|Posted by Landon Ewaniuk on June 7, 2012 at 1:40 PM|
New Jersey Devils super rookie Adam Henrique has shown the hockey world that he has been blessed with the ability to be a clutch hockey player. The 22-year-old Brantford, Ontario, native has only four National Hockey League playoff goals to his name and his young career. However, two of those tallies have been series winners against the Florida Panthers and Washington Capitals. And last night it was Henrique who helped New Jersey avoid a sweep at the hands of the Los Angeles Kings in the 2012 Stanley Cup final.
Throughout his hockey career, Adam Henrique has been a clutch hockey player. In junior hockey playing with the Windsor Spitfires Henrique shared in the success of back-to-back Memorial Cups. Henrique hopes he can continue to be clutch on Hockey's biggest stage and help the New Jersey Devils achieve what seems to be impossible, a 3-0 comeback in the Stanley Cup final, something that has only been recorded once in history.
Game 5 is set to go on Saturday at 8 PM Eastern time in New Jersey. The good news for the Los Angeles Kings, they have yet to lose on the road the 2012 Stanley Cup playoffs. L.A. will be putting a record 0f 10-0 on the line. As they try to close out the New Jersey en route to capturing the organizations first-ever Stanley Cup championship.