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By Charlie O’Connor (@THG_Charlie)
During the month of January, Brayden Schenn lost his spot on the Philadelphia Flyers’ top line, served a one-game suspension, and failed to score a single goal.
February has proven far more positive for the young forward.
Rebounding from his disappointing start, Schenn has quickly become Philadelphia’s hottest forward, with two goals and four assists in five February games. His season-best three point performance on Saturday against the Carolina Hurricanes moved Schenn into a tie for second on the team in scoring, and caught the attention of coaches and teammates alike.
“Brayden had a real good game for us,” coach Peter Laviolette said in his post-game press conference. “He used his speed and was able to help contribute offensively.”
Although Schenn was held off the scoresheet during Thursday night’s game against the Florida Panthers, he helped to create numerous scoring chances and showed strong chemistr...