Per Darren Dreger (and the Nashville Predators)
Predators match Shea Weber offer sheet. predators.nhl.com/club/news.htm?…— Darren Dreger (@DarrenDreger) July 24, 2012
Nashville matched Philadelphia's poison-pill offer sheet for Shea Weber, meaning they definitely would have matched it had Ken Holland tried to do the same thing.
This is what I see every time @JJfromKansas wins an argument i.imgur.com/SNZVK.gif— Peter Fish (@KinFin) July 24, 2012
Weber will be a Predator for the next 14 years, thanks to Paul Holmgren's interference. Ok, well he'll DEFINITELY be a Predator for the next year, because Nashville can't trade him for a year after matching the offer sheet, but he's likely to be a Predator for nearly a decade-and-a-half.
I'm sure Henrik Zetterberg is thrilled about this news.