Jason Williams ia a Canadian right winger on the Detroit Red Wings.
Williams was undrafted after playing four seasons with the Peterborough Petes in the OHL. He signed with the Detroit Red Wings in 2000, and spent parts of the next six seasons with the Red Wings, winning the Stanley Cup in 2002. He was traded to Chicago in 2007. He played 63 games with the Blackhawks over the next season and a half, before signing with Atlanta in the 2008 offseason. He played 41 games with the Thrashers and scored 18 points, but was traded to Columbus in January of 2009. He finished the season by scoring 29 points in 39 games with the Blue Jackets. Williams was signed by Detroit in the 2009 offseason, and got off to a quick start, scoring four points in his first five games.
Williams played for Team Canada at the 2006 World Championships.
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