No, if the most basic fundamental principle of a team getting a win is to score more than your opponent, Schneider isn't even 1% "to blame for the loss" considering 0 goals were scored.
I was being facetious with the percentages, but we agree on the fundamentals. Yet people (possibly you, but I won't put words in your mouth) don't want to apply that to Brodeur. That's what's frustrating and annoying. Yesterday is actually a perfect example the more I think about it... you can argue that if you put Brodeur in net last night, or any of the other games this season, that the score is 3-0 or 4-0 instead of 1-0, but the simple fact of the matter is exactly as you stated, if you don't score, you lose, plain and simple. THAT is where the blame lies this year.