Devils' Henrique Enduring Rough Stretch: Adam Henrique, who was a healthy scratch for Tuesday's win over Montreal, has three points in the last 18 games. (Updated 4/24/13)
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Much of Adam Henrique's struggle this season mirrored a 10-game losing streak by the Devils, but the kid has just three points in the last six weeks. He's a more talented player than these numbers show, but he had stretches of inconsistency after returning from a thumb injury that he suffered while playing in the AHL during the lockout. Good news is that he should be at a discounted price come next fall's drafts with a shot at hitting 20 goals and 55-60 points in a good year. (Updated 4/24/13).
04/15/2013 22:09 Maple Leafs outshot 32-13, but still shut out Devils
James Reimer made 31 saves, and Phil Kessel snapped a scoreless tie late in the third period to lift the Toronto Maple Leafs to a 2-0 victory against the New Jersey Devils on Monday night, despite recording only 12 shots.
Adam Henrique followed his solid 18-goal, 51-point rookie campaign with a solid playoff performance, notching two series-winning overtime goals in New Jerseys run to the Stanley Cup Finals. Henrique established himself as one of the top young players in the NHL last year and has even higher value in keeper leagues. Despite his solid numbers, Henrique finished the season with just three goals after the All-Star break and played most of the season between Zach Parise and Ilya Kovalchuk. Hell enter the season as one of New Jerseys top centers and should challenge 60 points even without Mr. Parise riding shotgun. Bump him up a few spots in keeper leagues. (Updated 8/14/12)