Source: Brayden Schenn Spurns Flyers' 2-year Offer, Wants $5.5 Million

It looks like the Flyers and Brayden Schenn are heading towards arbitration. 

According to a source, the Flyers and Brayden Schenn are at odds over the length and structure of Schenn's next contract.

Schenn reportedly turned down a two-year deal worth $4.25 million in the first year of the deal and $4.369 million in the second year, according to Flyers Insider Tim Panaccio, also noting that Schenn is looking for a deal in the range of $5.5 million for the upcoming season.

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Schenn is coming off a career year, setting career-highs in goals (26) and points (59), and is now looking to cash in on his best season to date. Last season, Schenn earned $2.75 million.

General manager Ron Hextall has repeatedly said he believes a deal will get done, but at the moment nothing looks imminent.

Schenn's arbitration hearing is scheduled for Monday.

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