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Posted 05 February 2013 - 08:02 PM

Wow just reading through this thread and seeing the people bash Cory like that. This place is hilarious. Now everyone loves Louie and wants to run Cory out of town. Nice.


don't worry after a bad game from luongo they will want him out of town this place is like that
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Posted 05 February 2013 - 08:02 PM

How is our backup goaltender's agent unprofessionally venting for him through the media not interesting. :huh:

how is he venting for him all i see is an agent playing coach/gm again
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Posted 05 February 2013 - 08:11 PM

how is he venting for him all i see is an agent playing coach/gm again


A agent would never say something like that if he wasn't given the green light by his client. If he did, he would be fired. So there's that, and if you've been listening to any Schneider interview lately, the happy go lucky Cory hasn't been seen a while! So if you combine those two facts, this agent statement comes across as a set play by Camp Cory in order to pressure the Canucks; pressuring an organization this early on is a huge concern, prima donna in the making (sign of things to come?).

There are a lot of warning signs flashing around Schneider right now, including his admission to having a mental breakdown against Chicago in the playoffs. Ultimately, this agent business hasn't helped one bit.

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Posted 05 February 2013 - 08:17 PM

Schneider's as cool as a cucumber in January.
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Posted 05 February 2013 - 08:22 PM

Great now a bunch of Lu lovers are going to twist this into..

"Quit whining Schneider!!"
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Posted 05 February 2013 - 08:24 PM

This is Hodgson all over again, young guy with potential to be a future star on this team, someone else is speaking for him whining about ice time except it's his agent instead of his dad.

and we all know how the Hodgson situation ended
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Posted 05 February 2013 - 08:24 PM

Mike Liut should keep his ???? trap shut. If you have an issue with playing time you talk to Gillis and Vigneault, not flap your gums in the media to create even more controversy and put pressure on the GM and coach.

What a lowball tactic.

Can people just shut up and let this team continue winning, please?


He dont put pressure on Mike Gillis or Alain Vigneault, because they don't give a **** about what Mike Liut think. In fact he put pressure on Cory, he's saying MY GUY is a #1, if Schneider have a bad game it will make things worst for him. If he really think Schneider is already material to be a #1, why he didn't get a one year deal and after just sign where he want because he would have been UFA because of his age.

Honestly if I was Mike Gillis I would call Mike Liut and tell him, you can call the 29 other teams and ask them what they would give for Schneider.
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Posted 05 February 2013 - 08:25 PM

Schneider's as cool as a cucumber in January.

Really?

http://canucksarmy.c...sult-of-anxiety

http://www.theprovin...0230/story.html

Cool as a cucumber in the playoffs is all that matters and if history is an indication...... :sadno: :shock:

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Posted 05 February 2013 - 08:26 PM

What if Lou continues to be great? He might be doing a good job of playing team player with his buddy Cory. But truely being pissed off on the inside is a powerful motivator. If you were him what would you do? You would go in there with the attitude that you were never going to play second fiddle. Pal's or not. Cory better be excellent when his time comes of he will be watching a lot of games. Its a worst case senerio for a 1st shot at being #1 being such a short season. There wont be a lot of patiance in playing out of a slump. If he manages to get in there & play great as well with all the pressure on him in this competition for #1.Because thats what it still is. Managment has created this situation by not dealing Lou sooner. His strength under pressure will grow leaps & bounds. It's going to be an intresting to see how things play out to say the least. I think papa Liut is scared for his cliant I would be to.

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Posted 05 February 2013 - 08:29 PM

Looking at the stats....

Not surprisingly, both goalies posted their weakest numbers of the season in Game 1.

Schneider Average (including first game): .859
Schneider Average (excluding first game): .932

Luongo Average (including first game): .931
Luongo Average (excluding first game): .950

Both have earned a shutout.

Some have suggested it's the quality of opponent that should be considered, so...
Schneider against SJ: .852
Luongo against Chicago: .964
(SJ has 15 pts in 9 games. Chicago has 16 in 9.)

So it seems obvious that the team would keep going with Luo until his play slips OR until the schedule bunches up in a couple of weeks, at which time Schneider will have a chance to make his case. Beyond that, we really should be considering ourselves the luckiest freaking team in the league to have this goalie "problem" in which we can bench a guy with a .932 average if you don't include that first game! Instead, we should be focusing on why it is the rest of the team seems to be having trouble maintaining focus and level of play.

