If there is one salient element to produce itself over the last 17 days of this hockey season, it is the regression of LukeSchenn on the blue line. Schenn is currently sitting on a minus five for the season, and on Saturday night against the New York Rangers, Ron Wilson threw Schenn on the ice for only three shifts in the final period. Schenn was averaging about 20 minutes of ice time last year, This year he and is considered a top four defence man. The chemistry with Francois Beauchemin is not clicking and the young defenceman seems to be very indecisive. Some of the better forwards Schenn has opposed have highlighted some severe inexperience and confidence. The goal last night by Enver Lisen, underlinedáSchenn's complete lack of awareness.áLisen skated right behind him to knock in t ...
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