Larry H. Smith

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Larry H. Smith US National Team passport (1963)

Larry Hugh Smith (March 16, 1939 – April 12, 2002) was a U.S. National hockey player. A 6'3" center standout who played at Patrick Henry High School in Minneapolis and for the University of Minnesota where he was coached by the legendary John Mariucci.

Smith was born in Minneapolis, and played for the U.S. National hockey team in 1963 after a wonderful career on the University of Minnesota Golden Gopher hockey team from 1958-1962 where he played in 70 games and scored a total of 29 career goals with 21 assists.

Smith died of pancreatic cancer in 2002 at age 63.

Larry H. Smith University of Minnesota Golden Gophers (1958)

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The 1958-59 Gopher Hockey Team with dignitaries Herb Brooks and Lou Nanne
The 1961 Gopher Hockey Team