Yes. Do it while Schneider is hot and now, to give Luongo time to get back into game form. I remember when Luongo was traded to Vancouver, the book on him was that he had to play a lot and see a lot of shots to be successful. If he's playing every four, five days, he gets cold. The Canucks are tampering with a very good thing.
I suppose the team is tampering with Luongo by giving up fewer shots in his starts as well?
I remember in Florida, Luo used to face endless rubber...
The Canucks are tampering with a good thing winning games with Schneider starting (because, according to 101, what's really most important to the team isn't winning, it's Luongo...)
Just a couple of facts that put your your complaining in perspective:
Luongo's worst performances this season were obviously the Detroit games - that last loss to Detroit was his third straight start, in five days, and his previous 8 goal performance was a back to back start for him as well.
So much for the "cold" excuse.
Luo's played 15 games, Cory 16. Luo .904, Cory .917.
What's your explanation 101?