Schenn (undisclosed) signed a one-year, $800,000 contract with the Lightning on Friday, Michael Russo of The Athletic reports.
Schenn was a key piece of the Lightning's Stanley Cup run, as he played 11 games during the postseason, posting two points, 34 hits and 18 blocked shots. The 2008 first-round pick only played 25 regular-season games with the big club, but he's trusted depth that will be important for the team to repeat next season.
Schenn (undisclosed) is not expected to suit up against the Stars for Game 6 on Monday, Joe Smith of The Athletic reports.
While it appears that head coach Jon Cooper is going to tinker with the lineup a bit, Schenn will still be unavailable; whether he's a healthy scratch or unfit to play is still unknown. The 30-year-old defenseman hasn't played since Game 1 against Dallas on Sept. 19.
Schenn (undisclosed) won't play in Saturday's game versus the Stars, Thomas Drance of The Athletic Vancouver reports.
Schenn will remain in the press box for a fourth straight game. It's unclear if he's dealing with an injury or if he's simply a healthy scratch.
Schenn (undisclosed) will not be available for Game 4 against the Stars on Friday, Joe Smith of The Athletic reports.
Schenn will miss his third consecutive contest following the Game 1 loss to Dallas. It's unclear if the 30-year-old is a healthy scratch or truly unfit to suit up. He'll be considered questionable for Saturday's Game 5.
Schenn (undisclosed) will not suit up in Wednesday's Game 3 matchup versus Dallas, Joe Smith of The Athletic reports.
Schenn missed Game 2 of the series with the undisclosed issue, and he's unfit to play in his second consecutive game. In his stead, the team will continue to roll with Jan Rutta in the lineup and Erik Cernak on the third defensive pairing.
Schenn (undisclosed) will not suit up for Monday's Game 2 contest against Dallas, Arpon Basu of The Athletic reports.
Schenn has served as the Lightning's seventh dressed defenseman for the last 11 games, racking up 34 hits and two assists during that span. It's unclear if the 30-year-old is unfit to play or if head coach Jon Cooper is simply trying to mix things up following the Game 1 loss.
Schenn produced an assist, three hits and two blocked shots in Monday's 8-2 win over the Islanders in Game 1.
Schenn had the secondary helper on Brayden Point's highlight-reel tally to open the scoring in the first period. With the Lightning using seven defensemen in recent games, Schenn has played in five straight contests. His assist Monday was his first point in that span, to go with 16 hits and a plus-1 rating.
Schenn has been a healthy scratch in three of the Lightning's last four games.
Schenn had been getting 11-13 minutes a game, but saw just 4:31 Thursday against Chicago. He has one goal and one assist in 24 games this season, but 79 hits in that span.
Schenn, who was waived by the Lightning on Jan. 17, will remain with the NHL team, Caley Chelios of the Lightning's official site reports.
The Lightning are carrying eight healthy forwards, so Schenn may be sent down to the AHL soon. The 30-year-old has posted one goal through 15 NHL contests, and he mainly plays on the bottom pairing when he cracks the lineup.
Schenn was placed on waivers by the Lightning on Friday, Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet reports.
Schenn has appeared in just two of Tampa Bay's last 19 outings, so his impending demotion to the minors shouldn't come as a surprise. Considering the defenseman notched just one point in 29 appearances, he will likely clear waivers, however a number of teams, including Columbus, Toronto and Winnipeg, are dealing with injuries on the blue line.
Schenn has played in just three games in the last three weeks and gone minus-5.
He's managed that negative feat in very limited ice time -- 8:44, 13:07 and 7:03. Schenn had slow feet when he arrived in Toronto after his draft selection. The pace of the game has only accelerated, so there's a strong chance the game has left him behind. Schenn has played 748 games across 13 seasons.
The Lightning recalled Schenn from AHL Syracuse on Wednesday.
Victor Hedman is considered questionable for Wednesday's game against New Jersey due to a lower-body injury, so Schenn will join the team as an insurance policy. He'll be returned to the minors as soon as Hedman is cleared to play.
Schenn was placed on waivers by Tampa Bay on Monday, Joe Smith of The Athletic reports.
Schenn was no doubt hoping to avoid time in the minors this season after logging 29 games in the AHL last year. Unfortunately, the 2008 fifth-overall pick couldn't secure a spot on the 23-man roster and appears destined for the minors again, barring a waiver claim. The blueliner's modest $700,00 salary and 734 games of NHL experience could get him a look from some of the league's other clubs.
Schenn signed a one-year, $700,000 contract with Tampa Bay on Monday, Joe Smith of The Athletic reports.
Schenn played in a mere 26 games for Vancouver and Arizona last season and failed to record a goal for the first time in his NHL career. The blueliner could find minutes a little easier to come by with the Lightning, though he shouldn't be expected to reach the 20-point mark, which he hasn't done since 2011-12 when he was with Toronto.
Schenn is expected to sign a one-year contract with the Lightning when free agency begins, Frank Seravalli of TSN.ca reports.
Schenn played in 18 games for the Canucks in 2018, registering two points and two assists over that stretch. Assuming the deal becomes official, Schenn would likely compete for playing time with Erik Cernak and Jan Rutta
Schenn picked up an assist during Thursday's victory over the Kings.
It was just Schenn's second point of the season, as he's only appeared in 22 games between Anaheim and Vancouver. The points will be a rare occurrence, as Schenn's value is purely in hits. He's racked up 88 of those, averaging exactly four per game.
Schenn delivered a career-high 12 hits in Sunday's 5-0 loss to the Blue Jackets.
Schenn's heavy performance is the 35th such game since 2005-06. He added two PIM and two blocked shots in the game. He only has a single assist to go with 77 hits in 20 contests this season.
Schenn drew an assist on Loui Eriksson's goal in Wednesday's 3-2 overtime win against Toronto.
The fifth overall selection in 2008 has not had the NHL career many felt he was destined for, as Wednesday saw Schenn record his first point of 2018-19. The 29-year-old is not ownable in any format.
The Canucks recalled Schenn from AHL Utica on Friday.
With Chris Tanev (leg) landing on injured reserve, the Canucks have summoned the services of another defenseman ahead of Saturday's game against the Sharks. There's nothing at this point to suggest another blueliner is dealing with an injury, so Schenn could end up as a healthy scratch.
The Ducks sent Schenn and a 2019 seventh-round selection to the Canucks in exchange for Michael Del Zotto on Wednesday, John Shannon of Sportsnet reports.
Schenn will likely be headed for the team's minor-league affiliate, as the Canucks are expected to use the open roster spot to activate Elias Pettersson (knee) off of injured reserve. The veteran blueliner should also provide some depth along the blue line in the event one of Vancouver's current defensemen goes down with an injury. This is especially relevant with the team trading from the position Wednesday.
|Last 7 Games|
|09/19||vs DAL||L 1-4||0||0||0||0||8:44|
|09/17||@ NYI||W 2-1 (OT)||0||0||0||0||11:11|
|09/15||vs NYI||L 1-2 (2 OT)||0||1||1||+1||14:52|
|09/13||@ NYI||W 4-1||0||0||0||+1||10:26|
|09/11||@ NYI||L 3-5||0||0||0||0||7:51|
|09/09||vs NYI||W 2-1||0||0||0||0||7:31|
|09/07||vs NYI||W 8-2||0||1||1||0||13:27|
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