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Cory Schneider
Cory Schneider
Goaltender  - NJD
Number: 35
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 205
Catches: Left
Born: Mar 18, 1986  (Age 28)
Birthplace: Marblehead, MA, United States
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Acquired: Traded to DEVILS by Vancouver for DEVILS’ first-round choice (Bo Horvat) in 2013 Entry Draft, June 30, 2013.
Drafted: VAN / 2004 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 1st (26th overall)
2012-13: Started/appeared in 30 games during third/final season with Vancouver; led club in games played for first time...Voted Canucks’ Most Valuable Player in fan balloting, earning the team’s “Cyclone” Taylor Trophy for first time in career...Tied for NHL lead (4 others) with five shutouts: Apr. 8 vs. Phoenix (19 saves), Apr. 4 vs. Edmonton (23 saves), Mar. 26 vs. Columbus (17 saves +3/3 SO), Mar. 23 at Los Angeles (20 saves) and Jan. 25 at Anaheim (30 saves)...Completed campaign fourth in league with .927 save percentage/ranked eighth with a 2.11 goals-against average...Started season-high 11 straight contests Mar. 19-Apr. 8; was 9-2- 0, with 4 ShO, .954 save % and 1.29 GAA during stretch...Posted season-high six-game winning streak Mar. 19-28; numbers included 2 ShO, .964 save % and 0.99 GAA...Faced season-high 43 shots/made season-high 40 saves in 4-3 shootout loss Feb. 19 at Chicago...Finished 3-3 in SO; stopped 14 of 21 shots faced...Replaced by R. Luongo on two occasions: Mar. 30 at Edmonton (L, 2:05, 2 shots/0 saves) and season opener Jan. 19 vs. Anaheim (L, 26:37, 14 shots/9 saves)...Completed campaign first in Canucks’ history with a 2.20 career GAA...2011-12: Established career highs with 33 games played (since surpassed), 20 wins and 3 ShO (since surpassed)... Finished second in NHL with .937 save % (B. Elliott, StL., .940) and third with a 1.96 GAA...Appeared in season-high seven consecutive contests/made season-high seven straight starts Nov. 16-Dec. 1; stretch included 5-1-0 mark, .940 save %, 2 ShO and 1.88 GAA...Posted season-high 8-game undefeated streak Dec. 29-Feb. 28 (7-0-1, .934 save % & 2.07 GAA)/season-high 7-game win streak Dec. 29-Feb. 24 (.929 save % & 2.24 GAA)...Notched third ShO of season Mar. 28 vs. Colorado (43 saves)...Stopped M. Ribeiro’s penalty shot attempt Mar. 22 at Dallas; also stopped D. Paille Jan. 7 at Boston (36 saves) and M. Mayorov Oct. 10 at Columbus (23 saves)...Matched career high with 48 shots/made career-high 47 saves Nov. 29 vs. Columbus...Recorded ShO in consecutive outings Nov. 23 at Colorado (24 saves) and Nov. 25 at Phoenix (22 saves)... Picked up lone career playoff win Apr. 18 in game four of Western Conference Quarterfinals at Los Angeles (43 saves)...2010-11: Along with teammate Luongo, was co-winner of the William M. Jennings Trophy (fewest team goals allowed) during first full NHL season...Established franchise mark for longest undefeated streak at the start of a season (K. McLean, 8-0-1, ’91-92); was 8-0-2, with a .925 save % and 2.31 GAA...Stats included first career NHL victory Oct. 17 vs. Carolina (32 saves)...Recorded season-high 6-game winning stretch Feb. 15-Mar. 27, with 1 ShO, .950 save % and 1.64 GAA...Stopped T. Hartikainen’s PS attempt Apr. 2 vs. Edmonton; was also successful vs. J. Neal Dec. 31 at Dallas...Faced career-high 48 shots (since tied)/made season-high 44 saves (tie) Mar. 10 at San Jose; also made 44 saves Dec. 31...Notched first career ShO Mar. 6 at Anaheim (26 saves)...Established franchise mark with two assists Dec. 11 vs. Tampa Bay...Saw action in five post-season contests; did not have any decisions...Made first career NHL playoff start Apr. 24 in game 6 of WCQF at Chicago (42:31, 20 shots/17 saves); saw first action Apr. 19 in game 4 relief appearance (15:55, 7 shots/6 saves)...2009-10: Began season by appearing in 2 games with Vancouver, including one start and one relief effort...Assigned to Manitoba (AHL) Nov. 11 for last minor-league stint of pro career...Established pro career high with 35 victories for the Moose...Total included season-high 44 shots/season-high 42 saves (tie) Apr. 9 vs. Peoria; also stopped 42 shots Mar. 6 at Grand Rapids...Closed out AHL campaign with season-high 5-game undefeated streak Apr. 2-10 (4-0-1); recorded 4-game winning streak Oct. 23-Nov. 20...Appeared in six Calder Cup Playoff contests...2008-09: Saw action with both Manitoba (40 games) and Vancouver (8)...Made NHL debut Nov. 29 at Calgary (28 saves); recalled from AHL for first time Nov. 22 following injury to Luongo... Appeared in eight of 15 Canucks’ games through Dec. 30; total included season-high 35 shots/season-high 31 saves Dec. 7 at Colorado...Awarded Aldege “Baz” Bastien Memorial Award as the AHL goaltender of the year; also named league’s top netminder for November...Moose totals included team-record 13-game winning streak Oct. 17-Jan. 10; made season-high 44 saves on season-high 46 shots Mar. 29 vs. Hamilton...Led Manitoba to Calder Cup Finals after defeating Houston for Western Conference Championship...Named starting goaltender for PlanetUSA at the AHL All-Star Classic and top goaltender during the skills competition...2007-08: Made pro hockey debut by appearing in 36 games with Manitoba...Posted season-high 10-game undefeated streak (9-0-1) Feb. 17-Mar. 28; began stretch with nine straight wins through Mar. 19...Faced season-high 39 shots/made season- high 34 saves Nov. 24 at Lake Erie...Named AHL Rookie of the Month for March...OTHER: Played collegiately at Boston College from 2004 through 2007; teammates included S. Gionta and P. Harrold... Completed three-season career as school’s all-time leader with 15 ShO; started all 81 games during final two years...In 2006-07, made second straight NCAA Championship Game start, while helping school capture its second Hockey East Championship in three seasons...In 2005-06, was named to the AHCA First All-American Team and co-winner (Chris Collins) of the Norman F. Dailey Memorial Award as the team’s MVP...Notched a B.C. record 8 ShO; became first netminder in NCAA history to record consecutive ShO in regional play Mar. 24 vs. Miami of Ohio (33 saves) and Mar. 25 vs. Boston U. (28 saves)...Did not allow a goal for 242:19 consecutive minutes, January 2006...During first season as an Eagle, helped school capture the Lamoriello Trophy; made 26 saves in Hockey East Championship win over Boston U...Also made 39 saves in a double-overtime victory in conference semifinals vs. Maine...Made 18 appearances in rookie season at B.C.; at 13-1-4, led nation with a .833 winning percentage...Stopped 23 of 25 shots in his college debut against U. Mass- Lowell and was named Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week, Oct. 19, 2004...Represented Team USA at the 2005 and 2006 World Junior Championships...Attended Andover High School (MA).

