Player Discussion Shea Weber - Dear Dad Edition

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  1. ahmedou

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    Webs being called Dad by his Teammates. Sure, this comical Nickname justifies the Commitment of the 1909players around him and his comeback effects.

    Player Discussion - Shea Weber Part II

    MOD Warning: This has been discussed before. Subban talk is allowed in the Out Of Town Thread ONLY. This thread is for discussion of Weber's play and his contributions to the Montreal Canadiens (and not the Nashville Predators, which should also be in the OTT).
     
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    Did I see Weber take a stupid penalty, get schooled one on one and on the ice for a goal?
    I thought that could never happen...:sarcasm:
     
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    Well if you're going to **** up, better to get it all out in one game.
     
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    Like his very last game as a Nashville Predator.

    Meanwhile, Suter continues to be the better former Predator.
     
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    So youre out of the woodwork on a convenient night.
     
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    Mr. Weber is only pretty good, sir. There are many in the Hall of the Pretty Good.
     
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    See you in ten years.
     
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    I think my opinion on the Sasquatch are more realistic than uber-human mythos that surrounds a guy who disappears come second round of the playoffs and has never dominated all aspects of defensive play.
     
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    The Great Weise "The Food Will Be Better"

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    So easy to block his shot amirite
     
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    Well Suter sure as **** ain't even going to be at that party
     
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    You may need to watch more hockey around the league if you think Weber disappears in the POs.

    In fact, your whole narrative is based on a false belief, the belief that Weber disappears in the PO.

    But Ive already established you are a waste of my time.
     
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    Says Weber disappears in the POs
    .48 ppg

    Suter
    .37 ppg


    MUUUUH 2016 PLAYOFFS
     
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    The Great Weise "The Food Will Be Better"

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    Ya but that one game 3 years ago
     
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    Phoenix absolutely did when Nashville was Cup-hunting. Seven shots in that game 5. Goose-egg for that effort. 1 assist in five games. Terrible on a tragic level.

    Shea Weber 2011-12 Game Log | Hockey-Reference.com

    Vancouver shut him out the year prior for seven games
    Shea Weber 2010-11 Game Log | Hockey-Reference.com

    In seven games against San Jose, he managed to post 2 points in 1 game. The remaining 6 games, Mr. Weber went Sasquatch and hid in the forest and took a crap in his attempts to hide.
    Shea Weber 2015-16 Game Log | Hockey-Reference.com

    Let's not even get started on his split stats, where he is far more mortal without last change on the road. Nearly the same amount of games, but significantly less shots and goals when on the road outside of his natural home habitat.
    Shea Weber Career Splits | Hockey-Reference.com


    Destroying the Ottawa Senators is a far cry from blowing a slapshot past a playoff-caliber penalty kill.
     
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    We really pulling up 8 year old stats in here
     
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    I’m sold. Let’s trade that fake-ass piece of **** before another GM find your post and share it on a « GM only Kik group »
     
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    Might as well pull up the stats from his backyard games from when he was 5 years old too. In the meantime, Weber is still firing missiles and the stats back it up too. You'd think people would have figured it out by now but nope.
     
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    Lol, those playoffs are of him at his physical peak. Shea Weber folds once the playoffs get tough. 2nd round and later, he goes Pleks.

    Is any 15-20 goal scorer that intimidating? You make it sound like he scores like MaxPac or Ovechkin here. Or if you want to stick to Dmen, the more prolific Brent Burns.
     
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    The Great Weise "The Food Will Be Better"

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    Weber actually plays defense unlike Burns. And yes his goalscoring is intimidating.
     
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    Just because these stats are 8 years old doesn't make them any less relevant. These were his prime years and there's a trend here. What's laughable is that he had some good games against bottom feeders like Ottawa, Chicago and the Rangers and suddenly he's the next coming of Bobby Orr.

    14 goals in 65 playoff games. This is a undisputed fact.
     
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    08/12/2018 ;
    Habs with Weber ; 59-39-11
    Habs without Weber ; 31-37-16

    Your opinion aren't realistic . they are just biased and wrong :badidea:
     
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    The anti Weber cult is getting desperate. Sad
     
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    not "we" but "he" .
     
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    The Great Weise "The Food Will Be Better"

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    Nobody ever said he's the next Bobby Orr. People actually said the opposite. That his age and injuries will slow him down a lot. Well that's not the case so far.

    As for goals in the playoffs, Subban is my favourite player in the NHL and he has 17 goals in 90 games.
     
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    Is 14 goals in 65 games supposed to be bad? .... its three less than Subban
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    In 60 games instead of 90.
     
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