North American Skater
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||August 22, 1991
||Saskatoon, SK, CAN
• After helping Brandon to a third place finish in the Eastern Conference regular season, Schenn finished tied for ninth in playoff scoring with 18 points (8-10-18), including two game-winning goals in 12 games.
• For the second consecutive year, Schenn led his team in scoring (7th in the WHL) with 88 points (32-56-88) in 70 games, earning a spot on the WHL Second All-Star Team.
• Is the younger brother of Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman Luke Schenn. WHL opponents in 2007-08 and just 23 months apart in age, Luke was selected fifth overall in last year’s NHL Entry Draft. Luke commented on his relationship with his younger brother: “We play two different positions, he's a forward and more of a goal scorer; he leads the way for points. We're really close, I always keep in touch with him and like to know what's going on with him and Brandon.”
• In January, 2009 Schenn was awarded the H.L. (Krug) Crawford Memorial Medal for his athletic achievement in western Manitoba – the award, first presented in 1958 has been won by 16 former Brandon Wheat Kings including: Eric Fehr, Jordin Tootoo, Trevor Kidd, Ray Ferarro and Glen Hanlon.
• He won two gold medals representing Team Canada in 2008, first at the 2008 Under-18 World Championships and the second as an assistant captain at the Ivan Hlinka Memorial Tournament before earning an invite to the 2009 World Junior selection camp.
• Schenn was named the WHL Rookie of the Year (28-43-71) in 2007-08, after teaming up with fellow rookie linemates Scott Glennie (No. 7 ranked) and Matt Calvert (selected by Columbus, 127th overall in 2008) as one of the highest scoring rookie lines in recent WHL history (193 combined points). He became the first 16-year-old rookie since 1971 to lead Brandon in scoring.
• He first began skating on the outdoor rink at the age of five and his first hockey team was the Saskatoon Redwings of the Saskatoon minor hockey association.
• He wears number 10 after his childhood hockey hero Pavel Bure and credits his parents for having the biggest influence on his career – “they have always supported me”.
BRAYDEN SCHENN FOLLOWING IN BROTHER'S FOOTSTEPS
THE BROTHERS SCHENN
SCHENN BROTHERS ENJOYING STANDOUT SEASONS
Toronto Maple Leafs
"Fake shot to one hand"
"One knee windmill into a fist pump"
Hockey Night in Canada
Pump up song:
The remix of ACDC's "Thunderstruck"
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