Nashville Predators: Why They Should and Will Match the Shea Weber Offer Sheet

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Nashville Predators: Why They Should and Will Match the Shea Weber Offer Sheet
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As I'm sure you all know, a few days ago the Philadelphia Flyers signed Shea Weber to an offer sheet of 14 years worth $110 million. 

The future of Shea Weber is now entirely in the hands of David Poile of the Nashville Predators, who are allowed seven days from the date of the signing to decide whether or not to match it. 

According to NHL.com, if Nashville was to pass on the contract and let Weber become a Flyer, they would receive four first round draft picks over the next five years.

The following are three reasons why the Predators should and will match the offer sheet, keeping Weber in Nashville for the remainder of his career. 

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