• Expected to play Thursday

    News: Luke Schenn will be in the Flyers' lineup when they open the season Thursday, according to Sam Carchidi of the Philadelphia Inquirer.
    Analysis: Luke Schenn was expected to be a healthy scratch, but will be in the lineup while Radko Gudas sits. Schenn will likely be paired with Evgeny Medvedev, who garnered praise throughout the preseason.
  • Expected to be healthy scratch for opener

    News: Luke Schenn will be a healthy scratch for Thursday's season opener, reports Tim Panaccio of CSN Philadelphia.
    Analysis: Luke Schenn figures to be the Flyers' seventh defenseman, and he'll miss quite a few games as a result. Barring any injuries, he doesn't currently have any fantasy value.
  • Flyers' L. Schenn To Have Surgery Thursday

    News: Luke Schenn is slated to undergo abdominal surgery Thursday, Sam Carchidi of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
    Analysis: The Flyers had already announced over the weekend that Luke Schenn would miss the remainder of the season, so the disclosure of surgery doesn't do much to help fantasy owners at this point. The 25-year-old defenseman will finish his seventh NHL season with 14 points (three goals) over 58 games.
  • Flyers' Schenn Likely Done For Season

    News: Luke Schenn (lower body) is unlikely to play again this season.
    Analysis: With the Flyers out of playoff contention, there's no reason to rush Luke Schenn back, so his campaign looks done, with the 25-year-old blueliner having recorded 14 points and 18 PIM in 58 games for the team.
  • Flyers' L. Schenn To Miss Another Game

    News: Luke Schenn (lower body) will not play Wednesday against the Blackhawks, NHL.com's Adam Kimelman reports.
    Analysis: Luke Schenn has yet to resume skating since suffering the lower-body injury in Thursday's game against the Flames. With the blueliner missing his second straight contest, Carlo Colaiacovo will maintain a spot on the Flyers' third defensive pairing.
  • Flyers' L. Schenn Out With Lower-Body Injury

    News: Luke Schenn will miss Saturday's game against the Oilers due to a lower-body injury.
    Analysis: The Flyers' defensive ranks had become a bit crowded with the return of Michael Del Zotto earlier in the week, resulting in the team skating seven defensemen in Thursday's game against the Flames. Luke Schenn's absence will make the lineup decisions a little easier for coach Craig Berube, but the absence of one of the team's most active hitters will be missed. Along with his 194 hits, Schenn has compiled three goals and 14 points while averaging just over 18 minutes of ice time in 58 games.
  • Flyers' L. Schenn Scores In Loss

    News: Luke Schenn potted his first goal in nearly two months in Tuesday's 2-1 loss to Dallas.
    Analysis: The goal marks just his third of the year. Luke Schenn hasn't been productive in any fantasy categories this year, and with the Flyers' season all but over, he doesn't figure to have a major impact going forward.
  • Rare Multi-Point Effort For Flyers' L. Schenn

    News: Luke Schenn picked up a pair of assists and went plus-2 in a 3-1 win over the Blues on Thursday.
    Analysis: Sure, one was on an empty-netter, but hey, you won't find Luke Schenn complaining after he notched multiple points in a game for the first time all season. Schenn's now got as many points (12) as he collected last year, so he's on a bit of a better pace, but his fantasy value is still largely restricted to deep leagues that count hits.
  • Flyers' Schenn Back In Lineup

    News: Luke Schenn (upper body) will play in Friday's game against the Sabres, Sam Carchidi of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
    Analysis: As expected, Luke Schenn will miss just the one game, having been a late scratch for Tuesday's contest against the Canadiens. Carlo Colaiacovo will likely be a healthy scratch Friday night.
  • Flyers' L. Schenn On Track To Play Friday

    News: Luke Schenn (upper body) indicated he would return to the lineup Friday against the Sabres, Sam Carchidi of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
    Analysis: Luke Schenn was a late scratch Tuesday against the Canadiens due to the injury, but demonstrated that it was just a minor ailment by participated fully in Thursday's practice. Carlo Colaiacovo will more than likely head to the press box to accommodate Schenn's return.