Editor’s Note: It’s Monday morning, which means it’s the fifth installment of “Shea” by Bob Sham, a fictionalized look at the life of Nashville Predators captain Shea Weber.
In Strip One, we learned about Shea Weber’s secret life. In Strip Two, Shea, moonlighting as country singer Webb Shebber, was waylaid by Columbus Blue Jackets goon Jared Boll. In Strip Three, an unconscious Shea/Webb came face-to-face with Nashville hockey history in the form of former Nashville Dixie Flyers captain Red Murphy. And in Strip Four, Shea returned to the real world and found himself on Hal Gill‘s couch, still experiencing the effects of Boll’s attack.
This week it’s back to work for Shea and Hal. Without further ado… – JK
Obligatory disclaimer: “Shea” is a work of fiction that in no way represents the real life of Shea Weber or anybody else who works with or around the Nashville Predators organization or the National Hockey league. (But David Legwand might bring his kid to work when the wifey’s in Michigan.)