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They Call Him The Wonderer

from the Jewish Exponent,
Mathieu Schneider's dad calls him "the Wandering Jew." And while, historically speaking, most Jews haven't done their wandering on ice skates, it's not difficult to see how the term applies to Schneider: Over the course of his 17-year National Hockey League career, he's played in six different cities, several of them more than once. "I've been fortunate throughout my career to play in cities with tremendous Jewish communities," Schneider, 36, said in an interview. "I feel as though I've been a role model in each city that I've played in.
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