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via Jon Rosen of LA Kings Insider,
Jonathan Quick, on whether he felt he was pushed into the net:
No, I know I was. I didn’t ‘feel.’ I know. So that should be no goal. I don’t know how that goes upstairs and still they get it wrong. I don’t know the excat ruling on that because they seem to change it every year, but usually you’re not allowed to push a goalie into the net, so I don’t know. Maybe they changed it again on us.
Darryl Sutter, on whether the call on the ice was correct:
They have the right to review it, so whether it was or not, it doesn’t matter whether I think if it’s correct or not correct. It really has no bearing on anything. He was safe at third and he was out at home.
Quick received a 10 minute game misconduct penalty after the goal was ruled good, watch below...
via the Philadelphia Flyers,
The Philadelphia Flyers announced today that the club has agreed to terms on a multi-year contract extension with center Brayden Schenn, according to general manager Ron Hextall.
Per team policy, no financial terms were disclosed.
From the NHL's Department of Player Safety:
Washington Capitals defenseman Dmitry Orlov will have a phone hearing Monday for his hit on Philadelphia Flyers forward Brayden Schenn during the third period Sunday at Verizon Center.
Orlov, who scored two goals in the game, was assessed a major penalty for boarding at 9:33 of the third.
The following grounds for the proposed supplemental discipline are being considered: boarding. However, the Department of Player Safety retains the right to make adjustments to these infractions accordingly upon further review.
The Flyers won in overtime, 5-4.
Here's the play in question:
via Dave Isaac of the Courier-Post,
Brayden Schenn’s night ended more than a period early after a hit threw him head first into the boards.
Washington’s Tom Wilson hit Schenn, who had the puck and turned to the boards, with 4:44 remaining in the second period. Schenn went flying and the crown of his helmet was the first thing to make contact with the boards behind the Flyers’ goalline.
Wilson was given a 5-minute major for boarding, another five minutes for fighting Nick Grossmann and a game misconduct.
Schenn tried to get off the ice under his own power, but fell three different times before trainer Jim McCrossin could get to him and help him off the ice.
Watch the hit below...
NEW YORK (Dec. 13, 2013) - Philadelphia Flyers forward Brayden Schenn has been fined $2,230.77. the maximum permitted under the CBA, for cross-checking Chicago forward Kris Versteeg in NHL Game No. 471 in Chicago on Wednesday, Dec. 11, the National Hockey League's Department of Player Safety announced today.
The incident occurred at 13:25 of the second period. No penalty was assessed to Schenn on the play.
The fine money goes to the Players' Emergency Assistance Fund.
Carl Hagelin tries to turn Schenn into a soprano.
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Schenn went to the box with a 2 minute penalty for charging.
The Devils broadcast vdeo can be watched below...
Brendan Shanahan explains...
For this hit last night, no penalty on the play.
from Lance Hornby of the Toronto Sun,
Luke Schenn has a natural inclination to watch out for his kid brother Brayden.
And while that task would be a lot easier if both were on the same bench for the Philadelphia Flyers, that’s not quite the close proximity that Luke is thinking of right now. While gainfully employed by the Maple Leafs, there continues to be speculation Luke will somehow join Brayden in orange and black by the Feb. 27 trade deadline, if not elsewhere.
Something with the Leafs and Flyers was cooking a few weeks ago for forward James van Riemsdyk, before the Flyer winger suffered a concussion. He remains out of their lineup, while Philly is still looking for depth on defence after losing Chris Pronger.
For Thursday at least, the Schenns will be on opposite sides of the Wells Fargo Center. The six-foot, 200-pound Brayden’s place on the Flyers was unclear in the first meeting back in November.
“Knock on wood, he’s playing (regularly) there now and he’s healthy,” Luke said. “That’s good to see. I’m excited to be going down there and looking forward to having dinner with him (Wednesday night).”
note 11:55pm, The original title was a human error by me, I had Toronto instead of Philadelphia. Sorry for getting Leafs fans excited.
Kovalchuk landed a right to the face of Schenn, brining him to his knees.
No penalty on Rinaldo
. My mistake, he did get 2 for tripping.
On the receiving end is Steve Kampfer.
Chris Kelly took exception to the hit and both he and Schenn received five for fighting and Kelly picked up an additional two for unsportsmanlike conduct.
Pretty good game, scored tied at three with about three minutes left in the middle period.
