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
Luke Schenn will be a healthy scratch tonight vs. New Jersey.
Schenn has one goal and a minus-7 rating in 12 games this season. Hal Gill will make his Flyers debut with Schenn taking a seat.
Luke Schenn will play tonight.
Schenn sat out the Flyers last game because of the flu but he will be back in the lineup tonight when the Flyers take on the Devils. Schenn is a solid defensive defenseman, so he is a much more useful hockey player than he is fantasy player.
Appears Luke Schenn will be a scratch for the Flyers.
Late news on Schenn being scratch. He has the flu.
Source: Dan Rosen 03/13/13, 3:37 pm EST
Lombardi and Schenn look to be out tonight.
Schenn draws out after a notably poor game last night. He has two goals and 19 points in 64 games.
Confirmed, Luke Schenn returns to the lineup
Look for Schenn to pair with Jake Gardiner tomorrow. The former 5th overall pick scored two goals and 17 points in 56 games this season.
Scribes in EDM for Oilers-Leafs will correct me if I am in error, but hearing some chatter that Luke Schenn will be scratched tonite.
After playing on the top pairing last night, Schenn is a healthy scratch. He has two goals and 17 points in 56 games.
Schenn moves up to play with Phaneuf.
Schenn will start tonight's game on the top defensive pairing. He has two goals and 17 points through 55 games.
Looks like Schenn will pair with Phaneuf as the Leafs try to spark their prized d-man. He has a goal and 13 points in 44 games this season.
Luke Schenn and Nazem Kadri will be the scratches tonight
Schenn is a healthy scratch tonight with Jake Gardiner getting back in the lineup. The Saskatoon, Saskatchewan native has a goal and 13 points in 43 games.
Luke Schenn to return to the lineup.
Schenn gets back into the lineup after missing the last game. No word on who he replaces but it is likely one of Jake Gardiner or Cody Franson.
Franson in, Schenn out.
Schenn only has three assists through 13 games and is likely useless in fantasy hockey leagues that don't count hits and blocked shots. If you own him, bench him tonight.
The Star’s Kevin McGran reports that the deal is for five years and $18 million, with an annual cap hit of about $3.5 million.
Schenn should continue his rugged play, hitting everything that moves. While he is not known for his offensive side, the 21-year-old has improved his counting stats in each of his three seasons. If your league format counts hits, blocked shots or shots on goal, Schenn should have some niche fantasy hockey value.
Source: The Star 09/16/11, 6:37 am EST