Shea Weber says he's committed to staying with the Nashville Predators.
Weber's agent, Jarrett Bousquet suggested that his client didn't want to go through another rebuilding process, but Weber distanced himself from those statements. "I guess that was (agent Jarrett Bousquet's) feelings," Weber said. "Like I said, I was never a part of any of that. I didn't make any statements publicly. I love the city of Nashville. I love the fans and my teammates. It's a very positive thing that the ownership has stepped up and shown they're going to be a team that's going to spend to the cap and bring guys in and be a successful team." Nashville matched the 14-year, $110 million offer sheet that the Philadelphia Flyers' signed him to.