game 6, his next chance to return would be Saturday for that contest.
    • Preds' Weber Appears Doubtful For Game 5

      News: Shea Weber (lower body) wasn't on the ice for Thursday's morning skate and appears doubtful for Game 5 against the Blackhawks, Adam Vingan of The Tennessean reports.
      Analysis: Coach Peter Laviolette declined to confirm Shea Weber's status one way or the other after the skate, but considering that the blueliner hasn't been spotted on the ice since leaving Game 2 with an injury, he looks like a long shot to be available. Victor Bartley once again appears poised to assume Weber's spot in the lineup.
    • Preds' Weber Day-To-Day

      News: Shea Weber (lower body) remains day-to-day, according to Brooks Bratten of
      Analysis: Per the report, coach Peter Laviolette is unsure about Shea Weber's status for Thursday's game against Chicago, which infers that there's at least some chance that the blueliner could suit up for the contest.
    • Preds' Weber (Lower Body) Won't Travel With Team

      News: Shea Weber will not make the trip to Chicago with the Predators, John Glennon of The Tennessean reports.
      Analysis: It's a huge blow to the Predators, who will be without Shea Weber for at least Games 3 and 4 of their playoff series against the Blackhawks. Weber's next chance to return to Nashville's lineup will come on Saturday, however, the likelihood of that occurring is up in the air at this point in time.
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