The puck rebounded towards the side of the net where Jason Spezza had a chance, but Schneider stuck out his right pad to make a save.
Unfortunately for him, his skate jammed against the post awkwardly, causing the 29-year-old to remain on the ice in discomfort.
Cory Schneider skates to the locker room and will be relieved by Keith Kinkaid in net. #NJDvsDAL
— New Jersey Devils (@NJDevils) March 5, 2016
Eventually play was whistled dead, and Schneider left the game to be replaced by Keith Kinkaid.
Schneider has been the Devils' most valuable player this year, going 26-22-6 in 54 games with a .924 save percentage and a 2.14 goals-against average.
He was named to Team USA's 2016 World Cup of Hockey roster Wednesday.