Roberto Luongo is getting far more net time in Vancouver than anyone expected, which isn't good news for Cory Schneider's learning curve. The ex-Boston College goalie was supposed to own the Canucks net this season, with Luongo dished to the Panthers or Leafs. But Luongo remains in residence and has made the majority of the starts the last two weeks. Meanwhile, Schneider's agent, ex-goalie Mike Liut, told the Vancouver Sun that it would be better to get Luongo dealt sooner rather than later. Asked if Luongo were to get, say, 40 starts, Liut responded, "That's a disaster [for Schneider]."
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Canucks tried to deal Luongo but he got a huge contract and he's not worth it so basically they've got to play him. Poor Cory may end up like Scott Clemmensen, a career backup.