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Home Town of Clint Smith

Clint Smith was the last surviving player from the Rangers’ 1940 Stanley Cup champions, till 2009. He died when he was 95.

Clint Smith was born in Assiniboia in 1913. He is well known for his time spent playing in the National Hockey League (NHL). Clint played for the New York Rangers and the Chicago Black Hawks during the ten years that he played in the NHL.

Throughout his professional hockey career, he won numerous awards for his skills and talent. He won the Lady Byng Trophy in both 1939 and 1944. He was also playing on the New York Rangers when they won the Stanley Cup in 1940!

In 1991 Clint was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame.


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