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Bobby Smith (ice hockey)

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Role  Ice hockey player
Career end  1993
National team  Canada
Height  1.93 m
Position  Centerman
Playing career  1978–1993
Weight  95 kg
Awards  Calder Memorial Trophy
Name  Bobby Smith
Career start  1978

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Born  February 12, 1958 (age 57) North Sydney, NS, CAN (1958-02-12)
Played for  Minnesota North Stars Montreal Canadiens
NHL Draft  1st overall, 1978 Minnesota North Stars

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Robert David Smith (born February 12, 1958) is a retired Canadian professional ice hockey forward who played for the Minnesota North Stars and Montreal Canadiens in the National Hockey League (NHL). Smith was born in North Sydney, Nova Scotia.

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Playing career

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As a junior playing for the Ottawa 67's in the Ontario Major Junior Hockey League (OMJHL) in the 1977–78 season, Smith set league records that still stand more than thirty years later for most assists (123) and most points (192) in a single season. The 20-year-old Smith beat out 17-year-old Wayne Gretzky (182 points) for that year's OMJHL scoring title, while also winning the Red Tilson Trophy as the OMJHL's most outstanding player and was voted the CHL Player of the Year for the entire Canadian Hockey League. He was drafted first overall in the 1978 NHL Amateur Draft by Minnesota, winning the Calder Trophy in 1979 during his rookie campaign and won the Stanley Cup in 1986 with Montreal.

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Smith is currently the majority owner of the Halifax Mooseheads in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League, also serving as head coach for most of the 2010-11 season. He also served as general manager of the NHL's Phoenix Coyotes from 1996 to 2000.

Achievements and Awards

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  • OHL Second All Star Team (1976) (1977)
  • Memorial Cup All Star Team (1977)
  • George Parson's Memorial Cup Trophy - "Most Sportsmanlike Player" (1977)
  • OHL Most Valuable Player (1978)
  • OHL First All Star Team (1978)
  • OHL Record for Most Assist's (123) in a Single Season (1977-78)
  • OHL Record for Most Point's (192) in a Single Season (1977-78)
  • OHL Record for Most Power-Play Goals (5) in One Game (October.2.1977)
  • Canadian Major Junior - "Player of the Year" (1978)
  • NHL Calder Memorial Trophy "Rookie of the Year" (1979)
  • NHL Stanley Cup (1986)
  • NHL All Star (1981) (1982) (1989) (1991)
  • NHL Top Ten in Scoring (8th) with 114 Points (1981-82)
  • NHL Top Ten in Assist's (1981-82) (1987-88)
  • NHL Top Ten in Game Winning Goals (1980-81) (1985-86) (1986-87)
  • NHL Top Ten in Assist's Per Game (1979-80) (1981-82) (1987-88)
  • NHL Top Ten in Point's Per Game (1979-80) (1981-82)
  • NHL Top Ten in Power-Play Goals (1981-82)
  • NHL Top Ten in Goals Created (1981-82)
  • Led NHL in Games Played (1978-79) (1983-84) (1988-89)
  • NHL Hart Trophy "MVP" Nominee (1981-82)
  • NHL Selke Trophy Nominee (1981-82) (1988-89)
  • Career statistics

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    References

    Bobby Smith (ice hockey) Wikipedia


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