Ottawa Senators
Ottawa Senators
Zack Smith
HEIGHT: 6' 2"
BIRTHDATE: 05/04/1988
AGE: 26
DRAFTED: OTT: 2008-79 overall

2012-13: Was one of six Senators to appear in each of the club’s 48 games ... Registered two multi-point games including the first two-assist game of his NHL career on Jan. 30 vs. Montreal (5-1 win) ... Played his 200th career NHL game at Boston on April 28 (4-2 win), the 39th player all-time to reach that mark as a Senator ... Ranked first among Senators faceoff leaders with a 51.8% average ... Ranked second among Senators with 56 penalty minutes ... Played in all 10 of Ottawa’s playoff games ... Recorded his first NHL playoff goal at Montreal on May 9 (Game 5, 6-1 win) ... Opened season with Frederikshavn (Denmark) recording 10 points in seven games. 2011-12: Established new NHL career highs in games played (81), goals (14), assists (12), points (26) and plus/minus (+4) ... Recorded the first multi-point game (one goal, one assist) of his NHL career on Nov. 12 at Toronto (5-2 win) ... Registered the first game-winning goal of his NHL career on Nov. 12 at Toronto (5-2 win) ... Recorded his first two-goal game on Nov. 29 at Winnipeg (6-4 win) that included the first power-play goal of his NHL career ... Was one of three Senators (Alfredsson, Condra) to record more than one shorthanded marker this season ... Had one assist and 10 penalty minutes in seven playoff games against the N.Y. Rangers ... Played his 100th career NHL game at New Jersey on Dec. 8 (5-4 SO loss) ... Reached 200 penalty minutes for his NHL career on Feb. 15 at Florida (6-2 win). 2010-11: Recalled from Binghamton on three occasions … Appeared in a career-high 55 NHL games, setting career highs in goals (4) and assists (5) … Played a season-high 19:41 on March 10 at Florida.
2009-10: Was recalled by Ottawa on four occasions … Made his 2009-10 NHL debut on Jan. 9 against Florida … Scored his first NHL goal (his first NHL point) with a shorthanded marker in a 4-2 win at Montreal on Jan. 16 … It was only the third time in team history that a player’s first NHL goal was scored shorthanded … Appeared in each of Ottawa’s six post-season contests vs Pittsburgh … Completed his second professional season with the Binghamton (AHL), tallying 41 points (14 goals, 27 assists) in 68 games … Ranked first (tie) among B-Sens with six shorthanded points. 2008-09: Completed his first full professional season with Binghamton, missing only one regular-season game (due to NHL recall) … Tallied his first professional goal in the B-Sens’ 3-1 win at Rochester on 10/12/08 … Was recalled by Ottawa on one occasion (11/28/08) and made his NHL debut in a 4-2 loss on 11/29/08 at the N.Y. Islanders … Ranked second (tie) among all B-Sens in goals (24), fifth in points (48) and fifth in penalty minutes (132) … Finished third (tie) among all AHL rookies in goals and 14th (tie) in points …. Co-winner of the B-Sens rookie-of-the-year award. 2007-08: Signed amateur tryout contract with the Manitoba Moose (AHL) on 4/15/08… Made professional debut with the Moose on 4/18/08 at Syracuse and recorded first professional point (an assist) in that contest … Appeared in six AHL playoff contests … Led the Swift Current Broncos (WHL) in scoring and was also first in assists (48) … Ranked fourth in team post-season scoring and first in penalty minutes (29) … Appeared in all regular and post-season contests. 2006-07: Was one of three players to appear in all but one regular-season contest … Surpassed 100 penalty minutes and ranked third among Broncos in penalty minutes (130).