In the rib-tickling Roberto Luongo-Cory Schneider sketch shown last week on TSN, one scene had Luongo running over and flattening Schneider with a golf cart as the latter stretched out on a hockey net.

Since then, Schneider has gone 6-0-0 with two shutouts and just six goals allowed. He’s stopped 160 of 166 pucks directed at him, not including three straight in the Columbus shootout victory. Based on Friday’s stats, Schneider was tied with Blue Jacket netminder Sergei Bobrovsky for the National Hockey League’s third-best save percentage at .926.

Needless to say, he is on a roll since Luongo “rolled” over him.

“Maybe that’s what I needed, you know, wake me up or something,” chuckled Schneider, who will make his seventh straight start Saturday night in Edmonton. “I hadn’t played for a while when we made that so maybe it was due anyway. I’ll have to have him run me over a few more times.”

Kidding aside, the 27-year-old from Marblehead, Mass., admits he is in that zone where every puck seems stoppable and most have been. He figures it’s one of the best segments of his career.