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Canucks blogger Steve Lee brings us a good piece on the Vancouver Canucks today. Cory Schneider is under the spotlight for the Canucks, who points out there is no doubt that the Canucks backup is doing his best to help fuel the growing goalie controversy in Vancouver. Schneider has improved his record to 4-2 away from Rogers arena.
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The NHL gave out its weekly stars awards this week. On the list Vancouver Canucks backup netminder Cory Schneider. Now he's the first to say personal awards and achievements don't matter to him. Only wins matter he'd say. His overall record is now 6-4-0 with a 2.02 GAA, .931 Save% in 12 appearances.
Vancouver, BC – Vancouver Canucks goaltender Cory Schneider has been named the National Hockey League’s second star of the week for the week ending November 27th. Schneider is joined by Sidney Crosby of the Pittsburgh Penguins (first...
Canucks insider Kevin Vanstone breaks down the Game 22 matchup between the Vancouver Canucks vs. Phoenix Coyotes. Cory Schneider cruised to another solid shootout victory Friday. The Canucks were also lead by Ryan Kesler. The Canucks controlled a defensive game in the first period and stayed patient in Phoenix.
Any other time, a goaltending controversy in Vancouver might have been a hot topic that threatened to distract the Canucks from turning things around.
Right now, 166 days after they lost Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final to the Boston Bruins, the Vancouver Canucks and Head Coach Alain Vigneault are playing the hot hand because they need to.
Schneider, much like Detroit Red Wings netminder...
Despite dubbing himself ready to play Wednesday, Roberto Luongo continues to ride the bench. It's front-page news in Vancouver and a hot topic across the NHL, says Adrian Dater.
Did you miss the Vancouver Canucks vs. Phoenix Coyotes game today? We’ve got the highlights for you.
Columbus Blue Jackets vs. Vancouver Canucks
RECORDS - CBJ: 6-14-3 (Road: 1-7-2), VAN: 13-9-1 (Home: 5-3-1)
WHEN: Nov. 29, 2011 - 10 p.m. | WHER...
No. 1 Star: Cory Schneider, Vancouver Canucks
The "backup" goalie for the Canucks won his fourth straight start, stopping 43 San Jose Sharks shots in a 3-2 victory. He was the difference in the game: Making 19 saves in the second period as Henrik Sedin and Andrew Alberts gave the Canucks a 2-goal lead. Manny Malhotra had the other goal. According to Jeff Paterson...
Roberto Luongo made 43 saves as the Vancouver Canucks held on to take a 3-2 victory over the San Jose Sharks.
It was a fun-filled week in the National Hockey League this Thanksgiving week. Now that it is out of the way, it is time for us to focus on "The Week Ahead", where we will look at the "Three Stars of the Week", "Three players to keep an eye on", "Two Teams to Watch", "Game of the Week", and of course, "Other Games to keep an...