22-Year-Old Left Wing – Tampa Bay Lightning
Dalton Smith Contract Information:
Signed a three-year, entry-level deal with the Blue Jackets in August of 2011.
Smith and Jonathan Marchessault were traded to the Lightning on Wednesday in exchange for Dana Tyrell and Matt Taormina.
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
There was no outlook written for Dalton Smith.
Dalton Smith began his pro career with a thump, racking up 128 PIMs (and just nine points) in 67 AHL games. If he has an NHL future, it will be as Jared Boll's eventual replacement in the enforcer role for Columbus.
Smith can crash and bang with the best of them, but his stagnating offense points to him being a grinder at the NHL level some day rather than a top-six power forward.
Smith's scoring touch never developed in the OHL, but he still might have an NHL future as a fourth line agitator.
Agitator prospect scored 21-23-44 with 129 PIMs in 62 OHL games last season.