Well that would be 4 1st round picks for the Predators if they were to not match Philly's offer... or 2 1st, a 2nd and a 3rd. But Philly is probably going to be pretty good with Weber on board, so those picks wouldn't be really high picks in any of the coming drafts. Predators should probably match the offer, because they can't afford to lose Weber along with Suter and expect Rinne to keep them in games without a #1 D pairing.
I guess a lot depends on the structuring of the contract included in the offer sheet, so if there are no really big surprises in it, Nashville will IMO match the offer.
Four #1 picks seems like a lot to me.
Nashville has the cash, but that is quite a commitment. They could package 2 #1's for a great defenseman or another player. Boumeester?
I forget who it said, but I read an article mentioning that the Wings have one last chance this offseason to sign a "top 6 forward." If they don't, they will have essentially not made anything out of this offseason. One person went as far as to say that with our current roster, the 21 straight playoff appearance streak may come to an end.
Nash to the Rangers. Big price tag, and still that big contract. Happy Flyers did not get him.