Schenn netted the overtime-winning goal Sunday against the Hurricanes. Schenn scored for the third time in four games, giving him 22 tallies on the season. The 25-year-old has come through with a clutch six game-winning goals and been a force with the man advantage. Four straight seasons around the 20-goal mark make him a reliable scorer worth rolling out in most leagues every night.
Schenn registered two assists (one with the man advantage), a minor penalty and four hits during Wednesday's win over Pittsburgh. While it was the 10th multi-point showing from Schenn this season, his 20 goals and 45 points represent a slight decline from last year's numbers. Additionally, his minus-24 rating is a significant anchor. Thankfully, Schenn is still moving the needle in the power-play points (27), PIM (36) and hits (171) columns. If you can stomach the plus-minus hit or that category isn't included in your league, Schenn remains a solid asset.
Schenn scored a second-period goal during Wednesday's loss to Washington. Outside of his minus-19 rating, Schenn is having another solid fantasy campaign. He's posted 19 goals, 39 points and 128 shots with 38 PIM and 156 hits, which makes him a solid cross-category contributor in the majority of seasonal settings. He's also now scored in three consecutive games, and there is no reason to expect him to suddenly stop tipping the scales across all categories.
Schenn scored the game-winning goal Sunday against Vancouver. Schenn struck on the power play for the second consecutive night, giving him a whopping 14 tallies with the man advantage this season. His 38 points are nothing special, but Schenn is approaching the 20-goal mark and has been an absolute machine on the power play this season. The 25-year-old skates on the top line with Wayne Simmonds and Claude Giroux and is valuable in most fantasy formats.
Schenn potted a power-play goal and added an assist Thursday in Edmonton. Thirteen of Schenn's 17 goals have come with the extra man. He continues to be absolutely abhorrent at even strength, as his minus-1 rating in this one brought the 25-year-old forward's season total to minus-20. That career-low mark represents a major step back after Schenn finished with a positive rating for the first time in his career at plus-3 last season.
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