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Cory Schneider gets star-spangled pads

Team USA goalie unveils patriotic design for World Cup

by Cristina Ledra @cledra / NHL.com Staff Writer

Cory Schneider has ensured you'll make no mistake about who he's playing for in the World Cup of Hockey 2016.

The New Jersey Devils goalie will be rocking some patriotic pads as he represents Team USA for the tournament, which begins on Sept. 17 at Air Canada Centre in Toronto. 

Tweet from @NJDevils: Cory's @VaughnHockey pads for the #wch2016 are red, white and awesome. ������������ pic.twitter.com/BqxTmkjyKA

Vaughn Hockey designed Schneider's pads featuring the stars and stripes, and previously designed a set of pads for him for the 2016 NHL All-Star Game in Nashville that were just as fit for the occasion.

Tweet from @VaughnHockey: Cory Schneider's new leg pads for the All Star game in Nashville!!! #VaughnLife #BuiltByMike pic.twitter.com/wGXggoakQl

Schneider, going into his fourth season with the Devils, Ben Bishop of the Tampa Bay Lightning and Jonathan Quick of the Los Angeles Kings were selected as Team USA's goalies for the World Cup, which runs for two weeks before the 2016-17 NHL season begins.  

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