Found March 14, 2013 on Diehardsport:
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The Vancouver Canucks goalie situation has been talked about often ever since Corey Schneider replaced Roberto Luongo in the playoffs last year.  After deciding to keep Luongo for the time being, he ended up replacing Schneider when Schneider didn’t play well to start the year. The two are friends off the ice which makes things much easier for them, and this video with TSN’s James Duthie spoofing their relationship is utterly hysterical.  I really wish TSN would make themselves available in America. [Puck Daddy Blog]
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