8:22 PM EST, Sat February 06, 2016

Canadiens vs. Flyers second period thread

The Habs trail 2-1 heading into the second period. The Habs gave up the first goal of the game on a man-disadvantage, with Wayne Simmonds potting home the tail end of a perfect tic-tac-toe with Brayden Schenn and Jakub Voracek. Ryan White went after Dale Weise after Max Pacioretty hit Chris VandeVelde. The Canadiens went down 17-9 in shot attempts after the ensuing four-on-four ended. The Flyers got another powerplay, with Max Pacioretty sent off for interfering with Sam Gagner. Brayden Schenn won the faceoff and ended up finishing the play to put the Flyers up 2-0 six seconds after their...
Broad Street Hockey Feb 1, 2016

Philadelphia Flyers Microstat Tracking (through January 27)

Interested in a glimpse of the Philadelphia Flyers' zone entry and exit performance thus far this season? We have the numbers right here. Microstat Tracking is a new feature that attempts to quantify the performance of the Philadelphia Flyers in the offensive, neutral and defensive zones. All statistics are manually tracked by Charlie O'Connor. The last round of metrics can be found here. Zone Entries - Forwards Player Total Entries Controlled Entry Percentage Entries Per 60 Jakub Voracek 275 58.55% 25.01 Brayden Schenn 166 54.22% 17.95 Wayne Simmonds 229 51.53% 22.51 Sean...
Japers' Rink Jan 27, 2016

Capitals vs. Flyers Second Period Thread

It was a long time coming, but with the drop of a non-emblizzarded puck, Karl Alzner officially became the Washington Capitals' franchise record-holder for consecutive games played (423). To put that in perspective, that's the equivalent of over FIVE STRAIGHT SEASONS of grueling, punishing hockey without missing a game. Congrats, Iron Man. You earned it. Brayden Schenn got the scoring started five minutes into the period. Ryan White made it 2-0 Flyers nine minutes later, pounding home a one-timer in the slot off of a beautiful, pinpoint-perfect pass from...Evgeny Kuznetsov? White scores...
philly.com Jan 16, 2016

Flyers notes: Lundqvist recovers, stymies Flyers again

Henrik Lundqvist remained on one knee for a moment, looking on in almost bewilderment as the Flyers celebrated an early lead. The New York Rangers goaltender was caught on the wrong side of the net as Sean Couturier sent a pass across the crease to Brayden Schenn, who fired it home less than four minutes into the first period.
Jewels From The Crown Jan 8, 2016

Postgame/Rank the Players: Lecavalier & Schenn Chip In, Kings Win

Lecavalier and Schenn make tangible contributions, Carter returns to score the game-winner, and the rest of the Kings return to form.
Broad Street Hockey Jan 6, 2016

Brayden Schenn happy for brother Luke after Flyers trade him to 'contending team'

"You don't realize how good it is until it's taken away from you," he said about playing with his brother. The Flyers traded both Vincent Lecavalier and Luke Schenn to the Los Angeles Kings on Wednesday night. While Vinny probably won't be very missed here in Philadelphia, Luke's little brother Brayden Schenn is still here, so one of the the immediate questions was how Brayden was taking the news. Well, the Flyers website caught up with him shortly after things were officially announced, video of which you can see above. Two big things here. One: Luke's going to L.A. and it's the style...

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