Editor’s note: It’s Monday morning and that means it’s once again time for another installment of “Shea” by Bob Sham, a highly fictionalized look at the life of Nashville Predators captain Shea Weber.
Last week, in Strip Nine, Shea looked like he was on his way to jail after attacking Jared Boll with a catfish in the Las Palmas parking lot. Then Nashville’s finest rolled up and, after recognizing Shea, took care of business for their team’s captain. He may have been saved from the hoosegow, but Shea was still left with no real answers as he tried to uncover the mystery of who knocked him out back in Strip Two, while he was incognito as country singer Webb Shebber.
This week the intrepid Preds captain-turned-impromptu-detective is left to put together the handful of puzzle pieces he does have. All the while superfan Rinnevokoun Masondunham tries to figure out a mystery of his own: how to squeeze in a little more time with his favorite player now that he’s finally had a chance to make an impression on him in person. 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 Shea Weber might not pay much attention if you and your pet catfish wanted to hang out with him.)
New to Music City and looking to make new friends? Here’s an easy two-step plan: 1.) Read up on the full back archives of “Shea” by Bob Sham, which chronicles the secret life of Nashville Predators captain Shea Weber. 2.) Strike up conversations around town with any of your fellow Nashvillians, secure in the knowledge that you’ll have a shared interest!