Smith scored his eighth goal of the season Saturday against Dallas.
Smith has truly been a great addition for Vegas, racking up 22 points through 29 contests. The second-liner is sporting a tidy plus-7 rating and hasn't gone more than two games without appearing on the scoresheet since late October. Smith's consistent production and willingness to shoot the puck make him a terrific fantasy play in most formats. The Golden Knights are putting together an unbelievable debut season and the former Bruin is playing a key role.
Smith had a pair of helpers in Sunday's win over the Kings.
Smith has really fit in with his new club and is up to 16 points (six goals) in 19 contests. He's been a consistent source of production all season and has aided fantasy goers with three power-play tallies and 10 PIM. Smith's top-six role and spot on the power play makes him a lethal fantasy option in a wide variety of formats. He's on track for a very successful debut season with the Golden Knights following a disappointing final year in Florida. Get him in your lineup.
Smith collected a pair of assists -- one at even strength and another shorthanded -- in Friday's 5-2 home win over the Jets.
Five guys skating with armor dropped two points in this big home win, and Smith wasn't about to be left out of the fun. Now with five goals and eight assists on the season, the right winger is tied with James Neal at 13 points and only sits behind David Perron (14) for the team lead in that important fantasy category.
Smith scored twice in Tuesday's 6-4 loss to the Rangers.
Smith outmuscled his brother Brendan to a loose puck in front to give his team a 2-1 lead in the first period and restored that one-goal lead by scoring to make it 3-2 in the second. The two-time 50-point scorer is off to another productive start with four goals and five assists in 11 games with his new club.
Smith recorded a goal and three points in a 3-2 overtime victory against the Blues on Saturday.
Involved on all three Golden Knights goals, Smith scored picked up his first two points, including the goal, on the power play. Then with under 30 seconds left in overtime, he assisted William Karlsson's game-winner. The big night gives Smith two goals and seven points in seven games this season, putting him well ahead of his 15 goals and 37-point pace of 2016-17.