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Ian White
Ian White
Defenceman
Number: 3
Height: 5' 10"
Weight: 191
Shoots: Right
Born: 4 Jun 1984
Birthplace: Steinbach, MB, Canada
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Drafted: TOR / 2002 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 6th (191st overall)

2009-10 HIGHLIGHTS:

MAPLE LEAFS: Registered the game-winning goal, an assist and 100th career NHL point Dec. 27 @ PIT ... led the Maple Leafs in plus/minus (+4) … was second in average ice-time per game (23:45) and blocked shots (89), and led all Maple Leafs defensemen in goals (9) before being part of a trade to the flames on Jan. 31 …
FLAMES
: played first game with the Flames on Feb.1 ... earned his first point (assist) as a Flame on Feb.5 ... scored his first goal with the Flames - 10th of the season on Mar.21 ... scored his 13th goal of the season (career high) on Apr.8 … recorded a career high 38 points in 83 regular season games (13 G, 25 A) tying him for 28th in league scoring amongst NHL defenseman … his 13 goals tied him for 8th amongst NHL defenseman … also set new career highs in assists (23) and power play goals (3)

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:

2008-09: Played 27 games for Toronto collecting 11 points (3 goals, 8 assists) with 14 penalty minutes. Played 1st Maple Leafs game Oct. 9 at Detroit. Collected 1st Maple Leafs point (assist) Oct. 11 vs. Montreal. Did not dress and was a healthy scratch Oct. 18 at Pittsburgh. Scored 1st Maple Leafs goal Oct. 23 at Boston. Registered a 4-game point streak (2 goals, 2 assists) Oct. 21 – 28. Missed 13 games due to concussion and hand injury (Nov. 11 – Dec. 8). Missed 16 games due to concussion (Dec. 20 – Jan. 21). Missed 9 games due to knee injury (Feb. 10 - 26). Missed final 16 games of the season due to knee injury (Mar. 9 - Apr. 11). Collected a point in 11 of 27 games played. When in the lineup, the Maple Leafs record was 13-8-6.

2007-08:
Played 81 games for Toronto collecting 21 points (5 goals, 16 assists) with 44 penalty minutes. Scored 1st goal of season Oct. 6 vs. Montreal. Collected 2 assists Nov. 3 at Montreal. Collected 2 assists Nov. 13 vs. Montreal. Scored game-winning goal and collected an assist Jan. 15 vs. Carolina. Did not dress Feb. 14 vs. the NY Islanders. Scored goals in back-to-back games Mar. 12 at Philadelphia and Mar. 15 vs. Buffalo. Played a season-high (25:26) Mar. 22 at Ottawa.

2006-07: Ranked 2nd (tie) among NHL rookie defenceman in assists (23) and in points (26). Registered 4 multi-point games. Collected 2 assists Oct. 21 vs. the NY Rangers. Collected 2 assists Oct. 24 vs. Ottawa. Registered a season-high 3- game point-streak (5 assists) Oct. 21 – 26. Scored 1st goal of season (game-winning goal) Nov. 1 at Tampa Bay. Scored a goal Dec. 2 at Montreal. Collected 2 assists Dec. 16 vs. the NY Rangers. Collected 2 assists and recorded a career-high (+6) rating Jan. 4 at Boston. Florida’s Olli Jokinen was the only other player in the NHL to record (+6) rating in a single game this season (Mar. 17 vs. NY Islanders). Scored a goal Apr. 3 vs. Philadelphia. Missed 6 games with a shoulder separation.

2005-06: Played 12 games for Toronto collecting 6 points (1 goal, 5 assists) with 10 penalty minutes. Ranked 3rd among Toronto defencemen in average ice time (19:07). Was selected to participate for Team Canada in the Spengler Cup. Played 4 games for Team Canada scoring 1 goal with a (+6) rating. Recalled from the Toronto Marlies Mar. 25. Made NHL debut Mar. 26 at New Jersey. Registered 1st career NHL point (assist) Mar. 26 at New Jersey. Registered a 3- game point-streak (1 goal, 3 assists) to begin NHL career Mar. 26 – Apr. 1. Scored 1st career NHL goal Apr. 1 vs. Buffalo’s Ryan Miller. Registered a career-high 3 points (1 goal, 2 assists) and (+3) rating Apr. 1 vs. Buffalo. Registered a season-high in ice time (21:19) Apr. 18 vs. Pittsburgh. Re-assigned to the Toronto Marlies Apr. 18. Played 59 games for the Toronto Marlies collecting 38 points (8 goals, 30 assists) with 42 penalty minutes.points (1 goal, 4 assists) with 4 penalty minutes.

2004-05:
Ranked 9th among AHL rookies in plus/minus (+12-tie). Led the St. John’s (AHL) in plus/minus. Finished 3rd among team defencemen in goals (4-tie), assists (22) and points (26). Finished 2nd among St. John’s defencemen during the playoffs in assists (2) and points (2).

2003-04:
Played 8 games for St. John’s collecting 4 assists with 2 penalty minutes. Ranked 19th among WHL defencemen in points (32-tie). Led Swift Current (WHL) defencemen in assists (23) and points (32-tie). Led Swift Current (WHL) defencemen in playoffs in goals (1), assists (3-tie) and points (4).

2002-03: Represented Canada at World Junior Championships and won the Silver Medal. Played 64 games for Swift Current (WHL). Ranked 1st among WHL defencemen in goals (24), 3rd in points (68) and 5th in assists (44-tie). Named to WHL East 1stAll-Star Team. Named to CHL 2nd All-Star Team.

2001-02: Played 70 games for Swift Current collecting 79 points (32 goals, 47 assists) with 40 penalty minutes. Finished 1st among WHL defencemen in goals, points and 4th in assists. Named to WHL East 2nd All-Star Team. Awarded Brad Hornung Trophy as WHL’s Most Sportsmanlike Player.