Brayden Schenn is a Canadian center on the Los Angeles Kings. He also plays with older brother Luke Schenn, whom is an elite defender
Schenn was drafted by the Kings with the 5th overall pick in 2009. The younger brother of Toronto defenseman Luke Schenn, Brayden played his junior hockey with the Brandon Wheat Kings in the WHL. He joined the Wheat Kings in 2007, scoring 28 goals and 71 points to win the WHL rookie of the year award. He led the Wheat Kings in scoring for the second straight season in 2008-09.
In his last year of WHL he was traded to his home-town Saskatoon Blades for a playoff run. They swept the first 2 team 4-0 before being swept 0-4 in the conference final.
Schenn played for Team Canada at a number of junior tournaments, winning gold medals at the 2008 Hlinka Tournament and the 2008 U-18 Championships.
Due to the Lockout season he currently plays in the AHL for the Adirondack Phantoms and recently wos the fans along with other Flyers prospect Sean Couturier.