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Trent Whitfield (C)

Providence Bruins

Name: Trent Whitfield
Number: 23
Position: C
Shoots: L
Height: 5-11
Weight: 204
Birthdate: 1977-06-17
Birth place: Alameda, SK

Biography

CAREER: 2011-12: 10/16 – 11/26 - Has missed 18 straight games due to injury… 12/2/11 – Returned to action in 4-1 loss to Connecticut… 12/9/11 – Tallied his first goal of the season as well as the game-winner in the shootout, in 2-1 SO win over Manchester… Earned 1st Star Honors… 2/3/12 – 1st MPG in 4-1 win over Springfield… 3/12/12 – Recalled by Boston on an emergency basis… 3/16/12 – Reassigned to Providence after appearing in one game for Boston vs. Tampa on March 13… 3/26/12: Reassigned to Providence…did not appear in a game for Boston…2010-11: Missed first half of his 13th professional season due to injury…Made his season debut on January 7 in 3-0 win against Manchester in Providence… Recorded 10 multi-point games in 45 contests…Recorded his 900th professional game on February 12 at Springfield and his 600th professional point (goal) on March 6 (2g, 2a)… Named the AHL’s Player of the Week on March 7… On March 28, he was named Providence’s IOA/American Specialty AHL Man of the Year… Earned AHL and P-Bruins’ Player of the Month honors in March after recording 12-10=22 totals in 11 games…Received the Community Service Award and Fan Appreciation Award…Was also voted by his teammates as Providence’s MVP… 2009-10: Captained Providence, finishing tied for third in scoring with 43 points (17g, 26a) in 52 games to win team’s Most Valuable Player award… Earned three call-ups to Boston, tallying one assist in 16 games… Also appeared in four scoreless postseason games for parent Bruins… Made Boston debut October 21 vs. Nashville… Had 12 multiple-point games for P-Bruins, including four-point (2g, 2a) contest January 31 vs. Springfield… Registered points in five straight games (2g, 6a) in February… 2008-09: Captained AHL’s Peoria, scoring 50 points (20g, 30a) in 69 regular season games and three points (2g, a) in seven postseason outings… Scored three goals for only hat trick of season on January 2 vs. San Antonio, one of 12 multiple-point games on year… Totaled three point-streaks of at least three games… Appeared in three games for NHL’s St. Louis, tallying one assist… 2007-08: Suited up for all 80 regular season games for Peoria, collecting 52 points (22g, 30a)… Posted five point-streaks of at least three games, the longest lasting five contests… Enjoyed 10 multi-point games, including four-point game (g, 3a) and plus-four rating on December 28 at Iowa… 2006-07: Had career-year offensively for Peoria, recording personal-bests with 33 goals, 45 assists and 78 points in 79 games during regular season… Recorded six point-streaks of at least three games, including eight-game streak (6g, 8a) from December 16 to January 3… Had season-high four points (g, 3a) on March 17 at Omaha, one of 22 multiple-point games on year… 2005-06: Split season between Peoria and St. Louis… Recorded 53 points (19g, 34a) in just 41 contests for Rivermen… Enjoyed 21-point December, scoring nine goals with 12 assists in just 14 games… Scored season-high four points (g, 3a) on December 30 at Chicago, one of 15 multiple-point games… Had five point-streaks of at least five games, including 14-game run (9g, 12a) in December and eight-game stretch (7g, 9a) from January 29 to February 22… Added seven points (2g, 5a) in 30 games for Blues… 2004-05: Played last of seven seasons in Portland, totaling 54 points (16g, 38a) and career-high 75 penalty minutes… 2003-04: Spent majority of season in Washington of NHL, scoring 11 points (6g, 5a) in 44 games… Recorded 15 points (8g, 7a) in 24 contests in Portland… 2002-03: Scored 61 points (27g, 34a) in 64 games in Portland, along with two points (g, a) in 14 contests for Washington… Also went scoreless with 10 PIM in six playoff games for Capitals… Went scoreless with plus-two rating as Canadian AHL All-Star at 2003 AHL All-Star Classic… 2001-02: Split season between three clubs, including Portland of the AHL and the NHL’s Washington and New York Rangers… Scored 34 points (14g, 20a) in 45 games for Pirates… Added one assist in 24 Capitals contests… Went scoreless in only game for Rangers… 2000-01: Appeared in career-high 61 NHL games for Washington, scoring six points (2g, 4a) during regular season… Enjoyed five postseason games with Capitals, going scoreless… 1999-00: Played mostly in Portland, scoring 53 points (18a, 35a) in 79 regular season games… Added two points (g, a) in three AHL postseason games… Enjoyed first career NHL experience for Washington during playoffs, going scoreless in three games… 1998-99: Split rookie season between Hampton Roads of ECHL and Portland of AHL… Scored 25 points (13g, 12a) in 19 regular season games for Admirals and 18 points (10g, 8a) in 50 contests for Pirates… Added two goals in four postseason games for Hampton Roads.

View Game By Game Stats Player Stats

Regular Season Stats
Season Team GP G A PTS +/- SOG PIM SOG SOA SOGW SO
2012-13 Regular Season Providence Bruins 48 6 6 12 1 90 20 2 7 1 0.286
2011-12 Regular Season Providence Bruins 50 9 7 16 -3 92 32 1 2 1 0.500
2010-11 Regular Season Providence Bruins 45 18 18 36 0 108 42 2 7 1 0.286
2009-10 Regular Season Providence Bruins 52 17 26 43 -3 135 22 0 2 0 0.000
2008-09 Regular Season Peoria Rivermen 69 20 30 50 5 179 37 0 0 0 0.000
2007-08 Regular Season Peoria Rivermen 80 22 30 52 -13 225 51 0 3 0 0.000
2006-07 Regular Season Peoria Rivermen 79 33 45 78 -16 261 70 1 4 0 0.250
2005-06 Regular Season Peoria Rivermen 41 19 34 53 5 138 18 0 4 0 0.000
Playoff Stats
Season Team GP G A PTS +/- SOG PIM SOG SOA SOGW SO
2013 Calder Cup Playoffs Providence Bruins 11 0 2 2 -2 17 14 0 0 0 0.000
2009 Calder Cup Playoffs Peoria Rivermen 7 2 1 3 1 18 0 0 0 0 0.000