Yeah, that Brayden Schenn… he’s good

Canada's Brayden Schenn celebrates his goal against Sweden during the first period of a world junior hockey exhibition game in Toronto on Tuesday, Dec. 21, 2010. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Nathan Denette)

Brayden Schenn is rocking the World Junior Championships for Team Canada. On Wednesday, the Kings prospect potted four goals against Norway. Schenn has been phenomenal during these WJCs, and Kings’ fans are salivating over when he’ll be donning the Kings’ Crown again.

• TSN.ca: Schenn scores four as Canada dominate Norway

Schenn showed his mastery again in the second period, beating Volden just 44 seconds into the frame to record the hat trick. The last player to score three goals in one game at the world championship was Edmonton Oilers rookie Taylor Hall, who netted three against Slovakia in 2009.

• The Hockey News: Canada improves to 3-0 with 10-1 win over Norway at WJC

It was another lopsided affair in Buffalo, N.Y., Wednesday night, as Brayden Schenn continued his world junior domination with four goals as Canada routed Norway 10-1.

• NHL.com: Record-breaking night for Canada in 10-1 win over Norway

Meanwhile, Schenn, who has 5 goals and 10 points in his last two games, tied Lemieux (1983 against Norway) and Gagne (1999 against Kazakhstan) for most goals in one game at the WJC. Schenn finished with 4 goals and 5 points — he had 1 goal and 5 points in a 7-2 victory over Czech Republic on Tuesday.

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