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VIDEO: Brayden Schenn to make Flyers debut Thursday night

Brayden Schenn, the fifth overall pick in 2009 by the Los Angeles Kings, is set to make his Philadelphia Flyers debut Thursday night after being involved in the Mike Richards trade this past summer.

The 20-year-old played eight games with Los Angeles last season, notching two assists with a minus-1 rating. He had eight points in four games in the american League this season before his call-up to the Flyers. Philadelphia is set to take on the Washington Capitals at home.



Chloe Primerano Becomes First Woman Skater Drafted to the WHL

Chloe Primerano, a 15-year-old defender from the Burnaby Winter Club U-15 team, has become the first woman skater drafted to the CHL after getting selected 268th overall by the Vancouver Giants.


The Colorado Avalanche Look Ready for the Next Level

Good teams find a way to win, and so far, that's exactly what the Avalanche have done.

2022 IIHF World Championship

Men's World Championship Roundup: Canada, Germany, USA, Czechia Shine

Canada is still perfect, Germany and USA earned shutouts and Czechia bounced back in a big way – and a fire spawned a lot of conversation – during Thursday's World Hockey Championship action in Finland.