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Schenn was all over the ice for the Flyers in Tuesday's win over the Penguins, nabbing a goal and dishing out five hits in his 22:13 of ice time.

He would also get in a fight with the Pens' Steve Downie, resulting in a trip to the locker room for the latter. Schenn's toughness on the Flyers' back end isn't anything new, but his improved scoring output of late is a more startling development. He's registered a point in three consecutive games, after tallying just one goal and three assists over his first 35 games.

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Schenn collected a helper and finished plus-3 in Tuesday's win over Minnesota.

Schenn broke a 14-game scoring drought with the assist. The defenseman has never been a prolific scorer, but he's on pace for his worst season points-wise. His current minus-7 rating doesn't help his case either. If you have other defensive options, employ them.

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Schenn will return to the lineup Thursday against the Devils, Sam Carchidi of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

Schenn had been a healthy scratch for the Flyers in each of the last two games, but he'll draw back in to replace Michael Del Zotto. With a team-worst minus-12 rating over 20 games, Schenn will need to step up his game in order to avoid a more permanent stay in the press box.

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Schenn is expected to be a healthy scratch for Wednesday's game against the Red Wings, Sam Carchidi of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

With Michael Del Zotto, Andrew MacDonald and now Braydon Coburn simultaneously healthy, it looks like Schenn will be squeezed out of the lineup as a result. The deployment to the press box might not become routine for Schenn, but of the team's eight blueliners, it looks like Schenn, Nick Schultz and Carlo Colaiacovo will be competing for one lineup spot every game.

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Schenn (upper body) will return to the lineup Thursday against the Wild, John Boruk of CSNPhilly.com reports.

The Flyers will lose one defenseman to injury (Michael Del Zotto), but will be getting two back with Schenn and Andrew MacDonald returning from multi-game absences. The duo are expected to form a pairing together, with Schenn assuming more of the stay-at-home role of the two.

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Schenn (upper body) won't play Wednesday against the Rangers, Sam Carchidi of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

Schenn was on the ice for the Flyers' morning skate, but it appears he still has a little more work to do before team doctors sign off on his return to the lineup. He hasn't been ruled out from rejoining the lineup for the second game of the back-to-back Thursday against the Wild, but Saturday's game against the Blue Jackets probably represents the more realistic target date.

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Schenn (upper body) practiced with the team Monday, Tim Panaccio of CSN Philadelphia reports.

With the Flyers off until taking on the Rangers on Wednesday, it would be reasonable to expect Schenn to return to the lineup. The blueliner has a goal and an assist in 14 games on the season.

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Schenn (upper body) skated prior to Tuesday's practice, Sam Carchidi of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

Schenn's skating session likely just amounts to an attempt to stay conditioned while he missing the next two weeks with an injury. He'll likely gradually work his way to participating in non-contact practice after skating on his own for the next several days.

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Schenn (upper body) will be out approximately two weeks.

Schenn left Saturday's game with what was reported as a shoulder injury, and now will miss an extended period of time. Andrew MacDonald and Carlo Colaiacovo would both be candidates to receive more ice time in his absence.

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Schenn left Saturday's game against Colorado with a left shoulder injury and will not return, Tim Panaccio of CSN Philadelphia reports.

Schenn is considered day-to-day for now until we learn more about the nature of the injury. The Flyers have some time off before they next hit the ice Friday against the Blue Jackets.