| 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)|
185 lb (84 kg)
| ALH Team|
Bad Toelz EC (2Bun.)
Columbia Inferno (ECHL)
Manitoba Moose (AHL)
|Born|| July 21 1981,|
Rochfort Bridge, AB, CAN
|NHL Draft|| 272nd, 2000|
|Pro Career||2002 – present|
Smith played major junior in the WHL for four seasons with the Spokane Chiefs and Swift Current Broncos. Despite a team-leading 96 points, fifth in league scoring, in his draft year, he was a late selection in the 2000 NHL Entry Draft, being selected 272nd overall by the Vancouver Canucks.
Smith turned pro in 2002–03, joining the Columbia Inferno of the ECHL. After a 59-point rookie campaign with the Inferno, he reeled off 95 points in 2003–04 to win the league scoring championship. His success in the ECHL was met with playing time in the AHL, as he split the following season between the Inferno and Manitoba Moose.
In 2005–06, Smith moved overseas to play in the German 2nd Bundesliga with Freiburg EHC. He scored at a point-per-game pace in his first season in Germany with 51 points in 51 games. In 2006-07 Smith moved to the Asian Hockey League. He played for Kangwon Land Ice Hockey Team. He played 33 games and finished the season with 60 points. In 2007-08 he returned to the Asian Hockey League to play for High 1. He played 30 games and finished the year with 46 points. Smith returned to Europe for the 2008-09 season and started in the Swiss B for Lausanne. He played 9 games and finished with 4 points. After his brief stint in the Swiss B he returned Germany to play in the 2nd Bundesliga with Bad Toelz EC. He finished that year with 35 games, 29 points.
On May 18, 2010, Smith signed an extension to return to High 1.
|ECHL First Team All-Star||2003-04|
|ECHL Leading Scorer||2003-04|
|Reebok Plus Performer Of The Year (best plus/minus)||2003-04|
|Leading Goal Scorer||2007, 2008|
|Best Forward Of The Year||2008, 2010|
|Leading Point Scorer||2010|
- Tim Smith's career stats at The Internet Hockey Database
- Tim Smith - player profile and career stats at European Hockey.Net
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