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Cory Schneider posted three wins in the past week

The netminder earned his first win since December 2017 during Friday's game in Minnesota

by Caela McLoughlin @NJDevils /

During the 2018 off-season, Cory Schneider underwent surgery on his hip and has been working his way back into the lineup ever since.

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On October 19, 2018, Schneider was activated off the injured non-roster list and assigned to Binghamton for a conditioning loan.

Tweet from @NJDevils: "I'm excited to get the chance to go compete again, have some fun." -Cory Schneider on his conditioning assignment to Binghamton👂 Coach:👂 Palmieri:

And on October 30, 2018, Schneider joined the team for the first time this season on a seven-game road trip.

Tweet from @NJDevils: "I feel stronger than I did before." -Cory SchneiderSchneids joined the team on the 7-game road trip, starting in Tampa Bay tonight. Read:👂 Coach Hynes:

He got the start in net for the first time when the team faced off against the Red Wings in Detroit on November 1, 2018. The game resulted in a 4-2 loss for the Devils.

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Injury struck again in the middle of December and had the netminder out for another six weeks. At the beginning of February, on a conditioning loan in Binghamton, Schneider recorded a win for the Devils' AHL team on February 1.

Tweet from @BingDevils: 😈😈😈

And on February 15, Schneider got his first win of the season in a 5-4 overtime victory in Minnesota after coming into the game in relief of Keith Kinkaid in the second period. The win earned Schneider the helmet, which goes to the unsung hero of the game.

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He couldn't help but crack a joke when making his post-game speech.

Tweet from @NJDevils: "Thanks guys, sorry that took so long." 🤣 #NJDvsMIN

Tweet from @NJDevils: ���I was more excited for our team to come back and win a tough game after a tough trip.��������� Hynes:

The win not only marked Schneider's first win of the season but was his first victory in 21 regular-season games over two seasons, and the course of 415 days. He started in net just two days later, on February 17, when the Devils returned to Prudential Center to take on the Buffalo Sabres. One win wasn't enough for the 32-year-old, where he posted a 4-1 victory on the night. The netminder turned aside 34 shots and earned the first star of the game. 

Tweet from @MSGNetworks: First star Cory Schneider thanks the @NJDevils fans for sticking by him after his 34 save night.@RWJBarnabas

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Tweet from @NJDevils: Cory Schneider appreciation tweet.

Schneider started in net again on Thursday night when the Devils hosted the Ottawa Senators at Prudential Center. Two wins in one week weren't enough, and the goalie closed out the week on a high-note, posting his first shutout since November 1, 2017. He stopped all 30 shots he faced.

Tweet from @NJDevils: ������ Cory Schneider shutout������ @kurtisgabriel first NHL goal ������ Steven Santini first goal of the season Not a bad night. 😈

He earned the first star of the game, the M&Ms Moment of the game and of course, the helmet.

Tweet from @NJDevils: 3��� stars, all #NJDevils 😈

Tweet from @NJDevils: Cory Schneider saving all 30 shots on goal tonight is our @mmschocolate Moment of the Game! 👏

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Schneider chatted with MSG Broadcaster Erika Wachter at the end of the game in front of Prudential Center's crowd about how he's excited to be back.

Tweet from @MSGNetworks: ���I missed you guys after being away for so long!���Cory Schneider gets serenaded by the @NJDevils fans during his post-game interview with @ErikaWachter! #NJDevils

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