Sportsnet "Philadelphia Flyers forward Brayden Schenn has been suspended three games for charging after his hit on T.J. Oshie of the Washington Capitals. The hit came in the second period of the Flyers’ Game 6 loss to the Capitals. Schenn left his feet and hit Oshie up high. Oshie had to leave the game..." April 26
TSN "Philadelphia Flyers forward Brayden Schenn will have a hearing on Tuesday with the NHL’s Department of Player Safety for a charging/illegal check to the head infraction on Washington Capitals forward T.J. Oshie." April 26
The Score "The Philadelphia Flyers would love to line up Alex Ovechkin with a big hit. Brayden Schenn, especially. The Washington Capitals superstar rocked Schenn into the Flyers' bench Saturday night, and Schenn hasn't forgotten - nor will he. "He took a run at me," Schenn said, according to NHL.com's..." April 17
Courier-Post "From press box to top line, Brayden Schenn is ready to return to the Flyers lineup. A healthy scratch Saturday against the Carolina Hurricanes, Schenn found himself alongside Claude Giroux and Jake Voracek in Monday’s practice. “It’s hard to figure out sometimes,” Schenn said of why he..." November 17
B, Schenn will not play tonight. Upper-body injury.
Pro Hockey Talk "Sure doesn’t sound like Brayden Schenn‘s in Philadelphia’s long-term plans. From the Courier-Post: “Brayden’s been OK,” [Flyers GM Ron] Hextall said. “It’s training camp. It’s early. … I think we all know where he is and what is and that he prefers to play the right side. We’ll see where it..." September 25
CSN Philly "It's been a busy week for Flyers general manager Ron Hextall. On Tuesday, Hextall signed Sean Couturier to a six-year, $25.98 million contract extension. Thursday night, the second-year GM inked Jakub Voracek to an eight-year, $66 million extension. With Brayden Schenn set to become a..." August 02
Philly.com "Good news on the Flyers’ medical front: Center Brayden Schenn, who was sent head-first into the boards after a vicious hit Tuesday, will play Thursday against visiting Columbus, and center Vinny Lecavalier had his best practice since injuring his back and said there was a “possibility” he could..." December 19