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MAR 30, 11:41a ET | Tom Canavan
Rotowire: Jun 4 / 2:42p ET
News: Henrique has about four-to-six weeks left to go in his rehab from April surgery on his left wrist, Tom Gulitti of The Record reports.
Impact: Henrique has been pleased with how he's progressed thus far from the procedure, and looks well on his way to being ready to go for training camp. The 25-year-old didn't take the leap forward offensively the Devils desperately needed this season, but if the team can add some higher-quality snipers to its top-six ranks during the offseason, Henrique could develop into a 50- or 60-point player in 2015-16.
Rotowire: Apr 20 / 3:22p ET
News: Henrique underwent surgery last Thursday to repair two ligaments in his left wrist, Tom Gulitti of The Record reports.
Impact: Henrique expects to shed his cast and begin rehabbing the injury in 4-to-6 weeks, before then requiring another 4-to-6 weeks of testing out the wrist before receiving clearance for contact. The Devils believe Henrique will be ready to go for training camp, allowing him to enter the 2015-16 season at full health. The 25-year-old was expected to take a dramatic step forward this past season after posting 43 points in 2013-14, but he ended up delivering the exact same scoring total. The wrist injury likely factored into that plateau, as Henrique indicated he had been bothered by the ailment since late December.
Rotowire: Apr 9 / 10:30p ET
News: Henrique notched a pair of assists -- one on the power play -- Thursday in a loss to the Lightning.
Impact: The multi-point effort snapped a nine-game slump for Henrique in which he'd managed just a single assist and a horrendous minus-9 rating. He's also now matched last year's 43 points in three fewer games (74). It ain't much, but it plays in deeper formats.