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PETER WHITE #27
Centre
Born: Mar 15, 1969
Montreal, PQ
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 200 lbs
Shoots: Left
Edmonton's 4th pick in the 1989 Entry Draft (92nd Overall).
Traded to Toronto along with Edmonton's 4th round choice in 1996 Entry Draft for Kent Manderville, December 4, 1995.

 
Peter in action vs. Chicago.
 OILERS' STATS:
 SEASON:
GP
G
A
PTS
PIM
 1993-94
26
3
5
8
2
 1994-95
9
2
4
6
0
 1995-96
26
5
3
8
0
 TOTALS:
61
10
12
22
2
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 All-Star team.
Played four seasons at Michigan State.