Here’s two more from the collection.
Corey Schwab came to the Devils in the ill-fated 1995-96 season, when the Devils failed to reach the playoffs after having won the Stanley Cup the season before. Corey played in just 1 games before being traded to the Tampa Bay Lightning.
He would come back to the Devils in 2002-03 playing in 11 games and posting a 1.47 GAA And .933 Save Percentage. Corey would get his name on the Stanley Cup that year, as the Devils won it all.
Mike Dunham attended the University of Maine, and was drafted 53rd overall in 1990. He would be the second goalie drafted by the Devils that year, behind Martin Brodeur at number 20.
He would play 41 games for the Devils, before being selected by the Nashville Predators in the 1998 expansion draft. He played 5 seasons in Nashville and would later play for the New York Rangers, Atlanta Thrashers, and finally, the New York Islanders. After retiring with the Islanders, he immediately became their goaltending coach, a position he would hold for 10 years.