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2023 156.251.9 24 27 51 9 16:50
2022 103.51.7 22 16 38 -8 18:10
2021 116.52 19 23 42 -2 17:24
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  • Oilers' Adam Henrique: Re-ups with Edmonton

    Henrique signed a two-year, $3 million AAV deal with the Oilers on Monday, Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet reports. Henrique scored 24 goals and 51 points in 82 total regular-season games with the Ducks and Oilers last season. He also added seven points in 17 playoff contests. The veteran forward figures to slot in as Edmonton's third-line center behind Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl. Henrique scored 65 goals in 202 games over the last three years.
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  • Oilers' Adam Henrique: Tallies in Game 6 win

    Henrique scored a goal, went plus-2, added two hits and blocked two shots in Friday's 5-1 win over the Panthers in Game 6. Henrique has three points over his last four games -- he's helped the Oilers pull back from a 3-0 deficit in the series. The forward remains in a third-line role with minimal power-play time, but he's been effective as a two-way skater during the playoffs. For the postseason, he's picked up seven points, 12 shots on net and 50 hits over 16 appearances.
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  • Oilers' Adam Henrique: Lights lamp in Game 4

    Henrique scored a goal, doled out five hits and blocked two shots in Saturday's 8-1 win over the Panthers in Game 4. Henrique's tally at 7:48 of the first period ended up being the game-winner in the blowout. The 34-year-old has a point in each of the last two contests, and he's up to six points, nine shots on net, 48 hits and a plus-1 rating through 14 playoff outings. Henrique is likely to remain in a third-line role for the remainder of the Stanley Cup Finals, as head coach Kris Knoblauch likely won't adjust the lineup much if the Oilers keep winning.
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  • Oilers' Adam Henrique: Pockets helper in loss

    Henrique registered an assist and five hits in Thursday's 4-3 loss to the Panthers in Game 3. Henrique has struggled to make an impact this postseason, earning five points, eight shots on net, 43 hits and an even plus-minus rating over 13 contests. He missed time with an ankle injury and has often been stuck on the third line when healthy. Given the Oilers have lost three straight games, he could get moved into a top-six role for Game 4 on Saturday, but he's unlikely to see enough ice time to make him an intriguing option for DFS.
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  • Oilers' Adam Henrique: Garners assist

    Henrique recorded an assist in Friday's 3-1 win over the Stars in Game 5. Henrique has a goal and an assist over three games since he returned from an ankle injury. The 34-year-old forward is up to four points, seven shots on net, 30 hits and an even plus-minus rating through nine playoff appearances. The Oilers have found success with him on the third line, so it's unlikely his role will change heading into Game 6 on Sunday.
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  • Oilers' Adam Henrique: Scores in return

    Henrique scored a goal and added four hits in Monday's 5-3 loss to the Stars in Game 3. Henrique missed seven games with an ankle injury and returned to a third-line role, playing 13:41 in this contest. He scored a goal late in the second period to tie the game at 3-3, but the Oilers' offense stopped there. Henrique has three points, five shots on net, 26 hits and an even plus-minus rating through seven playoff appearances. He's played in a variety of spots in the Oilers' lineup -- if the team continues to struggle, he may be moved from third-line center to a top-six spot on the wing.
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  • Oilers' Adam Henrique: Good to go Monday

    Henrique (ankle) will play Monday in Game 3 against Dallas, Tony Brar of Oilers TV reports. Following a seven-game absence, Henrique will replace Ryan McLeod in the lineup for Monday's contest. The 34-year-old Henrique has generated one goal, one assist, four shots on net and 22 hits in six appearances this postseason. He will probably occupy a middle-six spot and see power-play time on the second unit in his return to action.
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  • Oilers' Adam Henrique: Close to return

    Henrique (ankle) is very close to being available to return to the lineup, Mark Lazerus of The Athletic reports. The Oilers hope to have Henrique back in action against Dallas for Monday's Game 3 or Game 4 on Wednesday. Henrique participated in pregame warmups before missing his seventh straight contest in Saturday's 3-1 loss to the Stars in Game 2. He has registered one goal, one assist, four shots on net and 22 hits in six appearances this postseason. The 34-year-old forward will probably occupy a middle-six role and see time on the second power-play unit once he receives the green light to return.
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  • Oilers' Adam Henrique: Unavailable Saturday

    Henrique (ankle) isn't expected to play in Game 2 against Dallas on Saturday, Kurt Leavins of the Edmonton Journal reports. Henrique participated in pregame warmups but wasn't involved in line rushes. That suggests he is likely close to returning despite not being quite ready yet. The 34-year-old forward has a goal and an assist in six contests this playoffs. Henrique might receive a middle-six spot and have a role on the power play once he's healthy.
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  • Oilers' Adam Henrique: Game-time call

