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Alex Smart

Alex Smart

Left Wing
BIRTHDATE: May 29, 1918
HEIGHT: 5' 10" BIRTHPLACE: Brandon, MB, Canada
WEIGHT: 150
Shoots: Left

CAREER REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMGPGAP+/-PIMPPGSHGGWGSS%
1935-1936 Portage Terriers-MJHL 1610 4 14 4
1936-1937 Portage Terriers-MJHL 1615 4 19 10
1937-1938 Toronto Marlboros-OHA-Sr. 1212 11 23 10
1938-1939 Verdun Maple Leafs-MCHL 226 9 15 18
1939-1940 Verdun Maple Leafs-MCHL 218 9 17 13
1940-1941 Montreal Sr. Canadiens-MCHL 337 15 22 21
1941-1942 Montreal Sr. Canadiens-QSHL 3615 6 21 40
1942-1943 Montreal Sr. Canadiens-QSHL 2312 11 23 8
1942-1943Canadiens85 2 7 0
1943-1944 Montreal Royals-QSHL 209 14 23 9
1943-1944 Montreal Vickers-MCHL 108 13 21 12
1944-1945 Montreal Royals-QSHL 2419 19 38 12
1945-1946 Montreal Royals-QSHL 3716 24 40 33
1946-1947 Ottawa Senators-QSHL 3814 21 35 26
1947-1948 Ottawa Senators-QSHL 4728 38 66 11
1947-1948 Ottawa Senators-Al-Cup 104 7 11 2
1948-1949 Ottawa Senators-QSHL 4014 27 41 29
1948-1949 Ottawa Senators-Al-Cup 141 4 5 2
1949-1950 Ottawa Senators-QSHL 288 12 20 28
1950-1951 Eastview St. Charles-OVHL
NHL TOTALS85270

CAREER PLAYOFF STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMGPGAP+/-PIMPPGSHGGWGSS%
1935-1936 Portage Terriers-MJHL 69 6 15 2
1936-1937 Portage Terriers-MJHL 40 2 2 6
1937-1938 Toronto Marlboros-OHA-Sr. 64 8 12 9
1938-1939 Verdun Maple Leafs-MCHL 21 1 2 4
1939-1940 Verdun Maple Leafs-MCHL 87 1 8 9
1941-1942 Montreal Sr. Canadiens-QSHL 64 4 8 4
1943-1944 Montreal Royals-QSHL 54 3 7 2
1944-1945 Montreal Royals-QSHL 72 3 5 2
1945-1946 Montreal Royals-QSHL 115 5 10 6
1946-1947 Ottawa Senators-QSHL 91 6 7 4
1947-1948 Ottawa Senators-QSHL 122 8 10 6
1948-1949 Ottawa Senators-QSHL 113 4 5 6
1949-1950 Ottawa Senators-QSHL 70 3 3 12
Quote of the Day

We've got a team filled with captains, that's what I think. With these first two games we got in, we're really dominating and moving the puck really fast, and it's worked out really good.

— U.S. goalie Brandon Halverson after a 6-0 win against Germany in the World Junior Championship on Sunday