"It was nice to see the 'D' contribute and score some goals," said Schenn, who faced his brother Brayden with their parents in attendance. "It was an all-around enjoyable night. The second period it was pretty loud and energetic and those are the type of games you want to play in."
"It's not something you see all the time," Schenn said. "You see a D-man go in there, you're probably not going to win too many of them."