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Cory Schneider  #35

NUMBER: 35 BIRTHDATE: March 18, 1986  (AGE 28)
HEIGHT: 6' 2" BIRTHPLACE: Marblehead, MA, United States
WEIGHT: 200 DRAFTED: VAN / 2004 NHL Entry Draft
Catches: Left ROUND: 1st   (26th overall)
AwardsSeasons
William M. Jennings Trophy 2010-2011
Third in NHL with 1.97 GAA...Took SO loss in last start Apr. 10 at Ott. (31 saves + 2/3 SO); stopped A. Hemsky's PS attempt &  is now 6/7 in career...Replaced M. Brodeur Mar. 31 vs. Fla. (ND, 33:21, 13 SA, 13 saves)...Took loss/allowed career-high seven goals against Mar. 7 at Det. (26 saves)...Replaced Brodeur Jan. 26 vs. NYR (ND, 20:00, 1 GA, 5 saves); faced sixth career penalty shot (vs. D. Stepan) and allowed goal for first time...Recorded 3rd ShO of season/12th career Jan. 9 vs. Dal. (26 saves)...Posted 2nd ShO of season Nov. 30 vs. Buf. (15 saves)...Missed 3 games Oct. 26-Nov. 2 (lower body)...Posted first ShO as Devil Oct. 19 vs. NYR (22 saves)...Appeared in 100th NHL game Oct. 8 at Van (OTL, 29 saves)...Made NJD debut Oct. 3 at Pit. (L, 18 saves)...2012-13: Tied for NHL lead with 5 ShO…Was 4th in league with .927 SV%. &  8th with a 2.11 GAA…Co-winner of Jennings trophy in 2011-12; was 20-8-1 with 3 ShO &  a 1.96 GAA.
Hockey East All-Rookie Team (2005) (co-winners - Kevin Regan and Peter Vetri) Hockey East Second All-Star Team (2006) NCAA East First All-American Team (2006) AHL First All-Star Team (2009) Harry "Hap" Holmes Memorial Award (AHL fewest goals against) (2009) (shared with Karl Goehring) Aldege "Baz" Bastien Memorial Award (AHL Outstanding Goaltender) (2009) William M. Jennings Trophy (2011) (shared with Roberto Luongo) Signed as a free agent by Ambri-Piotta (Swiss), November 28, 2012. Traded to New Jersey by Vancouver for New Jersey's 1st round choice (Bo Horvat) in 2013 Entry Draft, June 30, 2013.
Quote of the Day

It's really exciting. I'm pretty sure that when I play my first game I'm going to be emotional. To be back on the ice playing a game, being in game situations, with all the routines and rituals I do before games and during the game, I feel like I'm going to be emotional. I'm going to be really happy.

— Montreal Canadiens forward Tim Bozon on playing for the first time since his life-threaning illness