When it comes to his future, the only thing Cory Schneider knows is that he’s joining the Vancouver Canucks for the rest of the 2010 Stanley Cup playoffs.
With the Manitoba Moose eliminated in the first round by the Hamilton Bulldogs, the Canucks will recall Schneider, along with several teammates, in the coming days to serve as depth for their second-round series and beyond.
Nobody will be calling for Eugene Melnyk to “blow up” the Senators this summer.
But GM Bryan Murray is going to have to do some bridge building over a couple of big holes that will be left on defence.
The Wild first round is over, with the top 3 seeds in the East eliminated, and 4 powerhouses still alive in the West, which should lead to 2 awesome match ups.
So let’s hear it HTR, who’s going on to the final 4?
Lemaire One couldn’t help but to start connecting the dots when New Jersey Devils coach Jacques Lemaire announced his retirement Monday.
Just days after the signing the most sought after European FA goalie, Brian Burke signs the most sought after College level goalie, Ben Scriven.