Adam Henrique Finds Everything New Again with Ducks

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Adam Henrique Finds Everything New Again with Ducks


Teaford, Elliott, Pasadena Star-News


ANAHEIM — Adam Henrique found his comfort zone not long after a trade from the New Jersey Devils, and then he went to work saving the Ducks’ 2017-18 season. He didn’t plan it that way, but it just sort of happened. He clicked with linemate Ondrej Kase and the injury-depleted team rallied.

Now, Henrique is in the midst of his first training camp with the Ducks, making his exhibition debut in a 7-3 loss Thursday to the San Jose Sharks at Honda Center. The 28-year-old center was teamed with right wing Kase again in a mixed bag lineup of veterans, rookies and prospects.

Instead of skating with left wing Nick Ritchie, who is holding out in a contract squabble with Ducks management, Henrique and Kase formed a line with Anton Rodin. Ritchie, Henrique and Kase moved up on the depth chart last season, providing much-needed depth scoring.

Henrique scored 20 goals and 36 points in 57 games after the Nov. 30 trade. Kase had 20 goals and 38 points in 66 games, including 15 goals and 30 points after Henrique was acquired. Ritchie had 10 goals and 27 points in 76 games, including seven goals and 19 points after the trade.

It remains to be seen if they’ll be reunited when, or if, Ritchie re-signs. Everything seems to be up for discussion during training camp and in exhibition games. Nothing is set in stone except for the Ducks’ intention to play a faster-paced game than in the past.

“Everything is kind of new to me again,” Henrique said. “I haven’t been through training camp here. Going into this year, I kind of knew what to expect, what we were doing on a daily basis and all of that stuff. I was comfortable enough that nothing really surprised me.”

The Ducks’ veteran core remains intact, with Henrique joining forwards Ryan Getzlaf, Corey Perry, Andrew Cogliano and others. However, Patrick Eaves and Ryan Kesler aren’t expected to start the regular season Oct. 3 because of shoulder and hip issues.

As a result, there could be new faces in the lineup.

“It’s nice to be here right from the start,” Henrique said. “There are a lot of young guys here that I’m not really familiar with, where I was before in New Jersey. We have a lot of young guys coming in, which is always fun. I’m just trying to get to know everybody.”

SHARKS BEAT DUCKS

Kase scored twice and Henrique assisted on both goals in the Ducks’ loss to the Sharks. …

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