The longest running question this season – Where will Brayden Schenn be playing his next game? – has been answered.
As reported here yesterday, the Brandon Wheat Kings have officially traded him to the Saskatoon Blades.
Having already played with four different teams this season (the Kings, Manchester Monarchs, the Wheat Kings and Team Canada), Schenn now [...]
It’s been talked about for weeks and it looks like it may have finally happened…
Unlike most NHL trade rumors – which usually don’t end up coming to fruition- this speculation appears like it’s about to see the light of day…
Reports say Brayden Schenn has just been traded by the Brandon Wheat Kings (WHL) to his hometown Saskatoon Blades.
Forty games into the season the Kings were supposed to be near the top of the Western Conference. They entered the season with high expectations after a return to the playoffs last year and were thought to be a much better team than the Blue Jackets – who most predicted would be near the bottom [...]
It looks as though a new team may possibly be in on the Brayden Schenn sweepstakes.
As reported here, there is strong speculation that Schenn will be traded by the Brandon Wheat Kings prior to Monday’s WHL Trade Deadline – with the front runners believed to be the Portland Winterhawks and his hometown Saskatoon Blades.
Stories out of Saskatoon [...]
In the video below LA Kings prospect Brayden Schenn talks about his recent shoulder injury, trade rumors, the gold medal game vs. Russia, breaking Team Canada’s points record at the World Junior Championships and more…
Video courtesy of Global Saskatoon.
For updated trade rumors and likely scenarios involving Schenn’s WHL status, click here.
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Let’s take a quick trip around the North American rinks and see what’s going on with some of the Kings prospects…
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– Derek Forbort (D, 2010 first round pick), fresh off winning the bronze medal with Team USA at the World Junior Championships in Buffalo on Wednesday, returns to the line-up tonight for the [...]
The NHL’s trade season is nearly upon us and with it begins the wild speculation from fans and media alike.
Let’s just try to mix in a little logic every once and awhile for good measure.
First off, Brayden Schenn isn’t being traded straight up for Tomas Kaberle. Come on Leafs fans, seriously.
Ignoring bigger deals that could [...]
Brayden Schenn will be leaving the World Junior Championship later today with another medal to add to his collection.
It could be gold.
However, if the Russian team can somehow wrestle that away from Canada, it will be silver for the second year in a row.
Schenn’s only other remaining item of business at the WJC is to [...]
Could the Kings be headed to next year’s Winter Classic?
More on that in a minute, first up a DVR alert.
Early Saturday morning (5am PST) the NHL Network will air an encore presentation of what many consider to be the first outdoor game played by two NHL teams.
Played on September 27, 1991 in Las Vegas, [...]
When is the right time to cut bait with a prospect?
Kings GM Dean Lombardi has openly said he probably waited a year too long with Brian Boyle, in terms of getting maximum trade value.
It’s just so tough though. When a kid hasn’t even played a full season – or probably two – in the NHL, [...]