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STANDINGS

EASTERN CONFERENCE
  TEAM GP W L OT GF GA PTS
1 MTL 7 6 1 0 22 21 12
2 TBL 8 5 2 1 25 16 11
3 DET 7 4 1 2 16 13 10
4 NYI 7 5 2 0 25 22 10
5 OTT 5 4 1 0 14 10 8
6 WSH 6 3 1 2 20 14 8
7 CBJ 7 4 3 0 21 20 8
8 NJD 7 3 2 2 22 23 8
9 NYR 7 4 3 0 21 23 8
10 BOS 9 4 5 0 22 23 8
11 PIT 6 3 2 1 22 19 7
12 TOR 7 3 3 1 20 21 7
13 FLA 6 2 2 2 9 14 6
14 PHI 7 2 3 2 22 28 6
15 CAR 7 0 5 2 14 29 2
16 BUF 8 1 7 0 9 28 2

STATS

2014-2015 REGULAR SEASON
SKATERS: GP G A +/- Pts
M. Cammalleri 7 5 2 2 7
A. Henrique 7 3 4 4 7
D. Severson 7 3 2 5 5
M. Ryder 7 1 4 3 5
J. Jagr 7 1 4 -2 5
R. Clowe 7 1 3 2 4
P. Elias 7 1 3 -1 4
E. Gelinas 6 1 2 0 3
J. Merrill 7 1 2 2 3
D. Brunner 3 1 2 1 3
 
GOALIES: W L OT Sv% GAA
C. Schneider 3 2 2 .907 2.93
S. Clemmensen 0 0 0 .857 3.53