"The NHL fined Montreal Canadiens captain Shea Weber $5,000 on Sunday for cross-checking Toronto Maple Leafs forward Wayne Simmonds.
It is the maximum allowable fine under the current collective bargaining agreement.
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Sportsnaut "Montreal Canadiens captain Shea Weber practiced with the team for a second consecutive day Wednesday and will be in the lineup for Thursday night’s playoff opener against the Toronto Maple Leafs. Weber, a 35-year-old defenseman, hasn’t played since sustaining an upper-body..." May 20
TSN "Montreal Canadiens captain Shea Weber was on the ice on Tuesday morning as a full participant at practice. The 35-year-old defenceman had not played since April 28 with an apparent injury to his left hand and missed the team's final seven regular season games. " May 18
The Score "It appears the Montreal Canadiens will have their captain back for the start of the playoffs. Head coach Dominique Ducharme told reporters Saturday he's "very confident" Shea Weber will return to action for Game 1 against the Toronto Maple Leafs on..." May 15
Sportsnet "Carey Price, Brendan Gallagher, Shea Weber and Phillip Danault will not return for the final two games of the Montreal Canadiens' regular season, head coach Dominique Ducharme announced Monday. Ducharme is confident that all injured players will..." May 10
Sportsnet "Montreal Canadiens captain Shea Weber will remain out of the lineup Saturday night versus the Ottawa Senators, according to head coach Dominique Ducharme. Weber missed the Canadiens' 5-3 win over the Winnipeg Jets on Friday night due to an upper-body..." May 01
Sportsnet "Give Shea Weber a silver stick and he would cross check you with it. That tactic, among many others, has worked well for Weber through 999 regular-season games in the world’s toughest and best hockey league, helping him earn a reputation as one of the most ferocious..." February 02