The College Hockey News reports that
On the strength of Schneider’s in-net play,
In addition, Schneider amassed a GAA of 2.053, 15 shutouts, and a save percentage of 0.923 in his last three seasons with the Eagles.
Schneider, if he were to sign at this point, would very likely see plenty of minor league time before stepping up to the Canucks, however. As Vancouver GM Dave Nonis notes, “Cory needs to spend more time developing, playing 50 or 60 games (in the minors) and being in a pro environment.”
Nonis, who currently has star goaltender Roberto Luongo on the Canuck roster, also downplayed trade rumors which include the BC standout. As Nonis notes in the
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