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Posts Tagged Corey Schneider
- Andy Strickland of True Hockey: On March 1st teams will be allowed to spend up to 10% of next season’s $64.3 million salary cap ceiling. The “tagging rule” usually doesn’t come into play until after the season. This will help teams like Chicago, Rangers, Boston, Toronto, Montreal, San Jose, Philadelphia, Vancouver, and Calgary. It may help lead to some trades.Free agency this year starts on July 5th, and teams are allowed to speak with free agents “no less than five days, and no more than a week before” free agency starts.
As of now, it looks like the Capitals, Panthers, Blue Jackets and Jets are sellers.
The Blues will have some free agents to take care of. The Blues and Patrik Berglund will wait until after the season to talk extension. The same is likely for Alex Pietrangelo and Kevin Shattenkirk. Chris Stewart, Kris Russell, Andy McDonald and Matt D’Agostini also have expiring contracts.
- Frank Seravalli of the Philadelphia Daily News: Sources are saying that Blues GM Doug Armstrong asked the Flyers about Daniel Briere. The Bruins are also said to have asked about his availability. The Flyers haven’t asked Briere if he’d waive his no trade clause, and it’s not known if they are interested in trading him. Briere did have this to say,
“I don’t want to comment on anything at this point,” Briere told the Daily News. “Trades are not my department. I’ve been a Flyer for a long time. My heart belongs in Philadelphia with the Flyers. I can’t see myself playing anywhere else.”
Briere carries a $6.5 million salary cap hit, but has a salary of $3 million for next year and $2 million in 2014-15.
The Flyers are interested in Kevin Shattenkirk, but it would take a lot more than Briere to get him.
- Craig Custance of ESPN: Roberto Luongo is 5-1-3 with a 2.11 GAA and .916, and has made it easy for Canucks GM Mike Gillis to hold on to him while looking for maximum return on any deal. The longer Luongo stays, the tougher it becomes for Corey Schneider. Gillis has been getting calls from teams interested in Schneider. It might be better in the short term if Schneider is moved. It’s presumed that they could get better package of players for Schneider than for Luongo. Schneider is under contract through 2014-15 at $4 million a year. If the Canucks were to move him, they would still have a world-class goalie in Luongo. The longer Luongo remains with the Canucks, the harder it becomes to move him before the summer. It may worthwhile seeing what you could get for Schneider.
- Dave Feschuk via twitter: Maples Leafs lines: Bozak-MacArthur-Kessel. Grabo-Kulemin-JVR. Kadri-Komarov-Lupul. McClement-Brown-Orr.
- Pittsburgh Penguins via twitter: Penguins lines: Kunitz-Crosby-Dupuis Tangradi-Malkin-Neal Cooke-Sutter-Kennedy Glass-Vitale-Adams (Jeffrey).
- Bruce Garrioch via twitter: Senators lines: Michalek-Spezza-Silfverberg, Latendresse-Turris-Alfredsson; Greening-Smith-Neil; O’Brien-Regin-Condra. Defensive pairings: Methot-Karlsson, Gonchar-Phillips, Wiercioch-Benoit.
- New York Islanders via twitter: Islanders lines: Moulson-Tavares-Okposo, Grabner-Nielsen-Boyes, Ullstrom-Aucoin-McDonals, Martin-Cizikas-Reasoner-Boulton.
- Iain MacIntyre via twitter: Corey Schneider will be starting for the Canucks tonight.
- Pittsburgh Penguins via twitter: Marc-Andre Fleury will start in net for the Penguins. Rob Longley via twitter: James Reimer will start in net for Maple Leafs.
- Wayne Scanlan via twitter: Senators Craig Anderson will start in net tomorrow against the Senators.
- Stephen Whyno via twitter: Michal Neuvirth will start in net tomorrow for the Capitals.
Avs and O’Reilly could be $1.5 million apart … Canucks had a plan … Sharks still testing Gomez … A couple starting goalies
- Adrian Dater via twitter: Avalanche GM Greg Sherman says that talks continue with Ryan O’Reilly’s agent, Mark Guy. The Avalanche have 2 offers that are on the table: 5 years and $17 million and 2 years and $7 million. The Avs are looking at a deal in the $3.5 million per season range, similar to Matt Duchene. O’Reilly is looking for something in the $5 million range.
- James Mirtle via twitter: Mirtle doesn’t see how you don’t start P.K. Subban negotiations in the $4 million range.
- Ben Kuzma via twitter: Canucks coach Alain Vigneault planned to rotate his goaltenders in back to back games regardless of the outcomes. Corey Schneider allowed 5 goals on 14 shots on Saturday night before being pulled for Luongo. Luongo lost 3-2 in a shootout yesterday. Vigneault wouldn’t name is starter for Wednesday. Ryan Kesler may begin practicing in 7 to 10 games. Vigneault on starting Luongo,
“It has been a plan I figured out a couple of days ago and nothing changed my mind.”
Dan Tencer via twitter: “I understand that the plan all along was to go to Roberto in game 2. But if Schneider is your guy, you don’t let him sit after last night. You go back to Schneider and tell the kid you believe in him, no matter what. Showcase Luongo later. Not when your future needs your belief.”
- George Richards via twitter: Craig Anderson will start in net for the Senators tonight against Jose Theodore and the Panthers.
- Darren Dreger via twitter: Scott Gomez had more testing with the San Jose Sharks yesterday. No contract is signed yet.
- Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune: Ray Emery will be starting in net for the Blackhawks.