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#18 Reilly Smith
Position: Forward
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 183
Year: Junior
Hometown: Mimico, Ont., CANADA
Club: St. Michael's/OJHL
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Drafted by the Dallas Stars in the third round (69th overall) of the 2009 NHL Draft ... signed with Dallas following his junior season ... finished his career ranked 27th in school history with 122 career points ... his 66 career goals tie for ninth at Miami.

Hobey Baker Award finalist ... named AHCA First-Team West All-America and Second-Team All-America by INCH and College Hockey News... tabbed CCHA All-Tournament Team and First-Team All-CCHA for the second straight year ... named Inside College Hockey's (INCH) CCHA Player of the Year ... INCH National Player of the Week Jan. 23 after four-goal weekend vs. Western Michigan ... three-time CCHA Player of the Month for November, January and March ... four-time CCHA Offensive Player of the Week (most of any player in the league) ... named MVP of the Denver Cup Classic, leading Miami to the title, and also on the all-tournament team after three-goal weekend ... named a team captain on Dec. 5 ... finished second nationally with 30 goals (seventh in Miami single-season history) ... played in 39 games missing the first two of the year, while totaling 48 points, which led the team and tied for tenth nationally ... dished out 18 assists, which was third on the team... won the CCHA goal-scoring title for the second straight year with 18 goals in league play (five more than anyone else) ... his 28 points in league play were third, one behind the two leaders ... tallied eight game-winning goals this year, which led the country and tied a Miami single-season record, while he finished his career with 12 game-winning goals, which ties for second in school history ... had four straight game-winners from Jan. 7 to Jan. 21 ... recorded two hat tricks this year (only CCHA player to do so), notching three goals Oct. 14 at Colgate in his first game of the year and Jan. 20 vs. WMU, giving him three career hat tricks ... totaled a career-high four points twice this year, Oct. 14 at Colgate and Feb. 25 at Ohio State, his first and last games of the regular season ... totaled 14 multi-point games, six multi-goal games and six multi-assist games ... dished out a career-high-tying three assists Feb. 25 vs. OSU ... posted a +26 rating on the year, which ranked third in the country ... had nine power play goals and two short-handed goals ... collected 11 penalties for 22 minutes ... had a career-long-tying four-game goal streak (Feb. 17- Feb. 25) and went on a career-long 10-game point streak (Feb. 10-March 17) and a six-game multi-point streak (Feb. 24-March 17) until having both snapped in the NCAA Tournament ... blocked 19 shots.

First-Team All-CCHA...named to the CCHA All-Tournament Team...College Hockey News Second-Team All-America...INCH Third-Team All-America...earned CCHA Offensive Player of the Week honors twice (Oct. 25-Oct. 31 and Jan. 10-Jan. 16)...saw action in 38 games on the season, missing only the first game of the season against New Hampshire (Oct. 8)...led the CCHA in goals with 28...was third on the team in points with 54 (28 goals and 26 assists)...notched five power-play goals, tied for the team lead, with two short-handed goals and had three game-winning goals, tied for second on the team...scored a career-high three goals against Northern Michigan (Oct. 23) for his first hat trick...had 18 multi-point games...led the team and the CCHA in plus/minus with a +27 rating and earned a +4 rating on two occasions (Oct. 23 vs. Northern Michigan and Oct. 29 vs. LSSU) ...served 18 minutes on nine penalties...named to the Florida College Classic All-Tournament Team.

One of six RedHawks -- and the only freshman -- to play in all 44 games, marking the first time a Miami freshman has played in every game since the 2007-08 season... recorded 20 points with eight goals (most among freshmen) and 12 assists... tallied his first career point on an assist against St. Cloud State (Oct. 10) in just his second collegiate game... scored his first two career goals against Michigan (Nov. 7), with one coming on the power play, his only of the year... tied that career high with two more scores at Bowling Green on Feb. 13... recorded his first three-point game, with two goals and one assist, against North Dakota (Nov. 28)... registered six multi-point games on the season, including two assists vs. Ohio State Feb. 26 and against the Buckeyes March 12... scored his first career game-winning goal against Alaska (Jan. 23)... had a +10 rating on the season.

Prior to Miami
Named team Most Valuable Player for St. Michael's in 2008-09... was second on the team with 75 points (27 goals, 48 assists)... also played in 2007-08... participated in the CJHL All-Star Game... served as both captain and assistant captain during his high school career.

Son of Lester and Diedre Smith... one brother played hockey at Wisconsin, while another plays with the Orlando (formerly New York) Titans of the National Lacrosse League... a sport studies major.

                     CAREER STATS

  OFFENSE               GP    G    A  Pts Shots Shot% Pen-Min   +/- PPG SHG GWG
  2009................  44    8   12   20    90  .089  12-24    +10   1   0   1
  2010................  38   28   26   54    93  .301   9-18    +27   5   2   3
  2011................  39   30   18   48   150  .200  11-22    +26   9   2   8
  TOTAL............... 121   66   56  122   333  .198  32-64    +63  15   4  12

Points: 4, at Ohio State, Feb 25, 2012 ; at Colgate, Oct 14, 2011
Goals: 3, Western Michigan, Jan 20, 2012 ; at Colgate, Oct 14, 2011 ; 
         Northern Michigan, Oct 23, 2010
Assists: 3, at Ohio State, Feb 25, 2012 ; vs Notre Dame, Mar 18, 2011
Shots: 9, at Lake Superior State, Feb 25, 2011 ; Michigan, Nov 12, 2011
Power-play goals: 1, 15 times
Short-handed goals: 1, 4 times
Penalties: 2, Three times
Penalty minutes: 4, Three times
Plus/minus: 4, at Ohio State, Feb 25, 2012 ; Northern Michigan, Oct 23, 2010 ; 
          Lake Superior State, Oct 29, 2010