Shea Weber

#6D,
G
17
A
25
Pts
42
+/-
20
PPP
22
SOG
183
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 232
Born:
Birth Place: Sicamous, British Columbia
Draft: 2003 2nd round (49th pick) by the
Shoots: R
  • It’s New York Rangers day at PHT
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    It’s New York Rangers day at PHT

    After plodding their way to a frustrating series loss against the Penguins in 2015-16, Alain Vigneault changed the New York Rangers’ style, and it worked in 2016-17. The Rangers’ experience ranks up there as maybe the most indicative of just how ridiculously stacked the Metropolitan Division was. The Rangers were one of nine teams in the NHL to generate at least 100 standings points (in their case, 102), finishing just one behind the Montreal Canadiens, who won the Atlantic Division.

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    ‘I thought it was best for my development’: Emerance Maschmeyer on her trade to Montreal

    When Les Canadiennes came out of nowhere to announce that the team acquired Emerance Maschmeyer, it took the women’s hockey world by storm. As it turns out, the reasons Maschmeyer chose to come to Montreal came from a source that my surprise you. “I have Charline Labonté as a mentor and she’s a good friend of mine and so I got talking with her and it just seemed to make sense to come up to Montreal,” Maschmeyer said. Labonté and Maschmeyer played together at the 2016 World Championships in Kamloops, British Columbia where they were fighting for the starting job. Maschmeyer ended up taking the job, but a friendship was born. “I was a little bit nervous because she’s a legendary goalie for Team

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    Canadiens acquire Jonathan Drouin from Lightning

    The NHL offseason was always going to be weird and this one looks like it’s off to a proper start. As the NHL expansion draft for the Vegas Golden Knights looms, the Montreal Canadiens have acquired left wing Jonathan Drouin and a conditional sixth-round pick in 2018 from the Tampa Bay Lightning for defenseman prospect Mikhail Sergachev and a conditional 2018 second-round pick. On the surface, this is a rare trade involving two young assets. Drouin finally broke out this past season, putting up 53 points in 73 games. He appears to be just touching the surface with his skill. Meanwhile, Sergachev is still only 18 years old and considered one of the best defensive prospects in the game.