Photo: Canucks

Photo: Canucks

By Michelle Kenneth via Inside Hockey:

Cory Schneider, a Vancouver Canucks goaltender with two years remaining on his 3-year contract, was traded to the New Jersey Devils for their first-round pick (No. 9). Schneider is due $4,000,000 (2013-14), and $4,500,000 (2014-15), with a cap hit of $4,000,000 per season (per CapGeek.com).

Both Martin Brodeur and Johan Hedberg are two of the oldest goalies in the National Hockey League. Both Brodeur (41) and Hedberg (40) have been sharing duties in goal for the New Jersey Devils since 2010-11. Schneider (27) shared his duties with Roberto Luongo in Vancouver.

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