Okay fine, so it's little misleading to say that Cory Schneider is practicing with the glove of a team he just beat, but I got to be honest, that's the greatest unintentional mind game I could possibly conjure up. Matching be damned, Cory Schneider rocking the colors of the last team he defeated would just continue to remind said team how badly they were dominated. Just dedicating his glove hand to whatever unlucky group fell victim to it last. It's like wearing a one game patch for someone that passed away, except in this instance it's for the demise of the opposition's pride. May it Rest In Peace. That's how you show a fraudulent sign of respect to your opponent while simultaneously emasculating them.
"2-4-6-8...who do we appreciate?! The idiots that kept ripping them glove side on our All-Star caliber ginger!"
Seriously though (not really at all), this team needs attitude. It needs something that differentiates it from the rest of the league. Under Lou Lamoriello it was all the players having low numbers and no one wearing #13. Well, I think under Ray Shero we should have the best player on the team give recognition to our fallen competition after every win. You want relentless? There's nothing as relentless as constantly reminding a team that you are in their head. The ultimate sign of respect is complete and utter disrespect, or something like that. After all, it's the losers that don't get acknowledged who truly aren't relevant. I need Cory Schneider to work tireless to break in 30 different catching gloves. There's no telling who we beat next (who am I kidding? It's the Blue Jackets tonight) and I need them to remember the experience. I need them to know how inferior they are. So inferior, in fact, that Cory Schneider has to represent them with his left hand, because they can't even do a good enough job of representing themselves. Schneider wearing multi-colored mitts is the best way the Devils can show their appreciation. Thanks for coming Columbus, hope you brought an extra glove with you...