June 21, 2004
2004 NHL Draft Prospect Profile

Inside College Hockey will profile some of the best NHL Draft-eligible college players between now and when their names will be called, June 26-27 in Raleigh, N.C. Check back often to get the scoop on where you can expect your favorite players to go on draft day.

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Boston College

2003-04 Statistics: 24 GP, 1.42 GAA, .956 save pct. (Phillips Andover)

Central Scouting: 7th among North American goaltenders
The Hockey News: 26th

Background: A prep star who verballed to Boston College originally for 2005, Schneider will now enroll at the Heights this fall.

Scout's Take: “He’s got great body control. He squares to the shooter really well. He makes himself big in the net, because he does move well. He takes space away from shooters.

"He recovers really well after the first shot. He could work a bit at controlling his rebounds, but that's something that's coachable. He's got a bright future."

INCH Projection: His stock soared in Minsk at the World Under-18 Championship. Did it soar as high as the first round? Given the value of good goaltending, he's got a good chance.

"Scout's Take" is Inside College Hockey's exclusive evaluation of the player from one or more NHL scouts. Scouts were granted anonymity in exchange for their candor.

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