I don't think people would blame management. Everyone basically agrees at this point that he's the goaltender of the present and future. He's already played in some really big games. It's likely that we won't be able to keep his fantastic GAA/SV% up for a full season, but he'll give the same or better goaltending as Luongo.
It's not the fan's job to do talent evaluation. I don't think we've seen enough of Schneider to know for sure that he'll be the same or better than Luongo, although he has looked promising so far. If they move Luongo and Schneider falters, you can bet that MG and AV will be feeling the wrath of the fans.
I think as long as Vigneault is the coach, Schneider's the starter. Luongo has said too much. What an expensive backup he'll be. For Luongo, I think he wants to start somewhere else, even if it has to be Toronto. Vancouver has really reached the point of no return here. I like Luongo, and hate when hf takes a collective dump on him, but I don't see him under any circumstances starting for Vancouver again.
Vancouver will do the sensible thing and trade both goalies before this becomes a distraction.
There you go, the first new idea in months!
In reality there is no reason to trade away anybody until we see how the roster fills out and how this iteration plays. So, if the season starts on time, the team will probably want ten games from each goalie to assess where they are at. If, at that time, there is a pressing need and a good offer comes along of course you'd expect them to trade an asset. It's telling, I think, that Schnieder does not have an NTC in his just signed contract.