Schneider, Mathieu : Jews In Sports @ Virtual Museum

Schneider, Mathieu

ice hockey

Country Represented:
United States

Years Competed:

Olympic Info:
Schneider played on the United States ice hockey team at the 1998 Nagano Olympics, the first time American professional players competed in the Games. Despite high expectations, the U.S. lost to Sweden and Canada in the preliminaries, although they did win their preliminary match against Belarus. The Americans were then eliminated in the quarterfinals by Czechoslovakia, the eventual gold medalists, led by goalie Dominik Hasek and forward Jaromir Jagr.

Career Highlights:
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Birth and Death Dates:
b. June 12, 1969

New York City

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Great Jews in Sports by Robert Slater (New York: Jonathan David Publishers, 2000)
New York Times, February 10-22, 1998