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Shea Weber has retired, according to Jonathan Drouin

It will be Shea Weber continueQuite simply, Darwin dropped.

When asked to comment on Webber’s attendance and visit to Climate Pledge Arena a few hours before the game against Kraken, Quebec was very clear.

it’s in the ScoutsHe’s with Mark Bergvin. He does something else. Retired in the background. Everyone knows that now. He will not come back for us. So you go ahead. Hockey is over.

Quote from:Jonathan Drouin on Shea Weber

While he admitted that Webber did not announce it to the rest of the team in such a direct way, Jonathan Drouin claimed that everyone expected it.

The striker talked about his captain in the past tense and praised him great career.

It’s nice to see him, but it’s not like he’s in the locker room wearing his match clothes with us. You’re doing a big job out of it, but Webby just passes by to see us and says hiexplained.

“He won’t come back for us” – Jonathan Drouin

Obviously, Drouin was happy to move on to another topic and talk about Tuesday night’s game and the significance of this four-game trip to the West Coast.

If Webber formalizes his retirement, Canadians will have to pay a fine of a few hundred thousand dollars for the advantage the team enjoyed when the captain’s actual salary exceeded the impact below the salary cap. The shock would be very different from the Nashville Predators who awarded him his violent contract back in 2012 by matching the Philadelphia Flyers’ hostile display.

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Preds is expected to pay a fine of more than $24.5 million spread over a few years. The salary impact would be less than the cap at $7,857,143 for three seasons and $999,999 for the fourth year.

Note, however, that the Canadian made it clear that Weber had not signed any papers and had not yet retired. It’s still officially on the long-running injury list.

The situation is strangely similar to that of star defender Chris Brugger a few years ago. Pronger was no longer seen on the NHL ice after the 2011-2012 season, but he did not announce his retirement until his contract expired in 2017. Meanwhile, Pronger served on the Bettman Circuit Disciplinary Committee.

Webber declined to meet with the media on Tuesday.

Evans on the sidelines

Meanwhile, Jake Evans will miss the game against the Kraken on Tuesday night.

The 25-year-old center was injured earlier in the season and had already made it past his turn against the San Jose Sharks. Dominique Ducharme confirmed that he suffers from the same injury which is slow to heal.

Back in the game, nothing could say it would make things worse. But you can see that it affects him in the way he takes confrontations, in the way he plays. We’ll give him a little timeThe coach explained.

Cedric Beckett will take his place in the middle of the fourth trio.

Canadian formation

attackers

  • Darwin Dvorak Anderson
  • Hoffman Suzuki Gallagher
  • Toffoli-Perrault-Cofield
  • Lehkonen-Paquette-Armia

Defenders

  • Shearot Petri
  • Romanov Savard
  • Nico Air

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(with Jean-Francois Chabot)