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Topic - Kevin Weekes
Joel Ward was a playoff hero for the Nashville Predators a year ago. Postseason heroics to the tune of seven goals and six assists earned him a four-year, $12 million contract with the Washington Capitals.
Joel Ward's phone buzzed Wednesday afternoon. It was a text message from mentor, friend and former NHL goaltender Kevin Weekes.
"That was something that was kind of frustrating for me during the season, to see him not getting the ice time that I know he deserved," Weekes said. "But God works in mysterious ways, as we all know. Sometimes it's a bigger plan than we understand or even accept in the moment."