Luke Schenn

#52 D / Los Angeles Kings / EXP: 7YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 229 lb Age: 26 College: None

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  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to

    Kings' Luke Schenn: Moved to Kings

    Schenn was traded from the Flyers to the Kings on Wednesday, Elliotte Friedman of Hockey Night in Canada reports. Schenn was part of a three-player trade that sent both he and Vincent Lecavalier to the Kings in exchange for Jordan Weal and a third-round pick. Given the current depth along the blue line for the Kings, it's tough to speculate where Schenn will end up among the team's defensive pairings moving forward, but that should sort itself out over the next few days.

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    Flyers' Luke Schenn: Will return Saturday

    Schenn (ankle) will return Saturday to oppose the Blue Jackets, Sam Carchidi of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Schenn turned his ankle against the Jackets exactly two weeks ago, but evidently he has overcome the ailment and Flyers coach Dave Hakstol reportedly will put the 6-foot-2, 229-pound blueliner on the ice to help offset a Columbus lineup that is sizeable.

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    Flyers' Luke Schenn: Out two weeks with lower-body injury

    Schenn will miss two weeks with a lower-body injury. A two-week timetable would give Schenn a return date somewhere around the Flyers' Dec. 21 date with the Blues. This will break what has been a rough stretch for him, having no points a minus-7 rating in his last 10 games.

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    Flyers' Luke Schenn: Suffers ankle injury

    Schenn turned an ankle in Saturday night's loss to the Blue Jackets, CSN Philadelphia reports. The Flyers will provide an update Sunday in advances of Philadelphia's next game, Tuesday against the Islanders.

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    Flyers' Luke Schenn: Scores in loss

    Schenn potted his first goal of the season in Thursday's 4-1 loss to the Devils. In the spirit of brotherly love, Schenn was assisted by his brother Brayden Schenn on the goal. He also racked up three hits in just over 17 minutes of ice time. With four points on the season, he's off to a blazing start compared to his historical numbers. It's a surprising start given the very low expectations for him entering this season. Nonetheless, his 25% shooting percentage is likely to drop to realistic levels, along with his fantasy value.

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    Flyers' Luke Schenn: Grabs two helpers despite limited ice time

    Schenn skated only 12:13 in Tuesday's overtime loss to Buffalo, but tallied two assists. Unfortunately, some ugly turnovers kept Schenn's ice time quite limited and both helpers were of the secondary variety. However, he certainly deserves credit for the sharp pass that sprang Scott Laughton for what turned out be his brother Brayden's game-tying tally midway through the third period. Nonetheless, Schenn has quite limited offensive upside and has spent a lot of time in the press box early on this year.

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    Flyers' Luke Schenn: Scratched for Wednesday's game

    Schenn will be scratched for Wednesday's game against the Blackhawks, Sam Carchidi of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. That's now two scratches in a row for the extra D-man. After posting 14 points in 58 games last season, Schenn has found himself passed over for Radko Gudas.

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    Flyers' Luke Schenn: Scratched for Monday's game

    Schenn will be scratched for Monday's game against the Panthers in favor of Radko Gudas, according to Flyers head coach Dave Hakstol, Adam Kimelman of reports. Schenn is a depth option on the Flyers' blue line. He'll need to get consistent playing time before drawing interest in most fantasy league formats.

  • 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.
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