    Henrique (ankle) will be a game-time decision for Game 2 against Dallas on Saturday, according to Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet. Henrique, who missed the last six games, participated in Saturday morning's skate. He has produced one goal, one assist, four shots on net and 22 hits in six outings this postseason. If Henrique receives clearance to play, the 34-year-old forward could occupy a middle-six role and see time on the second power-play unit.
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  • Oilers' Adam Henrique: Won't play Thursday

    Henrique (ankle) won't be in the lineup Thursday for Game 1 versus the Stars, per Daniel Nugent-Bowman of The Athletic. Henrique will miss his sixth game in a row. The 34-year-old has a goal and an assist through six playoff games after picking up 24 goals and 51 points in 82 regular-season appearances between Edmonton and Anaheim. Consider Henrique day-to-day at this time.
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  • Oilers' Adam Henrique: Not playing Monday

    Henrique (ankle) will not suit up for Game 7 against Vancouver on Monday, Ryan Rishaug of TSN reports. Henrique will miss his fifth straight contest Monday, and he dressed in just one game this series. The veteran forward scored two points in Game 1 against the Kings during the first round but has not scored a point in five straight appearances. His status for the next round -- if Edmonton wins Game 7 against the Canucks -- is unclear at this time.
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  • Oilers' Adam Henrique: Unavailable Saturday

    Henrique (ankle) will not play Saturday against the Canucks, Jason Gregor of Sports 1440 Edmonton reports. Henrique has missed all but one game this series, but it does sound like he's nearing a return. However, Edmonton is facing elimination in Game 6 on Saturday. Henrique has two points with four shots on goals through six postseason contests. Should the Oilers force a Game 7, he'll have until Monday to get healthy enough to play.
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  • Oilers' Adam Henrique: Drawing close to return

    Henrique (ankle) will miss Thursday's Game 5 against Vancouver, but he is close to returning, Brendan Batchelor of Sportsnet 650 reports. Henrique also wasn't in the lineup for Edmonton's previous two contests. He has a goal and an assist in six playoff outings this year after finishing the regular season with 24 markers and 51 points across 82 appearances. His next opportunity to play will be in Game 6 on Saturday.
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  • Oilers' Adam Henrique: Won't play Tuesday

    Henrique (ankle) won't play Tuesday in Game 4 against the Canucks, per Tony Brar of Oilers TV. Henrique will miss his second straight contest. He has picked up one goal, one assist, four shots on net and 22 hits in six outings this postseason. The 34-year-old forward had 24 goals and 51 points in 82 appearances between the Oilers and Ducks during the 2023-24 regular season.
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  • Oilers' Adam Henrique: Ruled out Sunday

    Henrique (undisclosed) won't play Sunday in Game 3 against Vancouver, Tony Brar of OilersTV reports. Henrique saw 11:38 of ice time in Game 2 on Friday after missing Game 1 with a lower-body injury -- likely the same injury that will sideline the veteran forward Sunday. Henrique has a goal and an assist in six postseason games, both coming in the opening contest of Edmonton's first-round matchup with the Kings. Connor Brown will reenter the lineup in Henrique's absence.
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  • Oilers' Adam Henrique: Back in action

    Henrique (lower body) is in Friday's lineup for Game 2 against Vancouver, Oilers play-by-by announcer Jack Michaels reports. Henrique will return to the lineup after missing Game 1 against the Canucks with a lower-body issue. He tallied two points in Game 1 against the Kings last round but hasn't scored a point in four games since. Henrique is expected to skate in a top-six role Friday.
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  • Oilers' Adam Henrique: Remains day-to-day

    Henrique (lower body) is questionable for Game 2 against Vancouver on Friday, per Daniel Nugent-Bowman of The Athletic on Thursday. Henrique was described as "day-to-day" by coach Kris Knoblauch. The 34-year-old missed Wednesday's 5-4 loss to Vancouver due to the injury. He has a goal and two points in five playoff outings this year. Leon Draisaitl's (undisclosed) status for Friday's contest is also in question, so if Henrique is available, but Draisaitl isn't, then Henrique might slide into the second-line center slot. Connor Brown will likely play if at least one of those two players is out, but he will probably be a healthy scratch if Henrique and Draisaitl are both able to play.
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  • Oilers' Adam Henrique: Considered day-to-day

    Henrique (lower body) is not expected to play in Game 1 versus Vancouver on Wednesday, Daniel Nugent-Bowman of The Athletic reports. Henrique is considered day-to-day after being absent from several practices following Edmonton's first-round series win over the Kings. Mattias Janmark is slated to see time on the Oilers' top line due to Henrique's absence, and Connor Brown will draw back into the lineup after sitting as a healthy scratch for the entirety of the Oilers' five-game series win over LA.
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  • Oilers' Adam Henrique: Set to play in Game 1

    Henrique (lower body) is expected to play in Game 1 of Edmonton's second-round series against Vancouver, Tony Brar of Oilers TV reports. Henrique didn't practice Saturday after skipping Friday's session for maintenance. Still, he's projected to play once the second round begins. Henrique has generated one goal, one assist, four shots on net and 22 hits through five outings this postseason.
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