The Saracens second-rower picked up the problem during Saturday's 16-15 defeat to New Zealand at Twickenham and was replaced by Charlie Ewels in the second half.
Henshaw withdrew from Ireland's win over Argentina on Saturday with a hamstring injury while Murray was rumoured to be included for this weekend's visit of New Zealand but will now play no part in the match as he continues to recover from a neck injury that has sidelined him since the summer tour of Australia.
"It has been two years since we've played them last but there has been a lot of changeover from our team", he said.
"But our scrum was really strong and on the back of that we did get a bit of access into the game".
Ireland lost the luckless Sean O'Brien to a broken arm in Saturday's patchy 28-17 victory over Argentina in Dublin.
"I don't think it really spills over into the narrative", he said. "We could have tried to see how he went on the pitch but it was right towards the end of warm-up and we just felt that it would be a two-fold risk: one, would he do more damage?"
"I think everybody sits there hoping one day he'll come back and put himself back in the mix in New Zealand, and we get the benefit of all the experience he's had at an worldwide level and obviously quite a few years successfully at club level as well".
"Because, you know, the two times we have played them here - I remember the roar in 2013 was phenomenal".
Kieran Marmion, who may have put himself in the driving seat at scrumhalf in Murray's absence after doing what Schmidt described as a "super job" in a sharp, try-scoring performance, should be fine after rolling his ankle, the coach said.
"If Conor were to come back in, I have no doubt in my mind that he would be back firing on all cylinders if he steps back in to play", said Henderson.
Ireland claimed an historic 40-29 victory over the world champions in Chicago in 2016, but two weeks later were beaten 21-9 in Dublin and are still waiting for a first home victory over the All Blacks in 113 years of trying.
"The fact that the points differential between us is so narrow. the game in 2013: I'm still bleeding from that".
"We did create a few opportunities, but to be fair to Argentina they're very hard to play against".
"I haven't got tickets, so I can't give you tickets".
"You do get a sort of feel for what you have to do to beat them but then you've got to go and do it".
"Yep, they are going really well", said Joe Schmidt.
He also played just six games for the Blues and was under scrutiny for underperforming when he did take to the field, although Hansen added that he was the type of player whose form improves with matches.