Weber spoke to reporters Monday while using crutches, and says he hasn't seen what he called a harmless hit against the end boards that ended his season early. The two-time Olympic gold medalist with Team Canada won the NHL's hardest shot competition at this season's All-Star Game weekend with a blast of 108.5 mph. His 26 minutes, 22 seconds of ice time per game ranked fifth in the NHL, a spot behind his defensive partner Roman Josi.
The Predators updated Weber's status Friday and ruled him out for the rest of the series. Weber, the Predators' team captain, hasn't played since getting hurt last week in Game 2 of the series.
He's considered day to day.
Weber has scored in three of his last six games, and his 0.71 points per game average is tied with last season for the best of his career.
The Nashville captain has four goals and nine assists in his last 13 games but had one assist in his prior three.
Weber is a fantasy stud with 10 points in his last nine games.
Weber finally reached the 20-point plateau.
Weber has five points in three games and his plus-11 rating is tied for second among NHL defensemen.
Weber is a fantasy stud among defensemen and one of the NHL's shining stars.