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Roberto Luongo made 28 saves in his 700th NHL game and led the Vancouver Canucks to a 3-0 victory over the Minnesota Wild on Wednesday night.
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Vancouver Canucks Summon Schneider for Bruins Rematch

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Afternoon Line

“You could make a case to play one or the other and in this instance I decided on Cory.  You could make a case for Lui wanting to get back at it or Schneids getting a chance after five years to play in front of friends and family. But at the end of the day, the decision is mine and I’ll keep my final reasons to myself. “Lui just got off a shutout and is playing real well...
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