Friday, February 8, 2013

The Vancouver Canucks Don't Need to Trade Cory Schneider or Roberto Luongo

Cory Schneider stopped 22 of 23 shots in the Vancouver Canucks victory over the Minnesota Wild last night.  With his strong performance giving them confidence in net, the Canucks and their fans are in a situation with two goaltenders playing at the top of their game and in the driver's seat as far as any trades may be concerned.  If they wanted to trade either of their goaltenders, they could conceivably do so for prospects, draft picks on current NHL players they think might add value to their team.  But as long as they are winning, with two of the best goalies in the league who can each be given substantial rest periods, why would they make a trade at this point, unless it was strongly in their favor?   

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