Brad Ziemer of the Vancouver Sun tweeted Thursday that Canucks coach Alain Vigneault confirmed the start for Schneider, who picked up the team's first win of the season Wednesday, a 3-2 shootout victory over the Calgary Flames.
Schneider stopped 34 shots during regulation and overtime, then turned aside four of the Flames' five attempts in the shootout.
"It's fun having the game on the line and you gotta make a save," Schneider said afterward. "That's an opportunity I relish."
It was a much-needed rebound effort after he was pulled from his opening-night start after giving up five goals on 14 shots. Roberto Luongo relieved and started the Canucks' following game against the Edmonton Oilers, creating waves that Schneider's new role as the No. 1 goalie could be short-lived.
"He responded the way I expected he would respond -- by playing well," Vigneault said.