Luke Schenn D PHI 2 Days

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.

Luke Schenn D PHI 3 Days

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.

Luke Schenn D PHI 6 Days

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.

Luke Schenn D PHI 12 Days

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.

Luke Schenn D PHI 13 Days

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.

Luke Schenn D PHI 14 Days

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.

Luke Schenn D PHI 18 Days

Schenn scored his first goal of the season Tuesday, capping off a 4-1 victory over Edmonton.

He's not much of a point-getter, with just two this year and only 23 in the past two seasons combined, so don't look for Schenn to offer much fantasy value aside from his plentiful hits and blocks.

Luke Schenn D PHI 27 Days

Schenn has just one point in the first eight contests while sporting a paltry minus-7 rating.

The entire Flyers' defense has struggled, so the low rating isn't a fair assessment of the young defenseman's abilities. Nonetheless, until the Flyers can fix their defense, fantasy owners should be wary of starting him against high-powered offenses.

Luke Schenn D PHI 7 Months

Philadelphia hockey columnist Frank Seravalli says Luke Schenn was the Flyers' best defenseman in their first-round playoff series against the New York Rangers.

"The most glaring fact from the seven-game series (won by the Rangers) remains the most startling: the Flyers' best defenseman was . . . drumroll, please . . . Luke Schenn," Seravalli writes.

Luke Schenn D PHI 7 Months

Luke Schenn's second period goal was the winner as the Flyers beat the Rangers 4-2 Sunday.

It was only his second postseason appearance as Schenn spent the first four seasons of his career playing for Toronto and was dealt to the Flyers in the 2012 off-season. This season was the first time his team had played in the playoffs and he picked up his first goal in only his second playoff game. "It's nice," Schenn said. "Obviously, it's nice to contribute offensively. I try to take care of the D zone first, but it was nice to contribute. In playoffs, it doesn't matter who does it. Everyone's got to chip in."