Todd White is a well-known Canadian Ice-hockey player. Todd has been a legend of the game playing for 13 consecutive seasons and winning 5 championships in the US and Canada. As an amateur, he broke out of the youth academy of Kanata Valley Lazers, where he started to develop a love of the sport. As he grew he moved to Clarkson University and then joined the Chicago Blackhawks as a free agent, On Aug 6, 1997, he made his debut and never looked back.
He moved on in his career and played with various big teams like Ottawa Senators, Minnesota Wild, and Atlanta Thrashers. Ending his pristine career at Connecticut Whale in 2011. In his prolific career, White found the back of the net 149 times assisting another 243. He is one of the very few Canadian players who made a serious impact in the NHL bringing glory to the teams he played for and his preferred Central Role.
- First Name:- Todd
- Last Name:- White
- Profession:- Hockey Player
- Age:- 45 years
- Birth Date:- May 21, 1975
- Birth Place:- Canada
- Birth Country:- Canada
- Nationality:- Canadian
- Birth Sign:- Gemini
Todd White Net Worth
As of December of 2019, Todd White is worth a staggering $5 million. His main source of income has been the money that he earned from his playing career and his endorsement deal with Polkastom and Gatorade.
Todd White: Age, Height & Weight
Todd White was born in Canada on May 21, 1975. Todd is 45 years old. He is 178 cm tall weighing around 201 lbs. approximately.
Some Facts about Todd White
- He is a former professional ice hockey player who played from 1993 to 2011.
- He played in the creative Central position.
- He has won the ECAC Hockey Player of the year award in 1996-97.
- He has discord more than 140 goals, assisted more than 243, and stayed strong to squeeze 13 consecutive NHL seasons out of him.
- His wife’s name is Sarah White and they have 3 children.
- He has played for 7 NHL teams, 1 NCAA team, and 2 AHL teams in his career.
- He has been tied up with a career-long endorsement with Gatorade.
- As a senior at Clarkson University, he was the finalist for the Hobey Baker Award given for excelling in sports.
- After retiring from hockey, he settled in his hometown of Ottawa and operates a mortgage business; he is also a frequent host on local sports radio.