Luongo vs. Schneider: Nothing To See Here

J.J. Guerrero

Founder and Executive Editor of Canucks Hockey Blog. Proud Canadian, hardcore Canucks fan. I would like nothing more than watching the Canucks win the Stanley Cup. Against the Leafs.

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7 Responses

  1. :) says:

    everyone needs to chillax.
    without a solid d, it’s hard for luongo to do anything.

  2. Penucks_Girl says:

    Well said. I think it’s great that Lou has a back-up that can stop the puck as well as Schneider, but it’s a little early to be talking about trades and throwing him under the bus. I mean when has Lou had a strong October???

  3. I haven’t run the numbers yet, but in terms of save %, this could even be his best October with the Canucks since his first season here.

  4. PS says:

    With Lou in net everyone plays defense to keep the puck from going in. Anyone but Lou and the rest of the team can do their jobs….hence the different offensive numbers when the 2 different goalies are in net. Lou is a marginal goalie at best. He’s holding the rest of the team back. Time for Cory….

  5. saysi says:

    I agree with PS

  6. Kel says:

    And look at two games that Cory Schneider played in. Both were at home against relatively weak opponents after the team had lost the previous game. This is the perfect way to pad the stats of your backup goalie if you’re going to trade him.

  7. Canuckfan1970 says:

    Luongo is the best around when he’s on. Unfortunately his team has lost faith in his ability to win one for the team when they play poorly. It’s a shadow of having him captain from last year. Most of the team cowers and plays tentative when they are down. I suspect there is a “blame game” going on in the locker room during Luongo loses. Step up Luongo, win a few that the team shouldn’t and don’t complain…it’s the reason you’re playing in Vancouver.

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