Mike Weber

D / Minnesota Wild / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None

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  • Wild's Mike Weber: Receives two-way deal
    By RotoWire Staff

    Weber signed a two-way contract that will run for the rest of the 2016-17 season on Tuesday, Micheal Russo of the Star Tribune reports. The former Sabre has spent this season playing with Minnesota's AHL affiliate in Iowa, but by signing this contract, Weber is now eligible to be called up to Minnesota. Weber has never possessed much offensive ability, but he's a reliable defender who can provide the Wild with some depth and experience should they need it down the stretch and into the postseason. He'll first have to clear waivers for the contract to go into effect, but it's unlikely that any other franchise will make a claim for him.

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  • Wild's Mike Weber: Signs with Minnesota
    By RotoWire Staff

    Weber signed an AHL deal with the Wild on Friday, Michael Russo of the Star Tribune reports. The 2006 second-round draft pick could provide defensive depth for Minnesota should they need it if they were to be hampered with injuries. However, Weber's 53 points in 351 career NHL games aren't likely to turn any heads from a fantasy perspective.

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  • Mike Weber: Released by St. Louis
    By RotoWire Staff

    Weber has been released by the Blues from his professional tryout. The Blues had too many capable players on the blue line to roster Weber, and the team feels comfortable with its current stock of defensemen in the American Hockey League. It seems like Weber, a 28-year-old with 351 games of NHL experience, should land a job somewhere.

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  • Blues' Mike Weber: Signs PTO with St. Louis
    By RotoWire Staff

    Weber inked a professional tryout agreement with the Blues on Wednesday, James Mirtle of the Globe and Mail reports. Washington will likely describe their acquisition of Weber at the trade deadline as a bust, when you consider he played in a paltry 10 contests and failed to log a single point. His best stat line while with the Caps was his 28 PIM and 35 hits. Never a high production player, he reached the 10-point mark just once in his career. The blueliner certainly has a chance to make the roster in St. Louis but should probably be left off fantasy lineups in the majority of league formats.

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  • Capitals' Mike Weber: Will play Saturday
    By RotoWire Staff

    Weber will be in the lineup Saturday against the Blues, Isabelle Khurshudyan of The Washington Post reports. Head coach Barry Trotz indicated he wanted to get Weber some action in advance of Washington's playoff run. Given that the Blues are one of the league's more physical teams, it makes sense that the hard-nosed defenseman would get the call Saturday. He will take Nate Schmidt's place opposite Dmitry Orlov on the Capitals' third pairing.

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