Roberto Luongo reiterated that he's going to keep his cool as he plays second fiddle to Cory Schneider between the pipes.
Schneider will get the nod Sunday against the Sharks. "Of course, but I've put my ego aside here and I'm trying to work hard and do my best and be ready," he's said. "We all know, and it goes without saying, that both Cory and I want to play. We're competitors but I'm not going to put myself ahead of the team." Luongo also told Canucks general manager Mike Gillis that he's not about to harp on all the trade rumors. "I don't really want to be bothered on a day-to-day basis with that stuff and I've pretty much given him the green light to do whatever."