Absolutely nothing. Wiemer doesn't even make very much but I would still classify him as one of the most overpaid players in the league. He's having trouble even holding down a fourth line spot and I would be shocked if any team at all would have interest in acquiring him...
The interesting comment in the story for me was the admission by Maloney that every team in the league has players on the payroll that could be had for next to nothing just to get the money off the books. To me that is one more sign that the game changed in ways that were not clear to any of the GM's or if it was they weren't certain they could believe the league when they said it was going to change.
As for Weimer? Just be grateful that he doesn't make that much money and hope the contract runs out sooner rather than later.
If Calgary is still feeling good about their team at the deadline and they have budget to play with I would expect Weimer (and a bunch of other guys around the league) to head to the AHL after clearing waivers in order to open up the slot for whoever the GM can get. In Weimer's case that is flushing about $200,000 if I've got the math right and I can't see any team letting that get in their way of making a move to improve.