Anaheim Ducks‘ undrafted right wing Steven Whitney(23) signed an ato with minor league affiliate Norfolk Admirals after finishing his four-year college hockey career at Boston College. The 22-year old was considered the best unselected player available.
He scored his first pro goal in his AHL debut and has added 3 more assists in 5 games played.
The 5’7″ 165 lbs. forward is a ball of energy out there and has no problem dishing the puck for scoring chances or getting himself into the open areas of the ice to bury it despite being one of the smallest skaters.
He signed a two-year NHL entry level deal through 2015 and has to be making the parent club smile about their new prospect.
Original story: 4/17-13
In 8 games on the ato he would get 3 goals and an assist but had a -2 rating.
To start his sophomore campaign he was basically reassigned back to the Admirals and stayed there for 65 games. He would only connect for 10 goals and 13 assists with a -7 plus/minus.
He wasn’t extended a qualifying offer to continue in the Ducks‘ prospect system and basically took the first half of his third season off.
When he decided it was time to start playing hockey again, he made a smart signing with Florida Everblades.
In 23 games he would net 8 goals and 8 assists with a +7 rating but came up a bit empty in the postseason with only one tally and 2 helpers.