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The Devils built a 3-0 lead in the second period, saw the Canucks cut the margin to a goal in the third period and then held on before Mike Cammalleri scored his second goal and 20th of the season into an empty net for a game-icing short-handed goal with left in regulation."I hadn't beaten them before and since they're my old team, this was a special one," Schneider said.
"We were able to handle them after they scored the second goal and did a great job of protecting the lead.
Sure enough, both wingers were back in the news again on July 1 after signing dollar-filled deals.
Vanek, as had long been rumoured, returned to his adopted home of Minnesota to play for the Wild, while Cammalleri bolted the rebuilding Flames for a veteran-stocked New Jersey Devils team that needs scoring help.
Both players come with obvious upside and their share of questions.
Zack Kassian scored both goals for the Canucks, who came close to tying the score in the third period after falling behind 3-0.
Radim Vrbata had two good chances and Chris Higgins had a couple of whacks at a loose puck in the crease on a late power play before Cammalleri iced the game."It's nice to finally put the puck in, but it's disappointing to not get at least a point here," Kassian said.