Colin White

St. Louis Blues #55 - Defenseman

  • Born: 12/12/77
  • Age: 36
  • Height: 6-4
  • Weight: 215
NHL
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Blues invite Colin White to training camp

Colin White has agreed to a tryout with the St. Louis Blues.

Sharks try to gain foothold against struggling Wild

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@ 3:00 PST 32-21-7, 71 points 27-25-9, 63 points Oh man oh man oh man in Western Conference 12th in Western Conference Television CSN Radio 98.5...

Struggling Sharks look to get back into the win column against the Dallas Stars

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The Sharks, 1-4-0 in their last five games, host the Dallas Stars tonight at HP Pavilion.

Kings-Sharks Preview: Do the Shuffle

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The Kings shuffle the lines because that's their one answer to adversity, but at least Gagne and Richards have their first post-Philly reunion.

San Jose vs. New Jersey: Devils Go Four Four Straight Against White, Sharks

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The New Jersey Devils go for four wins in a row tonight against the San Jose Sharks.

Devils Go For Four In A Row Against White, Sharks

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The New Jersey Devils are looking for their fourth straight win Friday night against the San Jose Sharks. The game marks defenseman Colin White's return to the Prudential Center after more than a...

Sharks Gameday: Cockney Rhyming Nicknames

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Cockney rhyming slang nicknames for Sharks players and some trash-talking.

Dallas Stars Division Foes: The San Jose Sharks' Off-season

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Defending Big D concludes it's look towards the 2011-2012 season and the Dallas Stars' Pacific Division competition.  Today we look at the team that has pretty much had full ownership of the...

White Power Returns To San Jose

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Sweet. All those folks that bought Ian White jerseys can now hope that Colin White wears #9.  We thought we lost the White Power, but now it's back. Except rather than White Power (Play), it's more...

Silver Nuggets: Daugavins re-signs with the Senators; Competition for roster spots

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Silver Nuggets: Daugavins re-signs with the Senators; Competition for roster spots

The Case: Colin White, Devils Castaway

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If the New York Islanders are still looking for defensive depth help, they could do worse than veteran Devils buyout Colin White.

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