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Sweater worn by Clint Smith during his final years with the New York Rangers (early 1940s). He played six full seasons with the Rangers, capturing the Lady Byng trophy in 1939 and the Stanley Cup in 1940.

Skates worn by Clint Smith as a member of the New York Rangers. The two-time Lady Byng winner would also capture the MVP award as a member of the Tulsa Oilers of the USHL in 1947-48.

Hockey Hall of Fame-produced Honoured Member Legends of Hockey card of New York Ranger Clint Smith printed in 1994.

Gloves worn by Clint Smith towards the end of his playing career. Smith would lead the NHL in assists with 49 during the 1943-44 season as a member of the New York Rangers.

United States Hockey League press release announcing that Tulsa Oilers playing-coach Clint Smith has been named the league's Most Valuable Player for the 1947-48 USHL season.

In order to compile a 'Who's Who' section in the National Hockey League's Guide and Record Book, players were asked to provide information about themselves similar to this information sheet on Clint Smith.