According to AHL Transactions the Milwaukee Admirals have release forward A.J. White from his amateur try-out (ATO) contract. This move comes two days after White suited up in the Admirals regular season finale which was his fifth appearance with the team.
White joined the Admirals from UMass-Lowell where he had just finished his college playing career. He had played 153 games at UMass-Lowell and contributed 79 points (28 goals, 51 assists). He also happened to be teammates at the college program with current Admiral Joe Pendenza. White made his professional playing debut with the Admirals on 4/2/16 in Milwaukee against the San Antonio Rampage. In his five appearances with the team he didn’t score a point of offense, didn’t take a penalty, and had a plus/minus rating of -3 which all came in his last two outings of the season.
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