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Schenn (lower body) will not play Wednesday against the Blackhawks,'s Adam Kimelman reports.

Schenn has yet to resume skating since suffering the lower-body injury in Thursday's game against the Flames. With the blueliner missing his second straight contest, Carlo Colaiacovo will maintain a spot on the Flyers' third defensive pairing.

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Schenn will miss Saturday's game against the Oilers due to a lower-body injury.

The Flyers' defensive ranks had become a bit crowded with the return of Michael Del Zotto earlier in the week, resulting in the team skating seven defensemen in Thursday's game against the Flames. Schenn's absence will make the lineup decisions a little easier for coach Craig Berube, but the absence of one of the team's most active hitters will be missed. Along with his 194 hits, Schenn has compiled three goals and 14 points while averaging just over 18 minutes of ice time in 58 games.

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Schenn potted his first goal in nearly two months in Tuesday's 2-1 loss to Dallas.

The goal marks just his third of the year. Schenn hasn't been productive in any fantasy categories this year, and with the Flyers' season all but over, he doesn't figure to have a major impact going forward.

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Schenn picked up a pair of assists and went plus-2 in a 3-1 win over the Blues on Thursday.

Sure, one was on an empty-netter, but hey, you won't find Schenn complaining after he notched multiple points in a game for the first time all season. Schenn's now got as many points (12) as he collected last year, so he's on a bit of a better pace, but his fantasy value is still largely restricted to deep leagues that count hits.

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Schenn (upper body) will play in Friday's game against the Sabres, Sam Carchidi of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.As expected, Schenn will miss just the one game, having been a late scratch for Tuesday's contest against the Canadiens. Carlo Colaiacovo will likely be a healthy scratch Friday night.

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Schenn (upper body) indicated he would return to the lineup Friday against the Sabres, Sam Carchidi of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.Schenn was a late scratch Tuesday against the Canadiens due to the injury, but demonstrated that it was just a minor ailment by participated fully in Thursday's practice. Carlo Colaiacovo will more than likely head to the press box to accommodate Schenn's return.

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Schenn will be scratched for Tuesday's game against the Canadiens due to an upper-body injury.The Flyers are calling Schenn's injury a day-to-day ailment. Carlo Colaiacovo will replace him on the Flyers' third pairing for at least Tuesday's contest. Schenn has two goals and six assists in 43 games this season.

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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.