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Martin Brodeur: ‘I’m still looking for the right fit’

Goaltender Martin Brodeur remains on the NHL free-agent market after cutting ties with the New Jersey Devils, the only NHL team he’s played for. “I’m still looking for the right fit and the right fit might not come this summer, it might come later on in the fall,” Brodeur said Wednesday to Yahoo Sports. “I’m pretty open-minded. Regardless of what happens, if I play or...
Via Sports-Glory
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Schneider Set In Jersey, Brodeur Still Looking

Goaltender Cory Schneider has re-signed with the New Jersey Devils, signing a deal for 7 years and $42 million. He was acquired from the Vancouver Canucks before the start of last season to be Martin Brodeur’s heir apparent, and that time has come into fruition.Schneider will have the net all to himself this season, with either highly touted rookie Keith Kincaid or former Devil...
Via TopSportsReport
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Signing with the Devils, Cory Schneider settles down

Ian McLaren reports that Cory Schneider has re-signed with the New Jersey Devils, $42M over seven years.from devils.nhl.comSchneider, 28, has finally achieved his career-long dream of having a secure job and paycheck. His new deal, which begins in 2015-16, is for seven-years and $42M for a $6M AAV, with a No Trade Clause.Fun fact, while Schneider is now the second highest paid member...
Via Sports Rumor Alert
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Devils re-sign Cory Schneider to multi-year deal

As the greatest goaltender of the New Jersey Devils past waits for a new contract, the Devils have locked up their goalie of the future for the next several years. Cory Schneider, who was acquired from the Vancouver Canucks last year for the No. 9 pick in the 2013 draft to be the heir-apparent to Martin Brodeur, inked a multi-year deal to stay with New Jersey. Terms of the deal have...
Via Around The Rink
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Cory Schneider inks seven-year, $42 million extension with Devils

The Martin Brodeur Era in New Jersey was already over, but now the future of the Devils' goaltending position is further solidified. General manager Lou Lamoriello announced Wednesday that the club signed goaltender Cory Schneider to a multi-year extension. According to Brian Lawton of Sportsnet, the deal is for seven years and $42 million for an annual average of $6 million...
Via Pro Sports Daily
15 days ago  |  Discuss

New Jersey Devils Sign Cory Schneider To Multi-Year Contract

The New Jersey Devils have made it official: Cory Schneider is now their new franchise goaltender. The Devils announced Wednesday afternoon that they have signed Schneider to a multi-year contract extension. Schneider still has one year remaining on his current deal, so the extension will kick into effect for the 2015-16 season. The Star-Ledger’s Rich Chere believes Schneider’s...
Via NESN.com
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Cory Schneider Gets A Contract Extension In New Jersey

Newark, NJ – The New Jersey Devils today re-signed goaltender Cory Schneider to a new multi-year contract. The announcement was made by Devils’ President/General Manager Lou Lamoriello. As per club policy, no further terms were disclosed. “With today’s signing, we have solidified our goaltending for the present and the future,” said Lamoriello. “Cory demonstrated throughout...
Via Kukla's Korner
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Lock It Up: Schneider Needs to be the Future for New Jersey

#481855659 / gettyimages.com Goaltending and New Jersey have been synonymous with each other for the past twenty years. Stellar defense will help out a goaltender, as it should, but when the shot, deflection or breakaway gets through, the goalie still has to be the last line of defense and make the save. Now, it is time to make Cory Schneider that last line of defense for the Devils...
Via TopSportsReport
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Devils closing in on extension with Schneider; Lamoriello hopes deal is done in "very near future"

Devils general manager Lou Lamoriello sounded very optimistic today that he will soon be able to lock up goaltender Cory Schneider to a contract extension. Schneider, 28, would be eligible to become an unrestricted free agent next summer. “It’s a work in progress and we’re getting closer and closer,” Lamoriello said. “Hopefully, we’ll have that done in the very near...
Via Pro Sports Daily
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Cory Schneider wants assurance he’ll be a starting goaltender

Cory Schneider is tired of playing second fiddle. Heading into the final year of his current three-year, $12 million contract, Schneider wants some assurance that he’ll be the number one goaltender. As seen on NJ.com, Schneider outlined that his number one classification would mean starting about 60 games per season. Contrary to popular belief, Schneider signing a new deal with...
Via Puck Drunk Love
June 06, 2014  |  Discuss
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