Siddhesh Joshi (Editor)

Jason Smart (ice hockey)

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on Reddit
Covid-19
Position  Centre
Role  Ice hockey player
Shot  Left
Height  1.93 m

Playing career  1990–1997
Weight  98 kg
Name  Jason Smart
Current team  Columbus Chill
Jason Smart (ice hockey) Jason Smart JSmart2020 Twitter
Born  January 23, 1970 (age 45) Red Deer, AB, CAN (1970-01-23)
NHL Draft  247th overall, 1989 Pittsburgh Penguins
Played for  Albany Choppers, Cleveland Lumberjacks

Jason Smart (born January 23, 1970) is a Canadian retired professional ice hockey player.

Jason Smart (ice hockey) Jason Smart JSmart2020 Twitter

Career

Smart was drafted by the Pittsburgh Penguins in the twelfth round of the 1989 NHL Entry Draft, selected 247th overall. Smart spent three seasons with the Penguins' IHL affiliate in Muskegon, scoring 111 points in 159 games. After his first season in Muskegon, Smart was re-called to the Penguins play-off roster during their 1991 Stanley Cup run albeit did not play in a game.

Smart was assigned to the Columbus Chill of the East Coast Hockey League in 1993 while in his final year of his NHL contract with the Penguins. He was named team captain on October 29, 1993. Smart scored a career-high in goals (29), assists (50), and points (79) and captained the Chill to their first playoff appearance in franchise history. He returned to the Chill in 1994 and spent part of the 1994-95 ECHL season as a player-assistant coach.

Smart did not receive a qualifying offer after the 1994-95 season, making the twenty-five-year-old center an unrestricted free agent. Smart left the Chill after the 1994-95 ECHL season and signed with the Toledo Storm. Smart joined the Toledo Storm, which had him on the same team as another Penguins' draft pick: Brian Farrell, who was selected 89th in the 1990 NHL Entry Draft. Smart only played twenty-three games with the Storm, scoring thirteen points but did not finish the season with the team. Smart finished the 1995-96 season with the Newcastle Warriors of the British Hockey League, scoring forty-seven points in only nineteen games.

Smart briefly played for the Geleen Eaters of the Ereddivisie. In five games, Smart scored two assists.

References

Jason Smart (ice hockey) Wikipedia


Topics
 
B
i
Link
H2
L