Add...the team is now playing better...which adds to the fact Lou is getting fewer shots..only about 25 per game
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Posted 05 February 2013 - 08:29 PM

Mike Liut should keep his ???? trap shut. If you have an issue with playing time you talk to Gillis and Vigneault, not flap your gums in the media to create even more controversy and put pressure on the GM and coach.

What a lowball tactic.

Can people just shut up and let this team continue winning, please?

I don't think it's a lowball tactic at all. Liut is trying to get Schneider traded into a starting role... It's all business and Liut is in the business of getting what's best for his clients.
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Posted 05 February 2013 - 08:37 PM

Add...the team is now playing better...which adds to the fact Lou is getting fewer shots..only about 25 per game


Schneider has played 4 games and has 107 shots against, pretty much exactly the same around 25 per game
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Posted 05 February 2013 - 08:42 PM

Florida wanted to keep Lu but he was asking more than they could afford so they traded him. He stayed in Vancouver because of the contract they offered him which was the richest in the NHL at that time. HE would have goen FA if they hadn't.

HIs cap hit has nothing to do with a discount but is because of the way the deal was structured. His contract is a major impediment to the team in trying to deal him because of up-front cost, NTC, length of term and now under the new CBA the penalty to the cap if he retires early. Explain how his contract was a discount?

Point 3 - so is it the team mates that pay his salary? "Pump his tires"? Shout LUUUUUU? THe stick salute at the end of the game adn MG and Hank thanking all the fans after the lockout was just a smoke screen?

I never said he was a bad person and his charity work is admirable. I was simply replying ot a poster who was making Lu out to be here for the love of Vancouver and the team when he is in fact here because of the $$.


Hold on there. Why did you suddenly change everything you said earlier?

1. First you claim that luongo left the team that gave him a chance to shine in the nhl for he richest contract in Vancouver....

Then suddenly it becomes Florida trading luongo, and he chose to stay in Vancouver AFTER he's traded from Florida

So which version you said is true? Cos they are two completely different situation. Luongo did NOT leave Florida for a better contract in Vancouver like you said he did. He was traded by his team when he thought they are in good term in his contract extension.

2. Luongo's contract at the time was NOT the richest contract in the nhl. He was among the top players, but its not the richest.

3. Luongo could have ask for a shorter term contract with higher cap hit when he signed that extension. Even if you take out the last two years in his contract, his average cap hit is still a little bit more than 6 million. That is a discount price for a goalie like luongo.

4. You didn't pay for his salary. The team does. What you paid for is a 60 min entertainment per game. It doesn't give you the right to become any hockey players' savior and certainly doesn't give you the entitlement that a hockey player has to thank you every single freaking game.

It's also funny that you suddenly turned blind and ignore all the charity luongo HAS done for the city even at this moment. Nope, that didn't happen and I didn't type out the whole thing for you on what luongo had done for his fans. He's just a jerk who never mention the fans after games.


It seems like you are just twisting facts so the argument will go in your way. Saying he's only here because of the money is darn right ridiculous. Give the Sedins 4 millions per year two seasons ago, and see if they will stay here.


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Posted 05 February 2013 - 08:48 PM

Schneider has played 4 games and has 107 shots against, pretty much exactly the same around 25 per game

Actually...he was pulled in first game after 14 shots or after 24 minutes...he has had 93 shots in 3.5 games or . Games are based on 60 minutes of playing time. Corys spg is around 31. The Canucks are also playing better now. Cory had a bad first game, but his SP is .935 and GAA of 1.96 since that game...spot on his stats of last season !
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Posted 05 February 2013 - 08:52 PM

Hold on there. Why did you suddenly change everything you said earlier?

1. First you claim that luongo left the team that gave him a chance to shine in the nhl for he richest contract in Vancouver....

Then suddenly it becomes Florida trading luongo, and he chose to stay in Vancouver AFTER he's traded from Florida

So which version you said is true? Cos they are two completely different situation. Luongo did NOT leave Florida for a better contract in Vancouver like you said he did. He was traded by his team when he thought they are in good term in his contract extension.

2. Luongo's contract at the time was NOT the richest contract in the nhl. He was among the top players, but its not the richest.

3. Luongo could have ask for a shorter term contract with higher cap hit when he signed that extension. Even if you take out the last two years in his contract, his average cap hit is still a little bit more than 6 million. That is a discount price for a goalie like luongo.

4. You didn't pay for his salary. The team does. What you paid for is a 60 min entertainment per game. It doesn't give you the right to become any hockey players' savior and certainly doesn't give you the entitlement that a hockey player has to thank you every single freaking game.

