Corey Schneider is signed

Discussion in 'NHL Draft - Prospects' started by sdbullet, Jul 3, 2007.

  1. sdbullet

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    Corey Scneider has signed his entry level contract with the Vancouver Canucks as per Team 1040.
     
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    I heard it as well. Great news for the Canucks.
     
  3. RandV

    RandV It's a wolf v2.0

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    Best signing of the offseason :handclap:

    Well not really, but for Canuck fans it's huge though. Or at least a huge relief.
     
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    Well his trade value just went through the freaking roof. He'll be the starter in Manitoba this year.
     
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    it would go up, IF he plays well as a starter......and it would go through the roof when he proves his game with a few games in the show.

    hardest step for a goalie is amateur to pro, not ahl to nhl imo, so until he takes that step and succeeds, his trade value will not go up that much
     
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    You don't really understand what I was implying. His trade value went up simply on the basis of him committing to a contract. Assuming he didn't sign, and went back to BC for his senior year, the consensus was he would most likely walk as a rookie UFA due to a clause in the CBA. By signing him the Canucks have created a more concrete asset, that did not exist prior.
     
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    Good signing but I dont think he will be making many starts until Luongo is out of there. Im thinking maybe they should use him as trade bait?
     

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