VIDEO: Brayden Schenn to make Flyers debut Thursday night

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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.


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