It's also funny that you suddenly turned blind and ignore all the charity luongo HAS done for the city even at this moment. Nope, that didn't happen and I didn't type out the whole thing for you on what luongo had done for his fans. He's just a jerk who never mention the fans after games.


It seems like you are just twisting facts so the argument will go in your way. Saying he's only here because of the money is darn right ridiculous. Give the Sedins 4 millions per year two seasons ago, and see if they will stay here.



1) if Lu didn't "leave" Florida, then why is he not there? Florida wanted to sign him but couldn't afford what he was asking so they traded him. He was the architect of his departure. FIgure it out.

2) Lu's contract was front-end loaded making him the highest paid player in the NHL his first years at $6.7M (IIRC). Not much of a discount.

3) Lu wanted too much $$$ for Vancouver to agree to a shorter contract. The only way to get him to sign was to pay him big and the only to make that work was to go long-term.

Lu may be a great team mate and a great guy but he is not here as a philanthropist and he did not take a discount to play here.

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Posted 05 February 2013 - 09:03 PM

This is Hodgson all over again, young guy with potential to be a future star on this team, someone else is speaking for him whining about ice time except it's his agent instead of his dad.
and we all know how the Hodgson situation ended

Maybe the problem lays elsewhere and that situation should end.
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Posted 05 February 2013 - 09:04 PM

If Luongo was playing crappy and still getting starts this would be a story but Luongo deserves to be playing right now. Someone needs to tell Schneider that this is life in Vancouver... On a good day only the crazies are demanding the back-up start. On a bad day everyone thinks the back-up is better that you.

FYI... try proving yourself by starting at least 40 games in a season before you let your agent pipe off and say we should trade the work horse and put our faith in you! After all you only had 8 months to get ready for game 1...
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Posted 05 February 2013 - 09:06 PM

1) if Lu didn't "leave" Florida, then why is he not there? Florida wanted to sign him but couldn't afford what he was asking so they traded him. He was the architect of his departure. FIgure it out.

2) Lu's contract was front-end loaded making him the highest paid player in the NHL his first years at $6.7M (IIRC). Not much of a discount.

3) Lu wanted too much $$$ for Vancouver to agree to a shorter contract. The only way to get him to sign was to pay him big and the only to make that work was to go long-term.

Lu may be a great team mate and a great guy but he is not here as a philanthropist and he did not take a discount to play here.


lol there's 7 goalies in the NHL that make more than Luongo, and of them I would only consider Lundqvist better. He easily could have gotten more money if he wanted, a 5.333 million dollar caphit and a 6.7 million dollar salary is a discount for Luongo
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Posted 05 February 2013 - 09:09 PM

That git Agent should keep his damn mouth shut.. TSN posted it all over the place and even on Facebook! God, I hate the media when they are blowing everything out of proportions!
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Posted 05 February 2013 - 09:09 PM

If Luongo was playing crappy and still getting starts this would be a story but Luongo deserves to be playing right now. Someone needs to tell Schneider that this is life in Vancouver... On a good day only the crazies are demanding the back-up start. On a bad day everyone thinks the back-up is better that you.

FYI... try proving yourself by starting at least 40 games in a season before you let your agent pipe off and say we should trade the work horse and put our faith in you! After all you only had 8 months to get ready for game 1...

In a previous thread about one day before the start of the season, I mentioned how terrible I feel for Schneider...just wait until he gets the same treatment from the fans and media as Lou did...everyone will turn on him as soon as he tanks a single playoff series. I was right...but it happened a lot faster than one playoff series :P Man, what a nightmare market for goalies...the team and management certainly aren't helping the situaion though...
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Posted 05 February 2013 - 09:13 PM

When you look at where the Canucks are, "the window to win", and assuming you could get more for Schneider the smart play is to keep Luongo... get an immediate asset for Schneider and go for it.
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Posted 05 February 2013 - 09:15 PM

In a previous thread about one day before the start of the season, I mentioned how terrible I feel for Schneider...just wait until he gets the same treatment from the fans and media as Lou did...everyone will turn on him as soon as he tanks a single playoff series. I was right...but it happened a lot faster than one playoff series :P Man, what a nightmare market for goalies...the team and management certainly aren't helping the situaion though...


My experience in this thread is that folks are speaking ill of his agent for the most part, not Schneider himself. I don't see people turning on Schneider at all. If anything most people are appreciative of the untenable position he is in.

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Posted 05 February 2013 - 09:20 PM

"My experience in this thread is that folks are speaking ill of his agent for the most part, not Schneider himself. I don't see people turning on Schneider at all. If anything most people are appreciative of the untenable position he is in."


