Tonight’s game between the Predators and Canadiens in Nashville isn’t as special as it could be with P.K. Subban on the injured reserve. Regardless, that doesn’t take away the special, emotional, and memorable moment of Shea Weber’s return to Music City since the biggest trade in Predators’ history.
Check out the video they showed in Bridgestone Arena honoring Nashville’s former captain (and try not to cry):
And here you can watch the video complete with Weber’s live reaction aka him trying not to actually watch the video while holding back grown-man tears (this one you may actually cry, for real):
Thank you, Shea Weber!— FOX Sports Tennessee (@PredsOnFSTN) January 4, 2017
Here's the whole ceremony that just aired. Shea, the video, the fans. It's a bit dusty in here.#Preds #Habs pic.twitter.com/2OGLBzBZxX
Weber played 763 games for the Predators, scored 166 goals - 24 of which stood as game-winners - and connected on 1,476 hits in his 11 seasons in a Nashville sweater. He did much more than that however for Nashville hockey, the city itself and the people that call Nashville home.