Brayden Schenn is the victim.
via the Philadelphia Flyers,
Flyers general manager Paul Holmgren made a statement concerning the injury status of defenseman Chris Pronger:
While Chris’ knee is improving, he has struggled with other issues that are concussion-like symptoms. Chris will see Dr. Joe Maroon and Dr. Mickey Collins on Wednesday, December 14th in Pittsburgh for further evaluation. Chris will be out indefinetly.
Holmgren also addressed the status of rookie forward Brayden Schenn, who has missed the last two games due to an upper-body injury.
Brayden reported “not feeling himself” on December 5th. Our doctors believe he has a mild concussion. Brayden will be out indefinitely.
from Tim Panaccio of CSNPhilly,
Brayden Schenn suffered a broken left foot in the Flyers’ ugly 5-1 loss to the Montreal Canadiens Wednesday night and could be out of the team’s lineup for a few weeks.
Schenn, who is believed to have been hit by a shot from P.K. Subban, was limping around the Flyers’ locker room after the game, but was not on crutches.
from Darren Dreger of TSN,
Sources say Philadelphia Flyers forward Brayden Schenn has been informed he will be temporarily assigned to the AHL and the motivation behind this move is 100% cap specific.
Schenn’s contract, negotiated by the Los Angeles Kings will pay him $900,000 this year, plus $850,000 in entry level ‘A’ bonuses for a total of $1.75 million, however Schenn has substantial ‘B’ bonuses included in his deal that would be very cap unfriendly to the Flyers.
From James Mirtle at the Globe & Mail:
What’s rare is two sets of brothers, both on different teams, all coming together in the same game.
Tonight in Toronto, the Maple Leafs will dress Phil Kessel and Luke Schenn in order to get them into the preseason lineup against their brothers, Philadelphia Flyers prospects Blake Kessel and Brayden Schenn, a situation that’s creating a bit of a stir leading up to the game.
Leafs coach Ron Wilson said Schenn requested before the season started that he be allowed to play in this game.
“He was texting, calling me all day, to find out if I’d heard [if I was playing],” Luke Schenn said of his younger brother, who he faced once in the WHL four years ago when they were 18 and 16. “Even though it’s an exhibition game, there’s no question it’s a dream come true.”
More NHL brothers facing off tonight. From NHL.com:
When the Winnipeg Jets host the Columbus Blue Jackets in a split-squad game at 7 p.m., the Jets will have defenseman Zach Bogosian looking to shut down brother Aaron Bogosian, a forward for Columbus.
In that same Jackets-Jets game—the first one in Winnipeg in 15 years—brothers Kris and Ryan Russell will be playing together. Jonathan and David Toews will also share a bench as the Chicago Blackhawks visit the Edmonton Oilers.
Welcome to the Flyers, Brayden Schenn.
An organization that was once barren with top end prospects suddenly finds itself with two legitimate blue-chip pivots down the middle of the ice. And even though both Sean Couturier and Brayden Schenn represent the future of the franchise, Schenn is the one likely to be counted on for the more immediate impact - and rightfully so.
I have to admit, of all the guys the Flyers have recently acquired, Schenn is the one I knew the least about. My initial reaction to him being penciled into the third-line center role was slight disappointment. I thought his cap hit ($3.110 million due to bonuses) might be more justified by a more experienced player in that position. Also, I wondered if it would be good for his long-term development to be in a role that he isn’t necessarily suited for, especially since he was just traded for the guy he is ultimately in line to replace.
Well that time of year has arrived again!
No, not Santa Claus bringing home the goods.
No, this is better, well at least for one international hockey team that can wrest World Junior Hockey Gold from its opponents.
I’d love to hear any predictions on who will win gold.
In the meantime, I hope everyone has a great holiday season with their loved ones!
Head Coach: Keith Allain
Key Players: Chris Kreider, Nick Leddy, Kyle Palmieri, Ryan Bourque
Last Years Result: Gold Medal Win over Canada
Head Coach: Jost Richard
Key Players: Nino Niederreiter, Benjamin Conz, Sven Bartschi, Inti Pestoni
Last Year’s Result: Lost to Sweden in the Bronze Medal Game
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from Rich Hammond of Inside the Kings,
Brayden Schenn seems to have won the first-annual ``Oscar Moller Award,’’ given to the young player who generates the most surprising buzz in training camp. Schenn is still a longshot to make the team, but considering he didn’t even turn 18 until late August, he is doing quite well for himself in his first camp. Schenn talked the other day about his training-camp experience…
``It’s pretty much what I thought it would be,’’ Schenn said.