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2 months agoSt. Louis Blues forward Brayden Schenn scored a pair of first-period goals Monday night, including one with the man advantage. Schenn led all Blues forwards with two goals and three shots, despite logging only 16:08 minutes of ice time, which was his third-lowest usage of the season. The slightly limited minutes is more likely a function of holding a three-goal lead after the first period than anything else as Schenn has been very productive with five points in his last three games and 31 points on the season. That production has also been very consistent as Schenn has gone more than two games without a point only once so far this season. His methodical production makes him more valuable in weekly formats than daily contests, but regardless, he should be owned in all but the most shallow leagues.--Russ Ivanac - RotoBaller
Source: NHL.com

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