Forward Leonard "Moe" White was a veteran of eight seasons of Senior hockey in Montreal, Verdun, Glace Bay and Kingston when his career was put on hold in 1944 while he served his country during the Second World War.
In 1945-46 White returned to hockey and stepped into the line up of the vaunted Montreal Canadiens. White suited up for four games with Les Canadiens and was able to register one assist. The Canadiens traded White to the Buffalo Bisons of the American Hockey League in January. White finished the season in Buffalo but was playing for the Houston Huskies the following year and produced at a point-a-game pace.
In 1947 he was back playing Senior hockey in the Quebec loop for a year then returned to the Glace May Miners. In his first season with the Miners White, who played both left wing and center, led the circuit in assists with 44 in 57 games. Following the completion of his second campaign in Glace Bay, White hung up his blades.