White has notched eight points over his last nine games, making an otherwise tough season look a lot better.
Who is the real Colin White? Is it the player who's managed 15 points in 52 games, or the one who's scored eight in nine? The truth probably lies somewhere in the middle, and given how young he is, odds are that he's going to take a step forward in 2020-21. White's worth hanging onto in dynasty formats, even with the rough year.
White posted an assist, three shots on goal and a fighting major in Wednesday's 3-2 loss to the Kings.
White's biggest contributions came in the first period. He had the secondary helper on Bobby Ryan's tally 29 seconds into the game. White also fought the Kings' Austin Wagner at 18:08 of the first. The 23-year-old center has 23 points and 83 shots in 61 games this season. He's not known to be particularly pugnacious -- White has only 39 PIM and 47 hits.
White recorded a goal and an assist in Tuesday's 5-2 loss to the Ducks.
White has had a solid start in March with a goal and four helpers in his last four outings. The 23-year-old center is up to 22 points, 80 shots and 34 PIM through 60 appearances this year -- that's well below the pace he established in his 41-point breakout last season.
White picked up two assists in Tuesday's 7-3 loss to the Penguins.
The 23-year-old looked none the worse for wear after missing the prior three games with an upper body injury. White has a disappointing six goals and 19 points through 57 games this season, and it's not clear whether his regression is due primarily to the lack of talent around him in Ottawa, or his own failure to develop further.
White (upper body) will return to the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Penguins, TSN 1200 Ottawa reports.
White missed Ottawa's last three contests with a lower-body injury, but he'll return to a bottom-six role Tuesday, skating on the Senators' third line against Pittsburgh. The 23-year-old American is, however, also expected to center Ottawa's top power-play unit, making him an interesting option in daily contests. He's notched six goals and 17 points in in 56 games this campaign.
According to Nicolas St-Pierre of 945 Unique FM, White (undisclosed) wasn't on the ice for morning skate, indicating he won't be in the lineup Thursday against Vancouver.
White is evidently still feeling the effects of the hard hit he took during Monday's loss to Columbus, and he'll miss a second straight game as a result. The Senators should release an update on the 23-year-old forward's status once he's ready to rejoin the lineup, but in the meantime, there's no reason for fantasy owners to track his availability, as White's only picked up 17 points while posting a minus-16 rating in 56 games this campaign.
White (undisclosed) won't be in the lineup for Tuesday's game against Nashville.
White suffered the injury on a hit during Monday's game against Columbus, and as evidenced by this news, he wasn't healthy enough for the second leg of the back-to-back. His absence will be a tough loss for the Senators, as he was getting top-line minutes, scoring a goal across 18:32 of ice time in Monday's loss. In his stead, look for Mikkel Boedker to draw into the lineup, and Chris Tierney to assume the top-line center role.
White scored a goal on three shots in Monday's 4-3 overtime loss to the Blue Jackets.
White's third-period tally gave the Senators a short-lived 3-2 lead. The forward also briefly left the game after a hard hit, but he was able to return before it ended. He's amassed 17 points, 75 shots and 32 PIM in 56 contests this season, far below the 41-point output he had in 2018-19.
White recorded a power-play assist, two shots on net and two hits across 13:25 in Tuesday's 3-2 loss to the Ducks.
White got back in the point column after a four-game drought. The 2015 first-round pick continues to be a fixture on the power play -- usually the first unit -- but he's struggled to produce consistently, with just 15 points and a minus-13 rating through 46 games.
White scored a power-play goal and added an assist in Friday's 3-2 shootout loss to the Red Wings.
White set up Brady Tkachuk at 5:54 of the second period, and then scored a goal of his own five minutes later to tie the game. The Massachusetts native added four shots on goal and a hit in the contest. He's up 12 points, 52 shots and 24 PIM through 37 outings this season -- as a bottom-six player on the lowly Senators, his chances for productive games are few.
White collected an assist in a 4-3 overtime loss to New Jersey on Sunday.
The second-period assist bumped White into double figures, giving him 10 points in 32 games this season. The 22-year-old is not worth much in fantasy, but White has been effective in recent games, now with three points in his last four games.
White posted a power-play assist in Wednesday's 5-2 win over the Oilers.
White has helpers in each of his last two games after a four-game absence from the scoresheet. The winger is up to seven points in 22 contests in 2019-20.
White posted an assist and two shots on goal in Tuesday's 5-2 loss to the Canucks.
White had gone without a point in his previous four outings. The center is up to six points, 29 shots on goal and 16 PIM through 21 games this season. The 22-year-old had 41 points in 71 contests last year, but it appears his second full NHL season will see him come in at a lower threshold.
White scored a goal on his only shot in Monday's 8-2 loss to the Hurricanes.
White hadn't scored since Nov. 11, a stretch that included a five-game scoring drought and a seven-game injury absence. A return to health would provide a nice lift for the Senators; White amassed 14 goals and 41 points in 71 games as a rookie in 2018-19.
White (hip) was recalled from his conditioning stint with AHL Belleville and is expected to play Saturday against the Hurricanes.
White has missed the last seven contests, and he made a one-game stop with Belleville, recording two assists. He's ready for work at the top level and should immediately be put in a middle-six role with power-play duties. The 22-year-old has two points in eight games so far while averaging 17:51 TOI.
White (hip) has been activated off injured reserve, but he isn't ready to return to game action.
White is approximately two weeks into the 3-5 week recovery timetable he was assigned, so his return to the lineup shouldn't be viewed as imminent just yet. For now, the 22-year-old pivot will continue his rehab with the Senators' AHL affiliate.
White will be sidelined for 3-5 weeks with a hip flexor injury, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports.
White appeared to be poised for a breakout campaign in 2019-20 after racking up 41 points in 71 games last season, but he's only managed to pick up two points through the Senators' first eight games of the year, and will now be sidelined until mid-November at a minimum. If you're still holding onto the 22-year-old forward in redraft leagues, it's probably time to cut the cord. White will be placed on injured reserve for the duration of his absence.
White inked a six-year, $28.5 million contract with Ottawa on Wednesday.
After a breakout campaign in which he set career highs in games played (71), goals (14) and assists (27), White cashed in with a long-term contract. The center figures to continue anchoring the club's top line and No. 1 power-play unit, which should see him back over the 40-point mark for a second straight season in 2019-20.
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.
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