NJ Devils’ goalie Schneider to sign autographs at Liberty Humane Society


New Jersey Devils’ starting goaltender Cory Schneider will be signing autographs at Jersey City’s Liberty Humane Society next week.

Photo courtesy of Jill and Cory Schneider.
Photo courtesy of Jill and Cory Schneider.

By John Heinis/Hudson County View

The event will take place on April 23 between 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. at the facility, located at 235 Jersey City Blvd, and for each $20 donation made to the shelter, Schneider will sign one piece of memorabilia.

“My wife and are strong supporters of animal welfare and it’s awesome to take part in saving lives with LHS’s staff and volunteers. I’m proud to help raise money and awareness for this organization who does so much good work for others,” Schneider said in statement.

For the past 2 years Cory and his wife, Jill, have been active LHS volunteers who have fostered many special needs animals in their home.

They are currently fostering “Bushmills,” a deaf and blind kitten who came from a hoarding situation in Jersey City. Jill is also an active volunteer and dog-walker at the shelter.

“Cory and Jill are steadfast supporters who are passionate about doing more for local animals in need. They are wonderful advocates for LHS, and we are so grateful to have the support of their family and the Devils’ organization,” added Irene Borngraeber, the executive director of LHS.

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  1. I have yet another reason to love Cory. I sit in section 233 and along with the Littles around us who absolutely love him, we love and support him as our goalie.

    My Fiancé, two teenage girls and myself also work with seniors and special needs animals, mainly cats, in Union County. It was actually becoming my much loved career when I was diagnosed with a chronic pain disorder, but it hasn’t stopped us from saving countless lives, helping at adoption events, working with behavioral issues (we have awesome outcomes might I add lol) and TNR in communities.

    Unfortunately won’t be able to make the event as we will be visiting my teenage daughter BUT I will be looking how to send my donation once I finish this message.

    THANK YOU CORY AND JILL! Your help is greatly appreciated and so much love and respect for choosing special needs animals. From our family to yours, we love you both! xx

    ADOPT! Pick the personality you want in an older dog. Lap animal. Active animal. Single pet home. Buddy for prior pet. Great with kids. Trained… WE GOT THEM ALL!!

  2. The Fools that bought the Devils a few years ago only care about the Beer and Hot Dog sales made at the games. This is true. Hockey means nothing to them.