It’s been a turnaround year for the Devils forward.
Though, he may not be selected ahead of Cammalleri and Schneider, he’s still worthy of some consideration.
Henrique is three behind his goals from last season with 13, and will most likely surpass all of his offensive numbers from last year. Along with Travis Zajac, they’ve received a rejuvenation in their game that might be credited to a new and fresh coaching system.
At the pace he is scoring at, he may well have his best offensive season in his career. According to NHL.com, Henrique could finish with 67 points, scoring 38 goals and 29 assists after this season.
Just like the rest of the Devils team, people are starting to take notice. However, it may not be enough for a selection.
Then again, Henrique doesn’t need an All-Star nod to validate his performance so far.