by Ron Spence

Cory Schneider – the AHL’s Goalie of the Year – was pulled after the 2nd period of game five of the Calder Cup semi-finals.

The good news was that Schneider wasn’t beating himself up:

“I felt good (Friday), just one bad bounce and a nice play by them. I felt strong, it’s just sometimes pucks are finding ways in.”

Better still, the three goals and the pull haven’t thrown him off:

“Whatever happens will happen, but I’m going to keep preparing like I’m going to be playing the rest of the playoffs.”

And, he sees the big picture:

“But that’s part of a good goaltender, you’ve got to take that challenge and bounce back and be better the next night.”

The Canadian Press


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