Coach Alain Vigneault insists Roberto Luongo remains his No. 1 goalie, but Cory Schneider will make his sixth straight start when the Vancouver Canucks meet the Columbus Blue Jackets on Tuesday night at Rogers Arena (7 p.m., Sportsnet Pacific, Team 1040). "Right now the way Cory is playing, he's playing real well, and I have decided to go with him tomorrow," Vigneault said after today's practice. But Vigneault quickly added that Luongo's status as the team's top goalie has not changed. "Obviously, Roberto is our No. 1 goaltender and before he got hurt he was starting to find his game," Vigneault said. "We put Cory in, he wasn't very good against Chicago, but after that he was the best player on the ice against Ottawa and shutout, shutout and the performance he had (Saturday) night. He's playing well and is going to play tomorrow."
Canucks' Schneider to get sixth straight start, but Luongo 'is our No. 1 goaltender'
Vancouver Sun | Nov 29