Schenn. It can't be dismissed that Henrique got to play with Kovalchuk and Parise last year and ended up with much much lower points than both of his linemates, the stats would suggest he was the " monkey in the middle"
This is a bad time to create this thread as Schenn had an injury plagued, bounce around season, and Henrique was clutch in the playoffs. Time will tell on this one. I take Schenn because he's pretty much my favorite Flyer (Liked him before we acquired him), and I think he has a higher upside but it's close.
How did Henrique make that line work?? He was obviously the third wheel and isn't nearly as good as those players. He was the least important part of the line, it's not even debatable.
Because Parise and Kovalchuk on the same line not on the power play sucked until Henrique worked his way up to it, but please, continue to act like you know what you're talking about. And just to help you out, Parise and Kovalchuk played on the first powerplay unit together, while henrique, if he played at all, was on the second unit.
Kovalchuk - 29 PP points
Parise - 14 PP points
Henrique spent most of his sparse PP time playing with Sykore (6 points), Zubrus (6 points), And combinations of fayne, greene, taormina, Harrold and others.
So what exactly is your problem that you don't understand. Your right though, it isn't debatable because you're so wrong, it's hilarious.