Cory Schneider

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#35

  • DOB: 3/18/1986
  • Ht: 6-3
  • Wt: 201
  • Shoots: L
  • Years on Team: 2
  • Hometown: Marblehead, Massachusetts
  • Drafted: 1st Rd (#26) by VAN, 2004

2021-22: Signed a new one-year deal with the New York Islanders on 10/12/21... Loaned to Bridgeport by the New York Islanders on 10/26/21. 2020-21: Agreed to a one-year deal with the New York Islanders on 12/31/20, but did not appear in an NHL game... Played two games in the AHL (conditioning loan) with Bridgeport from 3/31/21 to 4/2/21. 2019-20: Split his seventh and final season with the Devils organization between New Jersey and the AHL’s Binghamton Devils... Played his 300th game with New Jersey on 10/9/19... Played his 400th NHL game on 10/14/19 vs. Florida... Placed on waivers 11/18/19 and cleared to Binghamton, where he won seven of 14 appearances (2.71 GAA). 2018-19: Relieved Keith Kinkaid on 2/15/19 at Minnesota and earned his first NHL win in 414 days... Played eight games with AHL Binghamton in addition to 26 appearances with New Jersey. 2017-18: Won 17 of 40 regular-season appearances with New Jersey (2.93 GAA) and also recorded a 1.78 GAA in four Stanley Cup Playoff games... Played his first AHL game in nearly eight years on 2/27/18 with Binghamton (at Belleville). Previous: Selected to the 2016 NHL All-Star Game in Nashville... Led all NHL goalies in shutouts with a career high (five) as a member of the Vancouver Canucks in 2012-13... Also posted five shutouts with New Jersey in 2014-15... Won the Jennings Trophy in 2010-11 as the netminder with the fewest goals allowed in the NHL (185, tied with Roberto Luongo)... Won 28 of 40 games with the AHL’s Manitoba Moose in 2008-09 and his accolades that season included: AHL All-Star, AHL Best GAA (2.04), AHL Best SVS% (.928), AHL Best Goaltender (Baz Bastien Memorial Award, AHL Best Goaltending Duo (Harry Holmes Memorial Award, First All-Star Team and AHL Goalie of the Month (Nov)... Played three seasons at Boston College (2004-07). Drafted: 1st Rd (#26) by the Vancouver Canucks in 2004.

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