Schenn will draw into the Canucks lineup after Gudbranson was traded to Pittsburgh.
Schenn will make his Canucks debut after they tried Erik Gudbranson to the Penguins. Schenn has put up solid numbers in the AHL (1G / 4A in seven games) but has just 15 points (2G / 13A) in his last 150 NHL games.
The Canucks have recalled Luke Schenn from Utica (AHL).
Schenn played in eight games with the Ducks earlier this season but has been in the AHL since being traded to the Canucks. Since the trade, Schenn, who is not known for his offence, has five points (1G / 4A) in seven games. He should make his Canucks debut on the weekend with both Chris Tanev and Alexander Edler out.
The Canucks acquired Luke Schenn and a 2019 seventh-round pick from the Ducks for Michael Del Zotto.
Schenn has appeared in just eight games with the Ducks this season and heads to Vancouver where he will likely serve as an extra defenseman.
The Ducks have signed Luke Schenn to a one-year deal worth $800K.
The Coyotes signed Luke Schenn to a two-year deal worth $2.5 million ($1.25M AAV).
Schenn, 26, started the 2015-16 season in Philadelphia before being traded to Los Angeles in the Vincent Lecavalier deal. Schenn finished the season with four goals and 12 assists (16 points) in 72 games. Schenn adds depth to the Coyotes’ blueline, where he will likely battle with Kevin Connauton for the last spot in the opening night lineup.
The Kings have acquired Luke Schenn and Vincent Lecavalier from the Flyers in exchange for Jordan Weal and a 2016 3rd round pick.
Schenn has just five points (2G / 3A) in 29 games with the Flyers this season. The 26-year-old has never been known for his offence, registering a career-high of 22 points in 2010-11 and 2011-12. He should slot in on the Kings’ third pair.
Schenn will miss two weeks with a lower-body injury.
Source: @NHLFlyers 12/6/15, 9:41 am EST
Schenn in; Manning out.
Schenn has been a healthy scratch for the last three games, but he will be reinserted into the lineup tonight in Boston. He will replace Brandon Manning, who struggled on Tuesday vs. the Stars. Schenn has zero points, one shot on goal a and a minus-2 rating in two games.
Schenn will be a healthy scratch on Monday.
Schenn was a minus-3 in the Flyers 7-1 blowout loss to the Panthers on Saturday, so it is no surprise to see him come out tonight. He will be replaced by Radko Gudas, who will be making his Flyers debut.
Source: Dave Isaac 10/12/15, 9:26 am EST
Schenn (lower-body) is expected to miss the rest of the season.
Schenn has missed the last three games and now it appears he will miss the remaining six as well. Schenn finishes the season with 14 points (3G / 11A) in 58 games this season.
Schenn (lower-body) will not play on Saturday.
Schenn (upper-body) will be back in the Flyers lineup on Friday.
As expected, Schenn will return after a brief one game absence. He will replace Carlo Colaiacovo in the lineup tonight in Columbus. Schenn has just eight points (2G / 6A) in 43 games this season.
Schenn (upper-body) is expected to play on Friday.
Schenn missed Tuesday’s game with an upper-body injury, but was on the ice for practice on Thursday and indicated after that he expects the be back in the lineup Friday in Columbus. With Schenn likely returning, Carlo Colaiacovo is expected to sit.
Schenn (upper-body) was a full participant in Thursday’s practice.
Schenn was a late scratch from Tuesday’s game due to an upper-body injury. His participation in practice today suggests that he could be in the lineup on Friday in Columbus.
Schenn is day-to-day with an upper-body injury.
Schenn was scratched from Tuesday’s game with an upper-body injury and is listed day-to-day. There was no word of an injury prior to Tuesday’s game, but he was replaced by Carlo Colaiacovo in the lineup.
Schenn in; MacDonald out.
Schenn has served as a healthy scratch in three of the last four games, but he will be back in tonight for Andrew MacDonald. He will be paired with Michael Del Zotto. Schenn has one goal, two assists and a minus-8 rating in 30 games.
Source: Dave Isaac 01/8/15, 6:05 am EST
Schenn (upper-body) will play on Thursday.
Schenn missed the last three games with an upper-body injury but will be back in the lineup tonight vs. the Wild. Schenn will replace Carlo Colaiacovo and will likely be paired with Andrew MacDonald, who will also return to the lineup.
Schenn (upper-body) will not play on Wednesday.
Schenn will miss his third straight game with an upper-body injury he suffered on November 8th. He was on the ice for today’s morning skate, but still won’t play. He is listed as questionable for Thursday’s game vs. the Wild.
Schenn (upper-body) is ahead of his two-week timetable.
Schenn was injured in the Flyers win over the Avs on Saturday and was given a two-week timetable to return. He was on the ice prior to the Flyers practice on Tuesday and is ahead of schedule in his return.
Schenn will miss two weeks with a shoulder injury.
Schenn suffered the shoulder injury on a hit from Avs’ forward Nathan MacKinnon, who was ejected on the play. MacKinnon will not be suspended, but the injury to Schenn re-opens the door for Carlo Colaiacovo to return to the lineup after being a healthy scratch on Saturday.
Source: @NHLFlyers 11/9/14, 8:38 am EST