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Roberto Luongo tweet finds him all set to play with Eddie Lack

Vancouver Canucks goalie Roberto Luongo has but recently lost his goaltending partner of the past 4 or so seasons but already seems prepared to move on with someone new. Luongo sent an amusing tweet, or his alter-ego strombone1 did, to Eddie Lack.

Op-Ed: If Canucks deal Schneider to Oilers, could they get Eberle back?

Whether Canucks GM Mike Gillis is looking to create a better market for Roberto Luongo by floating Cory Schneider's name can't be known. But the more options he appears to have the more likely a team trying to lowball him for Luongo will raise the ante.

Op-Ed: Vancouver media lose logic when floating Roberto Luongo buyout

Vancouver - The Vancouver Canucks will not buy out Roberto Luongo. Veteran reporters may be speculating about that happening but there's as much chance of it as there is of Gary Bettman winning an NHL fans popularity poll.

Op-Ed: Vancouver Canucks should start Schneider tonight, likely won't

There will be few who will agree Vancouver Canucks coach Alain Vigneault should start Cory Schneider over Roberto Luongo tonight in the fourth game of their opening-round playoff series. Luongo's done good things in this series, less so Schneider.

Ref passes to Hawks' Carcillo, ends Cory Schneider shutout bid

Vancouver Canucks goalie Cory Schneider was likely told by his parents as a kid not to blame the ref when things went wrong. But Monday night he lost a shutout not because of himself, sloppy defence or forwards refusing to come back.

Roberto Luongo's parents visiting and trying 'to be supportive'

It has been much talked and written about, the difficult day that Vancouver Canucks back-up goalie Roberto Luongo had this week. He wasn't traded and he'll stick to sitting on the bench with a ball cap on. His contracts, he said, "sucks."

Op-Ed: Mike Gillis takes asset Roberto Luongo, turns him into albatross

Maybe it's the opposite of pulling a rabbit out of a hat, what Vancouver Canucks GM Mike Gillis did. Gillis had an asset, Roberto Luongo, that he no longer needed and instead of turning him into something, he turned him into nothing.

Henrik all-time Canucks scorer, Sedins 19th in NHL family scoring

The Vancouver Canucks have a new all-time scorer in the person of their captain, Henrik Sedin. Sedin passed another Swede, their former captain, Markus Naslund with two assists in a 4-3 home loss Friday.

Op-Ed: Canucks should trade Roberto Luongo for one thing - more goals

Vancouver Canucks GM Mike Gillis can talk to reporters until the new CBA is done in a decade, endlessly telling them that he's happy having two great goalies and it's all working out fine, thank-you. But if he doesn't trade one, he will hurt his team.

Op-Ed: It's hockey in Vancouver so media nourishes a goalie controversy

It was bound to happen. It does most seasons in many Canadian NHL cities. What happens? The media ignites a goalie controversy. In Vancouver this year the Canucks created fuel for it but make no mistake who's fanning the flames.

Roberto Luongo wants trade to Florida but claims he'd go elswhere

Roberto Luongo talked to the Florida Sun-Sentinel newspaper Monday and said what some media, Digital Journal included, have said all along: he wants to go to Florida. He spoke to the paper as Scott Clemmensen and Jose Theodore worked out on nearby ice.

Trade talk: Roberto Luongo brings Chicago Blackhawks into play

Vancouver - Fans will decide for themselves if Roberto Luongo opened the door to a trade to the Chicago Blackhawks on Friday, but arguably he did. It's a destination that pundits have all but ruled out - at least until now.

Vancouver Canucks lock up Cory Schneider with 3-year deal

Vancouver - The Vancouver Canucks may have dodged a bullet by locking up goalie Cory Schneider on Thursday. It's a 3 year deal that reports say calls for the 26-year-old to make $12 million over the length of the contract.

Is Luongo trade talk about driving up the price - for Schneider?

Vancouver - It hasn't been considered by anyone else, and if presented to Bob McKenzie or Pierre LeBrun or Doug McLean they'd call it a greater work of fiction than 'Slapshot'. Nick Kypreos might even get mad: "Are you kidding me?" he might bellow. "Not a chance!"

U.S. hockey mag cites source, says Roberto Luongo back to Florida

The latest of a flurry of trade rumors concerning Vancouver Canucks goalie Roberto Luongo comes courtesy an American magazine called The Fourth Period. The magazine says Roberto Luongo is only willing to go to the Florida Panthers.

Longer Luongo deal isn't done, less likely to be 'hockey trade'?

Vancouver - It seems logical, even obvious, that the longer the Vancouver Canucks go without trading Roberto Luongo the harder it'll be to find a taker willing to make a 'hockey trade.' That will force a salary dump.

Price of Luongo (or Schneider) goes up after 2 NHL goalie moves

Vancouver Canucks GM Mike Gillis should be thanking his lucky stars right now, or at least thanking his goalie stars for being so good at such a good time. For the price of whichever puckstopper he trades this summer has just gone up, maybe considerably.

Keep Luongo and trade Cory Schneider for...a potential superstar?

Vancouver - It seems the subject of goaltending and the Vancouver Canucks is giving scribes enough material to last the offseason. In the absence of playoff hockey, for Canuck fans it is a topic more popular than a Justin Bieber tweet is to his legions of Beliebers.

Op-Ed: Canuck GM Mike Gillis is faking by saying both goalies could stay

While Vancouver Canucks GM Mike Gillis said on a Hockey Night in Canada radio interview that keeping both his goalies is a "distinct possibility" and Cory Schneider's agent said much the same thing, don't believe them. They're both faking.

Op-Ed: Pundits wrong, Canucks will get healthy return for Roberto Luongo

If the Vancouver Canucks look to trade Roberto Luongo - and it seems they will - there's a notion that not much will come back the other way. But like in industry, the market in hockey is set by supply and demand and that suggests a healthy return.

Vancouver Canucks out of playoffs, now comes Roberto Luongo trade

Vancouver - The Vancouver Canucks played 25 games in the Stanley Cup playoffs last season and came a win from winning it all, so there was not much expectation of change over the summer. This season, with only 5 playoff games, things are different.

Luongo sits: 'You have no idea how incredibly difficult that was'

The ins and outs of NHL goings-on are not always known to fans and media, but when it comes to telling a player he's sitting it's easy enough to see how tough a chore that would be. You wanna tell a gold-medal winning veteran goalie he's benched?

Cory Schneider back in, Mason Raymond healthy scrath for Canucks

After beating the Columbus Blue Jackets, 4-3, Saturday night, Cory Schneider will get another start, coach Alan Vigneault told media Tuesday. While Schneider will play the Wild in Minnesota tonight, winger Mason Raymond will be in the press box.

Canucks' goalie Schneider weighs in on the Tim Thomas affair

Despite his being 14 years younger, Vancouver Canucks' goalie Cory Schneider, for some, may be the more mature when it comes to the issue of attending team events. He was asked to weigh in on Tim Thomas' snub of the White House and sounded well, mature.

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Cory Schneider, seen here back in his days with the Manitoba Moose, was the subject of trade talk before the 2013 NHL entry draft.
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