|Peter White was drafted 92nd overall
in the 1989 Entry Draft by the Edmonton Oilers.
|In 1992-93, he turned pro with the
Cape Breton Oilers and scored 40 points as an AHL rookie. The subsequent
year saw his output improve to 70 points in just 45 games.
|In 1994-95, his third professional
season, Peter paced the AHL with 69 assists and 105 points to win the John
B. Sollenberger Trophy for most points.
|In 1993-94, he made his NHL debut
and tallied eight points in 26 games. In the shortened 1994-95 campaign,
he played nine games and scored six points. The following season,
White joined the Oilers full time before being traded on December 4, 1995
with a fourth-round draft pick to the Toronto Maple Leafs for Kent Manderville.
|Led the AHL in scoring in 1994-95
while with the Cape Breton Oilers when he had 105 points.
|Twice selected to the AHL Second
|Played four seasons at Michigan