Schenn (upper-body) will return to the Blues lineup on Wednesday.
Schenn has missed the last six games with an upper-body injury but skated on the top-line in Tuesday’s practice and will play Wednesday in Anaheim. Schenn was red-hot before getting hurt, picking up 15 points (2G / 13A) in his last 14 games.
Source: Jim Thomas 03/5/19, 12:34 pm EST
Schenn will miss both games for the Blues weekend back-to-back.
Schenn missed Thursday’s game in Dallas and will miss both games on the weekend. Schenn remains day-to-day.
Source: Lou Korac 02/23/19, 2:57 pm EST
Schenn is day-to-day with an upper-body injury.
Schenn was not on the ice for Thursday’s morning skate and he will not play in Dallas. Jaden Schwartz moved to the top line and Robert Thomas skated on the second line with Schenn out.
Schenn (upper-body) will be back in the Blues lineup on Friday.
Despite being placed on IR on Thursday, Schenn will play tonight in Vegas. Schenn’s move to IR was retroactive to November 3rd, so he is eligible to be activated before tonight’s game. Schenn is expected to skate on a line with Tyler Bozak and Robby Fabbri and returns to the lineup with nine points (3G / 6A) in 12 games this season.
The Blues have placed Brayden Schenn (upper-body) on IR.
Schenn has missed the last four games with an upper-body injury, so his movement to IR was just to create a roster spot to recall Sammy Blais before they head to Vegas and San Jose. Schenn is expected to miss both of those games, but is eligible to return whenever he is healthy.
Source: Lou Korac 11/15/18, 5:36 pm EST
Schenn (upper-body) will remain out on Wednesday.
Schenn will miss his fourth straight game on Wednesday, which means that Robert Thomas will continue to play an elevated role. Monitor Schenn’s status as he heads into the back-to-back on Friday and Saturday.
Schenn (upper-body) will not play on Friday.
Schenn will miss his second straight game with an upper-body injury, which means Ryan O’Reilly will centre the top line and Robert Thomas and Robby Fabbri will play expanded roles.
Schenn (upper-body) is questionable for Friday.
Schenn missed Tuesday’s game vs. the Hurricanes, but was back on the ice for Thursday’s practice. Despite centring the second line today, Schenn remains questionable for Friday’s game vs. the Sharks.
Schenn (upper-body) is questionable for Tuesday.
Schenn suffered and upper-body injury on Saturday and missed Monday’s practice. Blues head coach Mike Yeo listed Schenn as questionable for Tuesday’s game vs. the Hurricanes. Ryan O’Reilly moved up to the top line with Schenn not on the ice this morning.
Source: Lou Korac 11/5/18, 1:27 pm EST
The Blues have acquired Brayden Schenn from the Flyers for Jori Lehtera, the No.27 overall pick and a conditional 2018 1st round pick.
Schenn has served his suspension and will make his season debut on Thursday.
Schenn’s three-game is done and he is set to return to the Flyers’ lineup on Thursday. Schenn is coming off of a career-year and will take his spot on the Flyers’ top line with Claude Giroux and Wayne Simmonds back from Michael Raffl, who was injured last night.
The Flyers signed Brayden Schenn to a four-year contract extension worth $20.5 million ($5.125M AAV).
The Flyers and Schenn avoid arbitration by getting this deal signed. Schenn is coming off of a career-year, notching 26 goals and 33 assists (59 points) in 80 games. In the 2016 calendar year, Schenn was among the best fantasy forwards, collecting 44 points (19G / 25A) in 46 games from January-to-April—he had just 15 points (7G / 8A) in the first 34 games of the season. Schenn might not turn into a point-per-game player during the 2016-17 season, but he might be able to top 60 points for the first time in his career.
Schenn (head) is on the ice for warmups; expected to be in the lineup.
Schenn (head) will be a game-time decision on Saturday.
Schenn suffered a head injury in the Flyers loss to the Oilers on Thursday and is listed as a game-time decision for Saturday’s game vs. the Blue Jackets. Schenn has been on fire recently, collecting seven goals and six assists (13 points) in his last 11 games.
Source: Dave Isaac 03/5/16, 9:44 am EST
Schenn will be a healthy scratch on Saturday.
Schenn has just one goal in his last eight games and only seven points (5G / 2A) in 15 games this season. The Flyers will get Pierre Edouard Bellemare back tonight, which is why Schenn comes out. Expect him to be back in the lineup next week.
Brayden Schenn had 2 goals Saturday versus Montreal.
Schenn now has 13 points in 16 games
Source: Nhl.com 11/15/14, 6:24 pm EST
Schenn will skate on the Flyers top-line with Claude Giroux and Jakub Voracek.
When Scott Hartnell was traded this summer, the big question was "who will fill that spot on the Flyers top line?" There were four candidates, Brayden Schenn, Wayne Simmonds, Matt Read and R.J Umberger. For now, that spot will belong to the 23-year-old Schenn. He had 20 goals and 21 assists (41 points) in 2013-14 and now has even more upside playing with one of the leagues top setup men.
Source: Dave Isaac 10/8/14, 7:55 am EST
Schenn (neck) will play tonight against the Blue Jackets.
Schenn suffered a neck injury when he was nailed from behind by Capitals' forward Tom Wilson on Tuesday. Schenn skated this morning and will be in the lineup tonight. He has four assists in his last six games and has a total of seven goals and 12 assists (19 points) in 34 games.
Flyers' B. Schenn injured, will be re-evaluated Wed.
We won't know any further updates on Schenn until later today. The hit looked painful, however, so if you are riding Schenn, you may want to look to the wire.
Philadelphia Flyers forward Brayden Schenn has been suspended one game for his hit on defenceman Anton Volchenkov during Tuesday's game against the New Jersey Devils.
Make sure to leave Schenn on the bench tomorrow if you have a full roster
Source: TSN 01/23/13, 1:05 pm EST