Birth date: May 30, 1990
Birthplace: Marshfield, MA
2015-16: Signed a one-year contract with Pittsburgh on July 1, 2015… Reached 100-career AHL points on Nov. 13, 2015 vs. Hershey… Recalled to Pittsburgh on Nov. 19, 2015; Stayed in the NHL until he was returned to WBS on a conditioning stint on Feb. 21, 2016… Claimed off waivers by New Jersey on Feb. 29… Recorded 1 goal and 1 assist in 22 combined NHL games between Pittsburgh and New Jersey… Represented the United States at the 2016 IIHF World Championships and recorded 5 points (1G-4A) in 10 tournament games.2014-15: Signed a one-year extension with Boston on July 24, 2014… Recalled by Boston on Oct. 29, 2014… Earned his only assist with Boston during the season on Nov. 6 vs. Edmonton… Reassigned to Providence on Dec. 10… Recorded 4 multi-point games in his 40 contests with Providence.2013-14: Led all Providence defensemen in points (32) and assists (26)… Set career highs in all coring categories with 6 goals, 26 assists, and 32 points… Recalled to the NHL for the first time on Dec. 18, 2013 by Boston… Made his NHL debut with Boston on Dec. 19, 2013… Scored his first NHL goal on Dec. 28 at Ottawa… Reassigned to Providence on Dec. 29, after playing 4 games with Boston; Warsofsky would be recalled by Boston again in February for 2 more games, where he added his first NHL assist on Feb. 8, 2014 vs. Ottawa… Opened the 2014 Calder Cup Playoffs with a 2-point game (1G-1A) for his first career multi-point playoff game… Placed 3rd among AHL defensemen in playoff points per game (0.75 pts/game).2012-13: Played in his first AHL playoff game on Apr. 26, 2013 vs. Hershey… Scored his first playoff point in the pros on Apr. 28 vs. Hershey.2011-12: Set career highs in all scoring categories with 5 goals, 24 assists, and 29 points… Scored his 1st pro goal on Nov. 23, 2011 at Hershey… Led the Bruins in power play assists (18)… Notched 6 points (1G-5A) during a 5-game point streak spanning Nov. 18 – Nov. 25, the longest of his career… Recorded 7 multi-point games.2010-11: Joined Providence after the conclusion of his junior season at Boston University… Recorded his first pro point with an assist vs. Connecticut, Apr. 1, 2011.OTHER: Played 3 seasons at Boston University, totaling 22 goals, 46 assists, 68 points, and 122 PIM in 113 games… Won an NCAA National Championship in 2009 with a Terriers team that included Penguins organization teammate Nick Bonino… Played with Penguins organization teammate Sahir Gill in his final season at Boston University… Served as an alternate captain in his third and final year with the Terriers… His 23 points led all Hockey East defenders in 2008-09… St. Louis traded Warsofsky’s rights to Boston on June 26, 2010 for Vladimir Sobotka... Won a gold medal for the United States at the 2010 IIHF World Junior Championship… Recorded the most assists (7) and most points (7) by a defenseman at the 2008 IIHF U18 World Juniors while wearing the “C” for the United States.