Floyd Robert Donald Smith - Born May 16, 1935 in Perth, Ontario is a Canadian retired ice Hockey centre/right winger, coach, scout and general manager.
- Calder Cup Champion 1960 and 1962 with Springfield Indians and 1973 as coach of the Cincinnati Swords.
- Prince of Wales Trophy Champion as NHL regular season champions 1964-65 with Detroit Red Wings.
- Stanley Cup Finalist - 1963, 1964, 1966 with Detroit Red Wings and 1975 as coach of the Buffalo Sabres.
First NHL game on March 10, 1955 at Boston Garden playing for the Boston Bruins.
First NHL goal vs Johnny Bower of the Toronto Maple Leafs on January 29, 1961 at Madison Square Garden at 12:19 of the 1st playing for the New York Rangers.
Floyd Smith was the 1st Captain in Buffalo Sabres History 1970.
Smith played 616 regular season NHL games, scoring 129 goals, 178 assists (307 points) and 48 NHL playoff games, scoring 12 goals, 11 assists.