Ryan White’s biggest challenge in the coming NHL season will be to stay healthy.

Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin wrapped up his off-season work Saturday when he signed White to a one-year contract. White, who had filed for arbitration, will make $700,000, a slight increase over the $687,500 in his last contract.

White will be battling veteran fighter George Parros for the final spot on the Canadiens’ fourth line. The other spots will be filled by veterans Brandon Prust and Travis Moen.

The 25-year-old White, who was drafted in the third round (66th overall) in 2006, has played only 89 games over the past four seasons. After two seasons bouncing between Montreal and Hamilton, White played only 20 games in 2011-13. He missed the start of the season after undergoing surgery to repair a sports hernia he suffered in training camp. He missed another five games late in the season because of a concussion.