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The word in Vancouver is that Roberto Luongo will get the start in game one of the Western Conference quarter finals against the San Jose Sharks. Cory Schneider has been the number one goalie for the Canucks starting thirty games this year. Schneider missed the last two games of the season with a lower body injury. Luongo was shelled for seven goals in the final game of the season again...
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