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Video: Cory Schneider takes batting practice at Fenway

Cory Schneider recently toured Fenway Park and was given the opportunity to take batting practice. Schneider, a big Boston Red Sox fan, jumped at the opportunity and took some pretty good swings. Cory enters the cage and takes some cuts on the field he grew up watching the Sox at. #CoryTakesThePlate https://t.co/JCGt5hacFy — New Jersey Devils (@NHLDevils) July 29, 2015 Schneider...
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July 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Cory Schneider thinks fans will love 3-on-3 OT, worries about goalie stats

The NHL will use 3-on-3 overtime beginning in 2015-16 and New Jersey Devils goaltender Cory Schneider believes fans will love the new format. At the same time, Schneider is a bit wary about how the open 3-on-3 format in overtime will negatively influence a goaltender’s statistics. Schneider spoke with ESPN and mentioned his concerns about how the change will be difficult on goalies...
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July 20, 2015  |  Discuss

Devils should give Cory Schneider a break

For all 20 games this season for the Devils, Cory Schneider has been in net.  Devils Head Coach Peter DeBoer has opted not to give his franchise goalie a rest.  Why?  The main reason may be DeBoer feels he has the best chance to win with Schneider in net.  Since the Devils missed making the playoffs last year by 5 points, DeBoer doesn’t want a game in October or November being...
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November 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Cory Schneider Excited For Second Career Regular-Season Game In Boston

BOSTON — Cory Schneider is no stranger to TD Garden. The Marblehead, Mass., native played at the Garden several times during his three years at Boston College from 2004-05 through 2006-07 and attended games as a fan of the Bruins growing up. He will start for the New Jersey Devils against the B’s on Monday night, and a lot of people in the crowd will be cheering for him. ...
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November 10, 2014  |  Discuss

5 reasons why Cory Schneider will win the Vezina trophy

The 2014-15 season will be the first of the post-Martin Brodeur era for the New Jersey Devils. GM Lou Lamoriello has given the starting spot to Cory Schneider, and the organization showed they have great faith in the 28 year old goaltender by signing him to a 7 year, $42 million contract extension this past offseason. Much like the Devils, I have an overwhelming amount of confidence...
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September 11, 2014  |  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...
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July 09, 2014  |  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...
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July 09, 2014  |  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...
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July 04, 2014  |  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...
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June 06, 2014  |  Discuss

New Jersey Devils: no moves made before Olympic break

At 3 pm this afternoon the NHL’s roster freeze came into effect, which will prevent teams from making any transactions for the duration of the Winter Olympic games.  The freeze will be lifted on February 24th, and that will leave teams just 10 days to make any deals before the March 5th trade deadline. The New Jersey Devils, who are in desperate need of adding a scoring forward...
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February 07, 2014  |  Discuss
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