Brayden Schenn (C)
2012-13 Season: Scored 2 goals on opening night 10/13/12 vs. Portland
Scored a goal and had 3 assists (4 points)10/28/12 at Syracuse
2011-12 Season: 12 goals in 54 games as a 20-year-old rookie with Philadelphia.
First career NHL goal was in Winter Classic vs. NY Rangers on 1/2/12
Began season with Phantoms and scored six goals and 12 points in just seven games.
Scored hat trick for Adirondack in just second game with team on 10/14/11 vs. Bridgeport.
Injuries sidelined him off-and-on at start of season.
2009-10 Season: Made his NHL debut with the Los Angeles Kings against Vancouver on November 26, 2009...Appeared in one game on a one-day NHL Regular Season ATO agreement...At the time was the third youngest player to appear in a game for the Kings...Recorded 99 points (34-65=99) and 55 penalty minutes in 59 games with the Western Hockey Leagueâ€™s Brandon Wheat Kings...Served as the Wheat Kingsâ€™ captain...Tied for fourth in points, fourth in assists, tied for sevent in plus/minus (+41) and first in shorthanded assists (seven) in the WHL...Named WHL First-Team All-Star...Collected 19 points (8-11=19) and two penalty minutes in 15 playoff games with Brandon, helping the Wheat Kings advance to the WHLâ€™s Eastern Conference Finals...Tied for seventh in points, tied for ninth in goals and tied for 15th in assists in the WHL playoffs...Registered six points (1-5=6) and four penalty minutes in five Memorial Cup games, helping Brandon (host city) advance to the championship game before losing to Calgary.
Career Highlights: Tallied 88 points (32-56=88) and 82 penalty minutes in 70 regular season games with Brandon during the 2008-09 seasonâ€¦Served as an alternate captain...Ranked seventh in points and ninth in assists in the WHLâ€¦Tied for second on Brandon in goals and plus-20 was fifth on clubâ€¦Named WHL Second-Team All-Starâ€¦Earned WHL and CHL Player of the Week honors in January 2009 (1-6=7 in two games)â€¦Awarded H.L. (Krug) Crawford Memorial Medal in January 2009 for athletic achievement in western Manitobaâ€¦Played in the CHL Top Prospects Gameâ€¦Collected 18 points (8-10=18) and 12 penalty minutes in 12 playoff games with Brandon, helping the Wheat Kings advance to the WHLâ€™s Eastern Conference Finalsâ€¦Tied for ninth in WHL in goals and pointsâ€¦Tied for 10th in WHL with plus-12...Recorded 71 points (28-43=71) and 48 penalty minutes in 66 regular season games with Brandon during the 2007-08 seasonâ€¦Led Brandon with 71 points and 43 assists (became first 16-year-old since 1971 to lead Brandon in scoring)â€¦Led WHL rookies in pointsâ€¦Ranked second among WHL rookies in goals and assistsâ€¦Named WHL Rookie of the Year (Jim Piggott Memorial Trophy) and to CHL All-Rookie Teamâ€¦Inaugural winner of WHL Fanâ€™s Choice Awardâ€¦Named Brandonâ€™s Rookie of the Year and Most Popular Player.
International: Earned a silver medal for Team Canada at 2010 World Junior Championships (6 games played, 2-6=8, plus-8) â€“ tied for third on club in assists and was one of four Kings to play for the team (Martin Jones, Brandon Kozun and Colten Teubert)â€¦Earned a gold medal for Canada at 2008 World U18 Championships (7 games played, 1-2=3) and 2008 Ivan Hlinka Memorial Tournament (4 GP, 3-4=7) â€“ served as an alternate captainâ€¦Earned a bronze medal for Team Canada West at 2008 World U17 Hockey Challengeâ€¦Represented the WHL in Canada-Russia Challenge in 2008-09 and 2009-10.
Transactions: Acquired from Los Angeles along with Wayne Simmonds for Mike Richards.
Selected by the Los Angeles Kings in the first-round (fifth overall) in the 2009 NHL Entry Draftâ€¦Signed a three-year entry-level contract with the Kings on March 4, 2010.