Brayden Schenn C PHI 4 Months

Schenn scored twice in Saturday's loss to the Canadiens. He now has a five-game, seven-point scoring streak on the go.

He has 10 points in his last nine games after putting up just three in the previous seven. His slow start is behind him, so make sure you've got him slotted into your lineup.

Brayden Schenn C PHI 4 Months

Schenn scored a goal and picked up five PIM for fighting in Saturday's 4-3 win over Colorado.

Schenn now has five points in his last five games. Fantasy owners should be mindful of his home/away splits. In eight home games, Schenn has eight points and is plus-3. In his six road games, he's got just two points and is even. Use him accordingly.

Brayden Schenn C PHI 4 Months

Schenn notched the primary assist on the Flyers' first two goals in Thursday's 4-1 victory over Florida.

Schenn started the year fairly cool, but has warmed to the task over his last six, having posted a point per game in that span. The season numbers don't jump off the page at you right now, but he's still got as much upside as anyone in the league.

Brayden Schenn C PHI 4 Months

Schenn collected an assist in Thursday's loss to Tampa Bay.

That's three points in three games after Flyers' coach Craig Berube publicly dissed the center. The fire seems to have been lit. He'll look to make it four in a row when the Flyers face the Panthers in Florida tomorrow.

Brayden Schenn C PHI 4 Months

Schenn's third goal of the year -- an unassisted tally -- was the overtime winner Tuesday against the Kings.

Sweet, sweet revenge for Schenn, who was taken fifth overall in the 2009 NHL Draft by Los Angeles and initially broke into the league as a King before being traded in the Mike Richards deal. He's tallied five points in nine games to start the year, which is a bit slower than the pace his fantasy owners hoped to see.

Brayden Schenn C PHI 4 Months

Schenn collected his fourth point of the season scoring the go-ahead, power-play goal in Saturday's 4-2 win over Detroit.

As we noted previously, Schenn hasn't been getting warm vibes from coach Craig Berube, so this clutch goal certainly helps. He's on pace to match his 41 points from last season, so he can certainly add value to squads in deeper leagues.

Brayden Schenn C PHI 5 Months

Flyers' Coach Craig Berube said he expected 'quick and stronger' play from the 23-year-old Schenn, reports Tim Panaccio of CSN Philadelphia.

Schenn was shifted to right wing prior to Saturday's loss to Montreal. He collected his first point in the game, though he also saw his ice time reduced from the first two games. Schenn posted 41 points in a full season last year, so he can certainly produce. With Lecavalier out for at least two weeks, though, he'll now be adjusting to a new center, Pierre-Edouard Bellemare, in addition to his new position.

Brayden Schenn C PHI 8 Months

The Philadelphia Flyers have signed Brayden Schenn to a two-year/$5 million contract.

Schenn will earn $2.25 million in 2014-15 and $2.75 million in the final campaign of the deal. He was set to become a restricted free agent this summer. Schenn has the potential to make this contract look like a steal, but he hasn't exactly lived up to that potential yet and under the circumstances, this seems like a fair agreement for both sides. Schenn had 20 goals and 41 points in 82 games in 2013-14.

Brayden Schenn C PHI 9 Months

Brayden Schenn is eligible to become a restricted free agent on July 1.

GM Ron Hextall has made the signing of Schenn his top priority but he and Schenn's agent Don Meehan, have yet to connect to discuss a contract. "I have not talked to him as of yet, but hopefully in the next few days we'll have our first discussion," Hextall said. "Brayden's our top priority in terms of wanting to get a guy signed, but there's no real timeline there where you say this has got to happen by July 15 or July 30. It's something that who knows how long it could go on." Schenn had 20 goals and 41 points in 2013-14 but is capable of a lot more.

Brayden Schenn C PHI 9 Months

Getting Brayden Schenn under contract is a top priority for new Flyers GM Ron Hextall.

"Brayden Schenn would be our first priority," Hextall said Wednesday. "But he's restricted, so there's not a timeline there where you say, 'It's going to be done by this time.' Brayden's a good young player, and we'd like to get him under contract as soon as possible. But again, there's timelines there. It might be training camp, it might be July. I really can't say. But obviously he's a priority. When you're looking at our cap space, we've got to save some room." Schenn completed his entry-level deal this past season. He recorded 20 goals and 41 points in 82 games.