Schenn scored a goal in Wednesday's 3-2 loss to the Canadiens. The Blues, thanks to Schenn's marker, tied the game with less than four minutes to play in the third period, only to give up the game-winning goal on a botched breakout attempt with 11 seconds remaining. Despite the result, the goal gave Schenn six points on the season and the Canadian forward remains one of St. Louis' primary point producers.
Schenn found the net in the second and third period, with the second goal coming on the power play in a 4-3 overtime loss to Chicago on Saturday. Schenn needed to get going, and he has in his past two games, posting three assists Thursday and getting his first goals of the season Saturday. Schenn is a solid all-around contributor and should be a consistent play in your lineup now that he's off the schneid.
Schenn dished out three assists -- two on the power play -- to go with two shots on goal and one hit during Thursday's 5-3 win over the Flames. Schenn was pointless through the first two games, but he turned it around in the third contest. It was the second power-play unit that was effective this time around, as David Perron scored a goal on each of Schenn's assists. Schenn continues to be a solid fantasy play, especially in leagues that value hits since he racked up 154 last season to rank second on the team.
Schenn recorded an assist and a plus-2 rating in Friday's 3-1 preseason win over the Stars. Schenn hasn't lost his chemistry with linemate Jaden Schwartz, feeding him for the game-winning goal just 90 seconds into the third period. The two have been testing out right wingers throughout preseason, with David Perron, Samuel Blais and Jordan Kyrou as the frontrunners.
Schenn compiled 28 goals and 70 points -- both career highs -- in 82 games this season. After being traded from Philly to St. Louis, Schenn found immediate chemistry with winger Jaden Schwartz, and the two often were placed on a line with natural goal scorer Vladimir Tarasenko to form a scary top line. Before the season, it was speculated that Schenn's game was geared towards the power play and he would struggle at even strength, but the 26-year-old pivot only had 19 points on the man advantage this campaign. To add to his diversified play, Schenn dished out 154 hits, ranking second on the Blues and proving himself a leader on this team with two years left on his contract.
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