New York Americans
New Haven Eagles
Pittsburgh Yellow Jackets
|Born|| June 26, 1900,|
Hillsburgh, ON, CAN
|Died|| December 2 1949 (aged 49),|
|Pro Career||1923 – 1932|
Wilfred Belmont "Tex" White (June 26 1900 in Hillsburgh, Ontario - December 2 1949) was a professional ice hockey forward who played 7 seasons in the National Hockey League for the Pittsburgh Pirates, New York Americans and Philadelphia Quakers.
He played junior hockey with Barrie and the Toronto Canoe Club, winning the Memorial Cup in 1920 with Toronto. After three years in the Ontario Hockey Association intermediate series with Dunnville, White played two seasons (1923-24 and 1924-25) with the Pittsburgh Yellow Jackets.
In 1925-26 White joined the Pittsburgh Pirates of the NHL. He played there through the 1929-30 season, except for part of the 1928-29 season when he was loaned to the New York Americans. White transferred along with the franchise to the Philadelphia Quakers in 1930-31.
In the NHL, White played in 203 games, scoring 33 goals and 12 assists.