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Son: Max Smolinski
Smolinski was selected 21st overall in 1990 after scoring 27 points with Michigan State University. He played his first full season with the Bruins in 1994 and set a career-high with 31 goals. He reached the 40-point mark 11 times, including a career-high of 64 points in 1996. Smolinski won World Cup gold in 1997 and played his last NHL season in 2008. He retired with 274 goals and 377 assists.