White earned a qualifying offer from the Senators on Thursday, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports.
White is coming off a solid season in which he racked up 14 goals, 27 assists and 123 shots in 71 outings. The center figures to continue pushing for top-six minutes in 2019-20 and could top his 41-point career high if he can earn a bigger role on the power play. White figures to earn a bridge deal in the area of 3-4 years, though he isn't eligible for arbitration, which could complicate the negotiations.
White recorded two assists, one on the power play, in Wednesday's 4-1 win over the Rangers.
Since returning to action from a neck injury six games ago, White has produced a goal and six points, pushing his total on the season to 41 points (14 goals, 27 helpers). Both he and linemate Brady Tkachuk are in the top five in rookie scoring, giving Senators fans some hope for the future.
White earned an assist and two shots on goal over 19:44 of ice time in Saturday's 3-4 overtime win over the Oilers.
The Massachusetts native earned a secondary assist by leaving the puck for Thomas Chabot, who fed a centering pass to Bobby Ryan in the crease for a score. White now has 36 points (13 goals, 23 assists) through 64 games this season.
White (neck) will play in Saturday's contest against the Oilers, TSN 1200 Ottawa reports.
White missed five games with this neck injury. The setback slowed some of the momentum the Massachusetts native had found in his first full NHL season -- White has racked up 35 points (13 goals, 22 assists) over 63 games.
Head coach Marc Crawford said White (neck) hasn't recovered as hoped and isn't ready to return, TSN 1200 Ottawa reports.
This is certainly unfortunate news for a player who has made strides in his first full season in the NHL, racking up 35 points (13 goals, 22 assists) over 63 games. White has missed the last three games with this neck injury and seems likely to miss more time.
White (neck) won't leave with the team Monday ahead of Wednesday's game against the Canucks, but he could join in when the Senators travel to Calgary on Thursday, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports.
White will skip at least three games as he battles a neck issue, though it sounds far from a certainty that he will join the team in Calgary. The 22-year-old pivot has made strides in his first full season at the top level, racking up 35 points -- 13 goals and 22 assists -- over 63 contests. His production comes on a Senators club that is lacking in the talent department following the trade deadline, which bodes well for him if the Senators' new pieces develop and they can add some more through the draft and free agency next offseason.
White is dealing with a neck injury that will prevent him from suiting up against the Maple Leafs on Saturday, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports.
Unfortunately, the Senators don't know when White will be fit to play in another game, but with any luck, the ensuing three-day break in the schedule will afford the burgeoning pivot enough time to make a full recovery. White's produced 13 goals, 22 helpers and five power-play points over 63 games this season.
White (upper body) is expected to miss Thursday's clash with St. Louis, Brent Wallace of TSN.ca reports.
Despite taking on a top-six role following the Senators' trade deadline departures, White is still bogged down in a 10-game goalless streak. The center has managed three helpers during his drought while averaging 16:51 of ice time, including 2:10 with the man advantage. With the Boston native unavailable, Chris Tierney or Bobby Ryan figures to take his spot on the second line.
White (upper body) will not play in Monday's road contest against Philadelphia.
There was no indication that White had been dealing with injury coming into the game, but nonetheless won't suit up. Filip Chlapik will draw into the lineup in place of White, and Jean-Gabriel Pageau could see increased power-play time.
White recorded an assist in Sunday's 3-2 win over the Panthers.
The rookie forward is up to 34 points with an ugly minus-17 rating this season. He hasn't recorded a power-play point since early December despite averaging over two minutes of ice time per game during the man advantage.
White returned from a shoulder injury against the Penguins on Friday, logging one shot and a minus-1 rating over 16:46 of ice time in a 5-3 loss.
White wasn't able to help his fantasy owners upon returning from a five-game absence, but the pivot was upbeat heading into the contest. "I feel great and it should be exciting to get back," said White in a report by Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Citizen. "It was great (to skate in Ottawa) during the break. I got my feet back under me and they worked me pretty hard so I got my conditioning back up."
White (shoulder) said he's almost 100-percent sure that he'll suit up against the Penguins on Friday, TSN 1200 Ottawa reports.
White, who added that he's "feeling great," looks to be a safe play for Ottawa's first game coming out of the All-Star break. The burgeoning forward is no longer on injured reserve, and that should give White's fantasy owners even more confidence that he'll be ready to rock.
White (shoulder) has been activated off injured reserve, per the NHL media site.
White -- who has missed the previous four contests due to his shoulder issue -- isn't expected to suit up until after the All-Star break, per Callum Fraser of NHL.com. The center was struggling to produce prior to getting hurt, as he managed a mere one goal in his previous six outings. Still, the Boston native is having a breakout campaign, as he has set career highs in games played (44), goals (11) and assists (15). How he slots into the lineup once given the green light remains to be seen, but it will likely be in a bottom-six role.
White (shoulder) expects to be ready to play against the Penguins on Feb. 1, Brent Wallace of TSN.ca reports.
White will no doubt benefit from the time off between the bye week and All-Star break. Once cleared to return and activated off injured reserve, the center figures to slot into a bottom-six role, unless he moves to the wing, which could open up more opportunities for top-six minutes. Nick Paul figures to be the odd man out of the lineup once White returns.
White (shoulder) won't return to action before the All-Star break, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports.
Combined with the team's bye week, White's next chance to suit up won't be until Feb. 1 versus Pittsburgh. The center was stuck in a rut prior to getting hurt, as he recorded just one point in his previous six outings. Once cleared to play, the Boston native figures to return to a bottom-six role.
White (shoulder) was added to the injured reserve list Friday, according to the NHL's official media site.
White took a big hit early in Thursday's game against the Kings and was not able to return. However, now he's gone from day-to-day to IR, and it comes at a bad time for the Senators. The 21-year-old has 26 points in 44 games, and Ottawa will be without him and Matt Duchene (personal) for Saturday's game against the Sharks.
White won't return to Thursday's game against the Kings due to a left-shoulder injury.
White suffered his injury when he took a big hit from LA's Jake Muzzin in the first period of Thursday's contest. The fact that he's already been ruled out of the remainder of the match doesn't bode well for his chances of suiting up Saturday against San Jose, but more details on his condition should surface prior to that contest.
White scored the game-winning goal in a 2-1 overtime victory over the Ducks on Wednesday.
The goal was White's first point in the last five games. He received a little taste of the NHL last season, but in 2018-19, White is playing well with a full NHL opportunity. He has 11 goals, including two game-winners, 26 points and 82 shots on net in 43 games.
White tallied a goal, an assist and five shots during Saturday's 3-2 loss to the Capitals.
White had been held off the scoresheet in each of his previous three outings, but he was clicking well on the second line with Mark Stone and Brady Tkachuk throughout Saturday's game. With 10 goals and 25 points in 38 games, the 19-year-old rookie is showing why he was a first-round selection in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft and should be owned in deeper leagues and dynasty formats.
White scored a power-play goal, adding an assist as well Thursday in a 5-2 loss to the Canadiens.
The 2015 first-round pick now has eight goals and 18 points in 28 games. After seeing a reduced role in recent outings, White figures to be in line for more playing time moving forward, with both Matt Duchene and Bobby Ryan suffering injuries Thursday night. The 21-year-old White had been held pointless in his previous three contests.
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