• 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”.
NHL Team: Toronto Maple Leafs NHL Player: Sidney Crosby Shootout move: "Fake shot to one hand" Goal celebration: "One knee windmill into a fist pump" Video game: NHL '09 Movie: Step Brothers TV show: Hockey Night in Canada Actor: Will Farrell Group: Nickelback Website: Facebook.com Pump up song: The remix of ACDC's "Thunderstruck" Home cooked meal: Steak Sport (other than hockey): Golf Activity away from the rink: Xbox Place to visit: Mexico