Found October 27, 2011 on
Wow. Last night’s game is one where you take the tapes and throw them out. The 2nd and 3rd periods were downright awful to watch. There were too many defensive miscues, and puck possession was downright atrocious. Oh and to add insult to injury, Brayden Schenn has a broken foot. Plus side, the injury now allows Cooter to get more minutes. After the jump, a quick write up on tonight’s game.
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Blink and you might have missed Brayden Schenn in the Flyers lineup so far this season. The key piece to the Mike Richards deal, who just joined the Flyers 4 games ago, suffered a broken foot against the Canadiens on Wednesday and will miss 4-6 weeks. The Flyers placed him on LTIR and called up forward Zac Rinaldo and defenseman Erik Gustafsson.It is the second injury of the...
As I reported earlier on CSNPhilly.com, Brayden Schenn has a fracture of the left foot after blocking a shot from PK Subban on WED in Montreal.
I saw Schenn limping slightly coming out of the showers after the game but there was no hub-bub around him. PLayers frequently are limping after every game. The break wasn't found until this morning.
To make the callup moves of...
from Tim Panaccio of CSNPhilly, Brayden Schenn suffered a broken left foot in the Flyers’ ugly 5-1 loss to the Montreal Canadiens Wednesday night and could be out of the team’s lineup for a few weeks.
Schenn, who is believed to have been hit by a shot from P.K. Subban, was limping around the Flyers’ locker room after the game, but was not on crutches.
Peter Laviolette has had to make some tough decisions in the past few games regarding which rookie center to play on the 3rd line: Brayden Schenn or Sean Couturier.
His decision just got a lot easier.
The 20-year-old Schenn suffered a broken left foot in last night’s embarrassing 5-1 loss to the Montreal Canadiens to add injury to insult. Schenn will likely miss 2-3 weeks, although...
Just one week after being promoted from the American Hockey League to the Philadelphia Flyers, former first-round center Brayden Schenn suffered a broken left foot in Wednesday's 5-1 loss to the Montreal Canadiens.
The fifth overall pick of the 2009 draft, Schenn suffered the injury after blocking a shot by Montreal defenseman P.K. Subban. The 20-year-old left the Bell Centre...
With the team slumping - having lost three of the last four games – the Philadelphia Flyers announced today that they have made several roster moves.
Brayden Schenn, who was recalled from Adirondack just four games ago, sustained a broken foot last night when blocking a shot against the Montreal Canadiens. Schenn had not posted a point in the four games, and is tied for a...
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