Luit would not have said this without running it by his client first. He is in the same position Luongo has been in for the better part of two years and he is handling it far worse.
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Posted 05 February 2013 - 09:21 PM

You mean like Lu did when he walked from Florida - who gave him his chance in the NHL - to sign the most lucrative contract in the NHL with Vancouver?

Lu is the only "star" on this team that didn't take a discount to play here.

Have you ever heard him refer to the fans when he talks about why he plays or who he plays for? No. He talks about his teammates and himself.

LU is a great goalie and has performed well for Vancouver and I wish him well, but don't paint him as some kind of self-sacrificing martyr for the team.

Luongo was traded to Vancouver. He was offered the same contract from FLA that we gave him when we first got him (4yrs 27mil that is lucrative?). So he did not leave FLA as ufa for money, he declined and got traded and signed for the same amount. Now the 12 year contract was not demanded by him, it was the offer Canucks put to him first and he accepted quickly. The contract was made 12 years by Gillis to lower his cap hit.

Did he hold out until he got the 12yr contract like Doughty? No get real, he gladly took the first offer Mike Gillis offered. And at a cap hit of 5.3mil that his a discount for Lu when guys like Kipper, Miller, and Lundqvist have a higher cap hit.

Get your facts right.

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Posted 05 February 2013 - 09:23 PM

"My experience in this thread is that folks are speaking ill of his agent for the most part, not Schneider himself. I don't see people turning on Schneider at all. If anything most people are appreciative of the untenable position he is in."


Schneider's position is not untenable, He just needs to wait for Luongo to lose or play bad. After that he needs to win or play well.

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Posted 05 February 2013 - 09:25 PM

That git Agent should keep his damn mouth shut.. TSN posted it all over the place and even on Facebook! God, I hate the media when they are blowing everything out of proportions!


TSN making it obvious who they work for. I assume they figure if they can stir up a controversy in Vancouver, then a Luongo trade will become more likely. Silly Eastern media.

Odd how they never seem to report on the Canucks, unless it has to do with some sort of controversy.

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Posted 05 February 2013 - 09:26 PM

1) if Lu didn't "leave" Florida, then why is he not there? Florida wanted to sign him but couldn't afford what he was asking so they traded him. He was the architect of his departure. FIgure it out.

2) Lu's contract was front-end loaded making him the highest paid player in the NHL his first years at $6.7M (IIRC). Not much of a discount.

3) Lu wanted too much $$$ for Vancouver to agree to a shorter contract. The only way to get him to sign was to pay him big and the only to make that work was to go long-term.

Lu may be a great team mate and a great guy but he is not here as a philanthropist and he did not take a discount to play here.


FLA offered the same amount of money and identical contract 4year 27mil that he got when he came here. So it wasn't about Luongo asking too much money because he signed with us the same deal he was offered from FLA.
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Posted 05 February 2013 - 09:27 PM

This getting annoying Gillis. Trade one of them or guess what? They'll both want out this summer. This "patience" approach hasn't won us a cup and personally I don't see what the hold up is. Gillis had to knew coming into the season and not trading Luongo about Schneider's frustration. Gillis keeps tossing around words about team play but be has a blatant disregard for promises. Schneider has every right to be fuming, especially considering Gillis is an idiot. So either you move one of them ASAP or your butt is getting fired. And I mean it.
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Posted 05 February 2013 - 09:30 PM

"TSN making it obvious who they work for. I assume they figure if they can stir up a controversy in Vancouver, than a Luongo trade will become more likely. Silly Eastern media.

Odd how they never seem to report on the Canucks, unless it has to do with some sort of controversy."

If Luit had simply said his client "was looking forward to getting a start but recognized that the priority was seeing the team win" there would have been no story here. Luit said more because he and his client wanted him to.
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Posted 05 February 2013 - 09:31 PM

Ever thought that maybe they actually did go to MG and AV but yet nothing has changed so he has to come out to the media to get more attention to this problem?


We'll know that if Schneider gets traded. That is putting yourself ahead of the team and the Vancouver Canucks don't put up with that. If he said something to them and they told him "Lu is on fire right now, you did the same thing to him last year. Your going to play soon enough don't worry".. And then tells his agent to fan the media? He would be traded this week.

I'm 99% sure he wouldn't stir the pot like that, he's a smart guy and knows it would get him nowhere and only add more dumb questions from the media. He would be traded for sure if he pulled a stunt like that. Especially in the midst of all the media hogwash they're already deflecting.
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