Shea Weber

#6 D / Montreal Canadiens / EXP: 12YRS Height: 6-4 Weight: 236 lb Age: 32 College: None

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  • Weber, who took a therapy day Tuesday, practiced Wednesday and will be in the lineup Thursday against the Devils, Stu Cowan of the Montreal Gazette reports. Weber, who has been battling through a lower-body injury, practiced for the first time since a morning skate Dec. 2. He acknowledged not being 100 percent, but said the four-day break between games was "huge."

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  • Weber did not participate in practice Tuesday, instead opting for a therapy day, Stu Cowan of the Montreal Gazette reports. Weber's been fighting a lower-body injury and hasn't taken part in any practices or morning skates since Dec. 2. The Canadiens are in the middle of a four-day break, which gives Weber a chance to recover without having to shut him down. We expect him to play Thursday against the Devils.

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  • Weber scored two goals and recorded six shots through 22:34 of ice time during Tuesday's 4-3 loss to St. Louis. This was just the second game back from a six-outing absence due to a lower-body injury for Weber, and he's marked the scoresheet in both contests while logging over 22 minutes of ice time in each. He now has six goals, 16 points and 67 shots through 22 contests for the campaign, and it's safe to say that Weber has proven his health and reaffirmed his position as a go-to fantasy option in all settings.

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  • Weber had an assist and was plus-2 over 22:24 of ice time in Saturday's 10-1 win over Detroit. Weber played for the first time in seven games after missing time with a lower-body injury. He's averaged a healthy 26:07 of ice time this season, however, the blowout nature of Saturday's game allowed for a relatively stress-free return for Weber.

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  • Weber (lower body) took to the ice for pregame warmups Saturday, John Lu of TSN.ca reports. This means the venerable defenseman should be active for the home game against the Red Wings. The power-play quarterback took part in morning skate, which was a big hint that he'd suit up for this contest. Montreal has emerged from its early-season slump, despite not having Weber's services for the past six games. It's safe to follow suit and activate him in fantasy leagues at this time.

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