The Vancouver Canucks failed to stay alive, falling in the opening round for the second consecutive season after a 4-3 overtime loss on Tuesday night.
The Vancouver Canucks announced that Cory Schneider will start Tuesday's do-or-die Game 4.
The San Jose Sharks were happy that Cory Schneider started Game 3.
With the Canucks in desperate need of a victory, Cory Schneider allowed five goals on 28 shots in a 5-2 loss to the Sharks in Game Three of their opening round playoff series Sunday.
It's true: Cory Schneider is the Vancouver Canucks' starter in Game 3 against the San Jose Sharks on Sunday.
Cory Schneider practiced with the Vancouver Canucks on Sunday, the same day as Game 3 of their series against the San Jose Sharks.
The Vancouver Canucks' goaltending situation is getting curiouser and curiouser.
Cory Schneider (undisclosed) is still day-to-day and he didn't practice Thursday.
Cory Schneider (undisclosed) isn't ready to return to Vancouver's lineup yet.
Cory Schneider (undisclosed) says he feels ready to play, but coach Alain Vigneault will make the final call.
Vancouver Canucks coach Alain Vigneault said he might wait to reveal Cory Schneider's (undisclosed) status for Game 1 until Wednesday.
Cory Schneider practiced Monday for the first time since suffering an undisclosed injury on April 22 against Chicago.
Cory Schneider is expected to be ready to start Game 1 of the playoffs when the Canucks take on San Jose.
Cory Schneider has a "body injury," according to coach Alain Vigneault.