The Ducks signed Adam Henrique to a five-year extension worth $29.125M ($5.825M AAV).
Henrique will make his Ducks debut on Friday.
After being acquired from the Devils on Thursday, Henrique will draw right into the Ducks lineup tonight. The Ducks did not do line rushes at their morning skate so there is no word who he will play with in his debut. Head coach Randy Carlyle did add that Henrique will see some power play time but wasn’t sure if he’ll use him on the penalty kill right away.
The Ducks have acquired Adam Henrique, Joseph Blandisi and a 2018 3rd round pick from the Devils for Sami Vatanen and a conditional draft pick.
The Ducks are extremely thin at centre with Ryan Getzlaf and Ryan Kesler both sidelined with injuries, so adding Henrique will help them down the middle immediately. Henrique is two years removed from 30 goals and 20 assists (50 points) and has registered four goals and 10 assists (14 points) in 24 games this season. He was averaging 18:15 TOI/GM with the Devils and could see even more playing time in Anaheim while Getzlaf and Kesler are out. He is an interesting waiver add as he should see top line minutes alongside Corey Perry and should see plenty of PP time as well.
Henrique (lower-body) will be back in the Devils lineup on Tuesday.
Henrique has missed the last two games with a lower-body injury, but will be back in the lineup tonight in Buffalo. Henrique has 13 goals and 10 assists (23 points) in 28 games and should be activated in all formats tonight vs. the Sabres.
Henrique (lower-body) will not play on Sunday.
Henrique will miss his second straight game with a lower-body injury that he suffered on Tuesday in Toronto. The injury is not considered to be serious, so he remains day-to-day and has a chance to return to the lineup next week.
Henrique (lower-body) will not play on Friday vs. Detroit.
Henrique (upper-body) will play on Tuesday.
Henrique missed Saturday’s game, but will be back in the lineup tonight vs. the Penguins. With Henrique back in the lineup and Scott Gomez signing with the team yesterday, Michael Ryder will be the Devils’ healthy scratch.
Source: Rich Chere 12/2/14, 7:54 am EST
Henrique (upper-body) did not practice Monday but will travel with the team on their two-game road trip.
Henrique missed Saturday’s game after suffering an upper-body injury on Friday. He didn’t skate this morning, but that won’t stop him from traveling to Pittsburgh on Tuesday. That is a positive sign that the injury is minor, but there is still no word on when he will return to the lineup.
Source: Rich Chere 12/1/14, 7:05 am EST
Henrique (upper-body) will not play on Saturday.
Henrique suffered the upper-body injury on Friday vs. the Red Wings. He will be replaced by Damien Brunner in the lineup tonight vs. the Isles. He has recorded two goals and three assists in his last five games, so this is a tough loss for the Devils.
Adam Henrique is likely to be in the Devils' lineup
Henrique practiced today and will be a gametime decision Tuesday.
Adam Henrique resumed skating this morning. Henrique has missed 5 games with a lower body injury. A return may be around the corner.
Henrique has 9 points in 12 games this season
Source: Rich Chere 11/15/14, 9:40 am EST
Henrique will not play Thursday because of an undisclosed injury.
Henrique suffered an undisclosed injury in Tuesday's game and will sit tonight against the Blues. Mike Sislo has been recalled from Albany and will slide into the lineup for Henrique.
Source: Tom Gulitti 11/6/14, 7:28 am EST
Henrique (upper-body) will not play Saturday.
Henrique left Friday's game early and did not return. He will not play tonight vs. Carolina. He will be replaced by Damien Brunner on the second line.
Source: Rich Chere 04/5/14, 2:54 pm EST
Henrique has five-game goal scoring streak.
Friday night, Henrique extended his goal scoring streak to five by potting two goals against the Red Wings in a 7-4 loss. He has tallied seven goals and two assists with a plus-5 rating in his last five contests.
Source: @NHLDevils 03/8/14, 3:56 am EST
Henrique (hand) will play on Friday.
Henrique was injured on Tuesday, but practiced today and will play tomorrow. He has 25 points (13G / 12A) in 51 games this season.
Devils general manager Lou Lamoriello said there would be no update today on center Adam Henrique, who was struck in the hand with the puck late in the second period of Tuesday’s 7-1 win over the St. Louis Blues.
“We’ve got the day off and we’ll know tomorrow morning,” Lamoriello said. Henrique recorded a goal in 10:50 before exiting the game and not returning. He has been heating up recently, he has seven goals and four assists (11 points) in his last 13 games.
Henrique (lower-body) is available for tonight's contest with the Canadiens.
Henrique left early and did not return after being injured in Monday's game in Montreal. Henrique who has had a slow start to the season, does have a three game point streak going right now (1G / 2A). He is available, but not officially in the lineup as of now.
Source: Tom Gulitti 12/4/13, 5:33 am EST
Devils forward Adam Henrique joined the team’s growing list of injured players when he sat out the third period Monday with what the team is calling a lower-body injury.
Henrique appeared to hurt his leg when he became tangled with Canadiens defenseman Alexei Emelin and fell behind the Montreal net with 2:29 left in the first period. He tried to play through it in the second period, but could not.Henrique was unsure if he’ll be able to play in Wednesday night’s rematch with the Canadiens at Prudential Center. "We’ll see," Henrique said. "We’ll just kind of take it a day at a time here. We’ll see how I feel [today] and go from there."
Source: Tom Gulitti 12/3/13, 7:26 am EST
The Devils signed Henrique to a 6-year, $24-million contract.
The 23-year-old forward had a great rookie year in 2011-12 when he posted 51 points (16 G, 35 A) in 74 games. However he was only able to muster up 16 points in 42 games in the lockout shortened season. With the departure of Ilya Kovalchuk, the Devils needed to re-sign Henrique. He should be considered as a good bounce back candidate heading into the 2013-14 season.
Urbom in tonight. Tallinder out. Sullivan, Josefson in. Henrique, D'Agostini out.
In the event that you have Henrique on your team, make sure to leave him on the bench tonight.