Published October 07, 2013
| Associated Press
EDMONTON, Alberta – New Jersey Devils goaltender Cory Schneider doesn't plan to get emotional about his return to Vancouver on Tuesday night when he'll share the spotlight with former teammate Roberto Luongo.
"We're there less than 24 hours. Gotta play a game, gotta win a game. I'm not going to get all nostalgic," Schneider said Monday.
He'll get the start against the Canucks since teammate Martin Brodeur was tabbed to start for New Jersey on Monday night against the Oilers.
Schneider took the Vancouver starting job from Luongo last season. When the Canucks found they couldn't trade Luongo they turned around and sent Schneider to the Devils last June for the 10th pick in the 2013 draft.