Former Philadelphia Phantom Peter White was one of four individuals selected to the American Hockey League Hall of Fame’s Class of 2013.

White played for the Phantoms from 1996-2004. He is the owner of multiple records for the organization, including all-time leading scorer with 153 goals, most assists (319), most points (472) and most games played (431). He also holds numerous playoff records for the Phantoms and helped the team win its first Calder Cup. He played 220 career NHL games, 104 of which were with the Philadelphia Flyers.

White will officially be honored, along with Harvey Bennett Sr., Ken Gernander and Jim Morrison, as part of the AHL All-Star Game Classic festivities in Providence, R.I., on Jan. 28.

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Overdue recogniition. Peter White was the most prolific scorer in the AHL in the late 90's.

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