Per WP:ORDINAL, you should probably write single-digit number (and perhaps all those below 20?) out in words, rather than digits.
Something I've always been a bit confused about. I wrote em out in digits as per the second exception outlined under WP:ORDINAL. Let me know if I understood it incorrectly..
Might be worth mentioning in the lead that he played reasonably regularly for the Canucks in the NHL.
Added a little something.. let me know if it's what you're looking for.
Playing career (Junior)
"..he registered 6 assists over 47 games the following campaign." – Missing a word, perhaps add 'in' after games?
"During his rookie WHL season, he played alongside older brother Reagan Rome as defensive partners for a short span.." – Forgive my confusion, but what is a rookie season? I always thought it was the player's first season: which in this case would be the season in which he played one game: 1998–99. I assume you are referring to the subsequent season?
Generally, a season won't count as a player's rookie year if they didn't play a significant portion of it. In the NHL, I think the minimum is something like 27 games. I don't know what the WHL's minimum is, but it's a pretty safe bet that one game wouldn't cut it. Should I add a note?
"Three games into the 2000–01 season, he moved from Saskatoon.." – rather than 'he' I think you should specify that you are referring to Aaron Rome here, as the last person you referred to was Reagan.
"blueline" will be an unfamiliar term to those that don't follow hockey: Link to Ice hockey rink#Lines, and per that page, it appears to be two words, not one.
Playing career (Professional)
"..he had a second opportunity to play with brother, Reagan Rome, .." – Missing a word here, add "his" after with.
"During the 2006-07 season, Rome was called up to Anaheim and appeared in his first NHL game on January 2, 2007, against the Detroit Red Wings." – I don't know if you have access to the information, but it would be interesting to know how much ice time he got, what his plus-minus was (especially if it was 2 either way: if it was 0, don't mention it!)
"After clearing, he was assigned to start the season with Syracuse." – What does clearing mean? Explanation, either via a link, or a footnote is necessary here.
"a one-way, one-year contract" – Similarly, what is a "one-way" contract?
"During a three-game stint with the Canucks that season, he played forward for the first time in his career." – Any details on why he did this: did the coaches see some spark of talent to play forward, or was it due to injuries?
Couldn't find an explanation in my initial google news search, but I'll keep trying.
This section needs referencing, otherwise it is fine.
As above, this needs referencing: it might be worth noting here (as above) that his name wasn't inscribed on the Stanley Cup.
News references (eg The Columbus Dispatch) need publisher and location details.
Ref 14 is formatted wrongly with italics.
I'll place the article on hold while you deal with the issues raised. Harriastalk 14:27, 12 March 2011 (UTC)
Thanks for your review! I always appreciate other editors' time when the GAN log is so long for Sports and recreation. Anyways, I tried addressing your above issues as best I could. I added some notes where warranted, but am still in the process of finding references for the statements found in the footnotes. Besides that, let me know if there's anything else I can do in the meantime.. Thanks again! Orlandkurtenbach (talk) 10:13, 14 March 2011 (UTC)
All looks good to me now, nice work! Harriastalk 15:24, 14 March 2011 (UTC)