Warsofsky in March 2016
May 30, 1990 |
Weymouth, Massachusetts, U.S.
|Height||5 ft 9 in (175 cm)|
|Weight||171 lb (78 kg; 12 st 3 lb)|
New Jersey Devils
|National team||United States|
|NHL Draft||95th overall, 2008
St. Louis Blues
He played at Marshfield High School in 2004–05 and at Cushing Academy in Ashburnham, Massachusetts for the following two years. He was captain of the 2007–08 Under-18 United States men's national ice hockey team, where he tied as leader in assists and was second in points. The team won a bronze medal at the 2008 IIHF World U18 Championship.
He was selected by the St. Louis Blues in the 4th round (95th overall) of the 2008 NHL Entry Draft. Instead of turning pro immediately, Warsofsky played for Boston University in the Hockey East and was a member of the 2009 national championship team as a freshman. He played for Team USA in 2010, winning the 2010 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships.
During the 2013–14 season, Warsofsky made his NHL debut with the Boston Bruins on December 19, 2013, after toiling for 160 games in the American Hockey League. He is the first Bruin to wear the number 79.
On July 1, 2015, Warsofsky left the Bruins as a free agent and signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Pittsburgh Penguins. In the 2015–16 season, Warsofsky was initially assigned to start the year with affiliate the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins in the AHL. Warsofsky was recalled to play in 12 games with the Penguins for 1 goal before he was placed on waivers and claimed by the New Jersey Devils on February 29, 2016.
Warsofsky returned to the Penguins as a free agent in the off-season, signing another one-year, two-way contract on July 1, 2016. He spent the majority of the 2016–17 campaign with Wilkes-Barre in the AHL, where he led all team defensemen with 47 points in 58 contests, all career highs. He also skated in seven games with Pittsburgh, notching one assist.
On July 1, 2017, having left the Penguins as a free agent, Warsofsky agreed to a two-year contract with the Colorado Avalanche. He secured a one-way deal in the first year of his deal with the second year returning back to a two-way basis.
Regular season and playoffs
|2007–08||U.S. National Development Team||NAHL||15||4||2||6||8||—||—||—||—||—|
|2015–16||New Jersey Devils||NHL||10||0||1||1||2||—||—||—||—||—|
|Representing United States|
|World Junior Championships|
|IIHF World U18 Championships|
Awards and honors
|All-Hockey East Second Team||2010–11|
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- "Avalanche sign Agozzino, Warsofsky and Cannata". Colorado Avalanche. 2017-07-01. Retrieved 2017-07-01.