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06-02-2010, 12:04 PM
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Canucks Re-Sign G Cory Schneider to 2-Year, 1-Way Contract - $900K/season

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Vancouver Canucks General Manager Mike Gillis announced today that the team has signed 2004 draft selection Cory Schneider. In keeping with club policy, financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
TC_Carling titillates us further:

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Cory Schneider has been resigned by the Canucks this morning. Further player/prospect announcements expected today as well.


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Vancouver Canucks sign G Cory Schneider

http://canucks.nhl.com/club/news.htm...id=DL|VAN|home

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Schneider, 24, played in 60 games for the Moose in 2009.10, collecting a career high 35 wins.

Vancouver, B.C. – Vancouver Canucks General Manager Mike Gillis announced today that the team has signed 2004 draft selection Cory Schneider. In keeping with club policy, financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Schneider, 24, played in 60 games for the Moose in 2009.10, collecting a career high 35 wins. He registered four shutouts and recorded a .919 save percentage. In six Calder Cup Playoff games he recorded a .905 save percentage. He appeared in two games with Vancouver this season, including a 45-save effort Nov. 6/09 at the Dallas Stars.

The 2008.09 AHL Goalie of the Year played 40 games with the Moose in 2008.09, posting a 28-10-1 record and a 2.04 goals against average. He also led the Moose to the Calder Cup Finals with a 14-7-0 record and 2.15 goals against average. Schneider made his NHL debut Nov. 29, 2008, against the Calgary Flames stopping 28 of 31 shots. He has played in 10 NHL games with the Vancouver Canucks.

The 6’2” Marblehead, MA, native was selected by Vancouver 26th overall in the 2004 NHL Entry Draft.
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The man is finally getting his due..

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It's nice to see all these contracts coming through. Next up, Mason Raymond?

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Good to hear. TC Carling also mentioning there will be other player announcements today. One I assume will be the official report on Rodin's signing. Hoping for some others as well.
Would certainly be a letdown if that was the case. I'm very happy Rodin's signed, but a tease like that...I'm hoping for some news on the Raymond front.

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Do you guys think its possible its a one way deal?

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I assume below his qualifying offer and one-way instead of two-way.

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Terms? Length? Any details at all?

Good sign for the team no matter what, but would be nice to know.

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Would certainly be a letdown if that was the case. I'm very happy Rodin's signed, but a tease like that...I'm hoping for some news on the Raymond front.
Well Andersson's been added to that list now. I still hope there's more.

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Weren't there people adamant he wouldn't sign in Vancouver and instead opt to wait for offer sheets?

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Any details at all?

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Weren't there people adamant he wouldn't sign in Vancouver and instead opt to wait for offer sheets?
Haha ya, mostly Flyers and Blues fans I think.

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Awesome news. He is going to be a star in this league for some lucky team.

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I agree that this is likely a one-way deal with a reduced cap hit so that his salary is more in line with what a backup would make, but he's guranteed the big dollars no matter where he plays.

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He would have to pass through waivers on a two way, so yes it's a one way deal for sure. Kinda want to see the dollar figures though ;(

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He would have to pass through waivers on a two way, so yes it's a one way deal for sure. Kinda want to see the dollar figures though ;(
What does waivers have to do with it being a one-way/two-way deal? The two-way deal is only so it costs the team less money for him to be in the minors.

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Weren't there people adamant he wouldn't sign in Vancouver and instead opt to wait for offer sheets?
Yes

http://hfboards.com/showthread.php?t=759286&page=3

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I can't speak for Schneider, but if I was in his free-agent shoes, the last thing I'd be doing would be re-signing with a team where I'm going to be opening the bench door for somebody else every night for the next ten years.

And, knowing that I was a free agent and knowing that my team knows that I'm a pending free agent, I'd take my team's signing of another goaltender as a slap in my face. To me, that's Vancouver telling Schneider, "we're not going to offer you any kind of a significant raise, and if you don't want to take the role as Luongo's understudy, we'll give it to Lack."

If the Blues don't offer-sheet Schneider at 12:01 AM on July 1, they're either nuts, or completely asleep at the wheel...

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He would have to pass through waivers on a two way, so yes it's a one way deal for sure. Kinda want to see the dollar figures though ;(
Whether it's a one or two way deal has no effect on whether a player has to pass through waivers. I believe Cory can still be sent down for one more year?

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What does waivers have to do with it being a one-way/two-way deal? The two-way deal is only so it costs the team less money for him to be in the minors.
I'm checking to see if I'm right or not, but whether on a one way deal or a two way deal has no bearing on waivers. But it's the time since signing a contract/age/number of professional games played?

So yes I was wrong on the original post! Sorry.

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I'm wondering if the Canucks don't still have something else to announce...it's the "player/prospect announcements" bit that caught my attention. Rodin and Andersson are certainly prospect announcements, and the official word came 15 minutes after the Schneider re-signing was announced. Hmm.

Any word on financials yet? Capgeek is usually all over this, but zip from them so far...

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Yes, goalies get an extra year of waiver eligibility.

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He's played a total of 149 professional games in the NHL and AHL, only 10 NHL games though.

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I'm checking to see if I'm right or not, but whether on a one way deal or a two way deal has no bearing on waivers. But it's the time since signing a contract/age/number of professional games played?

So yes I was wrong on the original post! Sorry.
Yeah no worries. The 1-way/2-way parts of contracts only deal with how much a player gets if he plays in the minors. If it's a 1-way he gets his full salary in the minors, 2-way he gets less.

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Awesome news. He is going to be a star in this league for some lucky team.
The Vancouver Canucks?

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Strickland reporting 2 years at just under $1 million per
So approximately 2-years, $900-$975K 1-way would be my expectation. I can live with that. His cap hit would have been $1.084m on his previous contract, so a reduced NHL salary in exchange for a 1-way deal, similar to what Pyatt did when the Canucks acquired him.

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