The Canadiens have acquired Shea Weber from the Predators for P.K Subban.
Weber, 30, spent the first 10 years of his NHL career in Nashville after being picked 49th overall in 2003. He is a mammoth at 6-foot-4, 230 lbs. who excels at both ends of the rink. He is coming off of one his best seasons, having posted 20 goals and 31 assists (51 points) in 78 games. Acquiring Weber for Subban gives the Canadiens $1.143 million in cap relief.
Weber (lower-body) is not on the ice for warmups; will miss his third straight game.
Weber remains day-to-day and the Predators have not provided a clear update on his status, but he will miss his third straight game tonight vs. the Blues. The Predators have a back-to-back coming up on Monday and Tuesday, so monitor his status during Monday’s morning skate.
Weber (lower-body) did not skate this morning; doubtful for Game 5.
Weber did not take part in the morning skate, so he is unlikely to play in a pivotal game 5 for the Predators. Head coach Peter Laviolette had “nothing to report” on any of his injured players, so Weber’s status remains up in the air.
Weber is reportedly day-to-day with a lower-body injury, but this smells like rest for Weber, who missed three games late in March with a lower-body injury. Weber had no points but 15 shots on goal in three games since returning from that injury.
Weber (lower-body) will miss his second straight game on Sunday.
Weber will miss his second straight game with a lower-body injury. He will once again be replaced by Anton Volchekov and is listed as day-to-day. Monitor his status leading up to Tuesday’s game vs. the Canucks.