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Re: Do we trade Schneider after the season?

Postby clem » Mon Mar 19, 2012 11:34 am

Fred wrote:
I'm hoping MG can sign a possible FA Justin Schultz** to play alongside Tanev and set us up for a long time to come

** See Wolf Howls post

Competition for probable FA Schultz could be fierce. He looks NHL ready for next season & fits a hole in our lineup. Here's hoping Tanev can help this season.

The MAG trade, and the need to get him games to prevent UFA status, has complicated testing of young D before the playoffs.
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Re: Do we trade Schneider after the season?

Postby Fred » Mon Mar 19, 2012 11:58 am

coco_canuck wrote:
Fred wrote:I'm hoping MG can sign a possible FA Justin Schultz** to play alongside Tanev and set us up for a long time to come

** See Wolf Howls post


I want Schultz too, but he's also a Right handed shot, so it's unlikely he'll be paired with Tanev.



Man how did I miss that.... my bad. But frankly that makes him even more valuable just can't have enough righties.

In all honesty I know there's a number of posters lamenting our scouting but some of those players coming along are looking pretty good in a couple of years time. Jensen, Lack, Corrado, Rodin, McNally, Labate, Connauton, Price, Anderson, Sauve, Cannata, Grenier, Schroeder, Kassian all young and there surely has to be a couple in that bunch.
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Re: Do we trade Schneider after the season?

Postby coco_canuck » Mon Mar 19, 2012 1:28 pm

Fred wrote:In all honesty I know there's a number of posters lamenting our scouting but some of those players coming along are looking pretty good in a couple of years time. Jensen, Lack, Corrado, Rodin, McNally, Labate, Connauton, Price, Anderson, Sauve, Cannata, Grenier, Schroeder, Kassian all young and there surely has to be a couple in that bunch.


It's really difficult to fully evaluate a team's prospect pool.

I think it's safe to say the Canucks aren't stocked up with high-draft pick with pedigree, but it's premature to write off the players you mentioned. It seems the lack of highly drafted players in the Canucks system is the basis for where the organization is ranked.

I agree that at least a couple will end up being at least decent players, and I also agree that people who are down on our prospect pool are jumping to conclusions a bit too quickly.

This is Gillis' 4th year as GM, and typically, you need to wait 5 years from the date of a draft to get at least a somewhat proper appreciation of how a team fared in a given draft.
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Re: Do we trade Schneider after the season?

Postby Meds » Fri Mar 30, 2012 3:06 am

Just wondering if anyone else realized that Schneider is 5th in GAA and 2nd in SV% with a .937.....just so everyone knows, that SV% is only .001 below the great Timmy Thomas' record setting SV% from last year.

While Brian Elliot is having a crazy season, and he has played 6 more games than Schneider, I'd like to point out that he has only faced 37 more shots in that 6 games. Schneider generally faces that in a single game.
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Re: Do we trade Schneider after the season?

Postby CrzyCanuck » Fri Mar 30, 2012 3:56 am

Some interesting stats from Yahoo blogger today regarding Luongo vs Schneider

If you're too lazy to read, here are some quick facts:

Even Strength Save % of goalies (since the lockout) who have faced a minimum of 3000 shots.
Goalies Sve.% (Even) Shots (min.3000)
League Average .920 ------
T. Thomas .930 8822
T. Vokoun .930 9797
R. Luongo .929 10035
H. Lundqvist .928 10033
P. Rinne .928 5771
J. Hiller .928 5544
K. Lehtonen .926 7812
J. Halak .926 4584
N. Backstrom .925 7281

The Even Strength Save % for goalies under 3000 shots

Goalies Save.%(Even) Shots(under 3000)/ [~% of Confidence]
T.Rask .932 2308 [ 99%]
J.Harding .926 2404 [84%]
C. Schneider .926 1383 [78%]
S. Varlarmov .925 2512 [85%]
J. Riemer .925 1728 [82%]

The PK Save % of goalies who have faced a minimum of 1300 shots.

Goalie Sve.%(PK) Shots
League Average .870 ---
N. Backstrom .893 1566
C. Anderson .885 1527
H. Lundqvist .884 2415
C. Mason .883 1448
R. Miller .882 2290
J. Hiller .881 1329
T. Thomas .880 1983
R. Luongo .880 2835

The PK Save % of Goalies facing under 1300 shots

Goalie Sve. % (PP) Under (1300 shots)
C. Schneider .921 341
S. Bernier .899 237
J. Quick .893 1194
J.Howard .890 872
T. Rask .888 436
J. Halak .883 973
J LaBarbera .882 836
P. Rinne .880 984
M.Smith .877 1077
B.Elliot .874 831
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Re: Do we trade Schneider after the season?

Postby dhabums » Fri Mar 30, 2012 9:25 am

So put Schneider in as a PKer? Talk about innovation.
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