Steven Whitney
POSITION: Right Wing
HEIGHT: 5' 6"
BIRTHDATE: 02/18/1991
DRAFTED: undrafted
NCAA Championship All-Tournament Team (2012) Hockey East First All-Star Team (2013) NCAA East First All-American Team (2013) Signed as a free agent by Anaheim, April 4, 2013.
Appeared in his first full AHL season with Norfolk in 2013-14, collecting 10-13=23 points with 52 PIM in 65 games…had a season-high four-game point streak (2-2=4), Nov. 1-8…helped lead Norfolk to a 4-3 win with a season-best 1-1=2 points, Nov. 15 @ Providence…appeared in his first Calder Cup Playoffs in 2014, going scoreless in two games…made his professional debut with Norfolk in 2012-13, recording 3-1=4 points with two PIM in eight games…notched his first career multi-goal game (2-0=2) in his third AHL contest, Apr. 12 @ Worcester…debuted on Apr. 5 vs. Binghamton, scoring a PPG on his first career shot in a 2-1 victory…signed a two-year entry-level contract with Anaheim on Apr. 4, 2013…appeared in 38 games during his senior season at Boston College (Hockey East), scoring 26-19=45 points with a +23 rating and 54 PIM…helped lead the Eagles to a second-place finish in Hockey East and a berth in the NCAA Tournament…among NCAA leaders, ranked 11th in scoring and tied for second in goals…paced the team in goals and ranked second in scoring and plus/minus…set career highs in points and goals…recorded his first career hat trick as part of a career-high four-point night (3-1=4), Jan. 19 @ Northeastern…was the recipient of the Walter Brown Award, awarded annually to the best American-born hockey player in New England…in 2011-12, recorded 16-23=39 points and a +15 rating in 44 games…helped the Eagles capture their second Frozen Four championship in three years by defeating Ferris State, 4-1…received All-Tournament honors after scoring a combined 3-1=4 points in victories over Minnesota and Ferris State…appeared in 36 games as a sophomore in 2010-11, collecting 6-10=16 points and 56 PIM…played in all 42 games as a freshman in 2009-10, registering 7-21=28 points with a +7 rating and 28 PIM…notched his first career NCAA goal (1-0=1), Nov. 14 vs. Vermont…earned the primary assist on Ben Smith’s GWG in Boston College’s 5-0 victory over Wisconsin in the national championship game.