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05-16-2011, 02:36 PM
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Originally Posted by glenngineer View Post
I can't see them signing him for only a 5 or 6 year deal. That would leave him as a free agent when he's 30 or 31 and still in his prime. If I'm Nashville and 8-10 year deal makes more sense.
I think that will come down to what Shea Weber wants. I think he's committed to Nashville for now, but you can see he wants to see more happen from the front office.

If we are talking 6m or so, might has well go for 8-10 years. The cap should only go up. He will want a NTC, but I'm sure we'd be willing to give it to him. At the same time, he has real potential to earn more than 6m a year in five years, especially if the caps goes up.

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