Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 11/17/06 at 09:23 AM ET
Almost every night the Canucks play at home, the oldest living member of hockey's Hall of Fame comes to watch. He uses a walker now and if you stood him still for a measurement there's no way Clint Smith would stand over five feet. He's 92 and the sleek physique that allowed him to be the third-youngest player in history to turn pro in 1932 at age 16 has felt the ticking of the clock. But his mind and sense of humour are still very much on top of their game. Memories? He could write a few books and probably should, particularly about playing in the second-largest arena in the country in the '30s, the old Denman Street one where he donned the colours of the Vancouver Lions for three seasons after signing with the New York Rangers.continued
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