If the Anaheim Ducks brought back the Flying V, Adam Henrique would be spearheading it at the moment. This isn’t the early 90s, however, so leading the Ducks’ charge as they plot their assault on a playoff spot will have to do. Fans are unlikely to complain too much. Indeed, Henrique has been an integral part of the late-blooming Ducks team that is finding its stride after dealing with extensive injuries that decimated its lineup early in the season. Henrique was brought in via trade in late November to stem the bleeding and stabilize the Ducks down the middle, who were missing Ryan Getzlaf and Ryan Kesler at the same time. The move proved useful at the time and the Ducks didn’t fall directly off a cliff. Speaking with NHL.com’s Amalie Benjamin, Randy Carlyle said Henrique came not a moment too soon.