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Brayden Schenn talks about big hit

Brayden Schenn was back at practice today after taking a big hit along the boards from the Capitals' Tom Wilson.

Brayden Schenn talks about big hit

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The Flyers´ Brayden Schenn. (Yong Kim/Staff Photographer)
The Flyers' Brayden Schenn. (Yong Kim/Staff Photographer)

Brayden Schenn was back at practice today after taking a big hit along the boards from the Capitals' Tom Wilson.

"It was a little tough to watch last night," Schenn said. "I don't think I've ever had a hit like that where the top of my helmet hits the boards like that. More than anything I just think I got lucky."

Schenn never underwent a concussion test, said he immediately felt fine in the locker room.

"That's up for the league to decide," Schenn said when asked if Wilson should be suspended.

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"I don't think the hit was intentional or that he tried to hurt me."

The two also fought in the Flyers' 7-0 loss to the Capitals on Nov. 1.

Schenn said he isn't sure when he'll be able to play again. He had a little neck soreness today but otherwise felt fine.  He said he had no headaches and no concussion symptoms.

 

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