The St. Louis Blues have invited unrestricted free agent defenseman Colin White to training camp on a professional tryout basis, according to an announcement from general manager Doug Armstrong on the team's website on Tuesday.
White spent last season with the San Jose Sharks, appearing in 54 games and registered one goal and three assists for four points, in addition to 21 penalty minutes.
The 35-year-old defenseman has played 12 NHL seasons and spent time with the New Jersey Devils, as well as the Sharks.
Originally chosen with the No. 49 overall selection in the 1996 NHL Draft by New Jersey, White spent all but one season with the Devils and collected two Stanley Cup championship rings during his tenure with the team.
After being paced on waivers and subsequently bought out of the final year of his contract by New Jersey in August of 2011, White signed a one-year deal worth $1 million with San Jose.