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Colin White had an assist on Tyler Ennis's third period goal in Ottawa's 5-2 loss to Vancouver on Tuesday. He chipped in two shots and one hit in 17:33 of ice-time.
It's been a very quiet season for the 22-year-old forward. This was just White's sixth point of the season (two goals, four assists) through 21 games played. This represents is a major step back from his 41 points in 71 games in his first full NHL look last season. White has been averaging consistent ice-time (16:29) and is getting a solid look on the power-play (2:26 per-game) and yet, it still has translated to fantasy production. Until he proves otherwise, White shouldn't be on your radar.
Colin White scored his 9th goal of the season on Saturday when the Senators lost 5-2 to the Montreal Canadiens.
Colin White now has 22 points through 33 games played this season. He should continue to improve as the season rolls on, especially if he continues to play on a line with Mark Stone and Brady Tkachuk.
Colin White picked up his 12th assist of the season on Friday night in the Ottawa Senators 4-2 victory over the Detroit Red Wings. White finished the game with 2 SOG, a +2 rating and 18:11 of ice time.
Colin White is a name to watch going forward. White gets time on the Senators power play, has good line mates in Mark Stone and Brady Tkachuk, and is a young player still figuring out the NHL game. We should see his point production continue to grow as he gets more comfortable this season.
Colin White assisted on the Senators lone goal on Sunday in their 2-1 overtime loss to the Boston Bruins.
Colin White figures to see an uptick in minutes for the foreseeable future with the news of Bobby Ryan and Matt Duchene headed to the IR. White should also see increased opportunity on the man advantage while Duchene and Ryan are out.
After missing practice yesterday for personal reasons, Colin White has rejoined the Senators in Ottawa today.
Colin White is expected to be in the lineup on Tuesday for the Senators game against the Montreal Canadiens. White will skate alongside his regular linemates Brady Tkachuk and Mark Stone on the Senators second line.