Stanley Philip "The Steamer" Smyl - Born January 28, 1958 in Glendon, Alberta is a Canadian retired ice Hockey right winger / centre, assistant coach, coach and current executive with Vancouver Canucks.
- Mowat Cup Champion 1975 with Bellingham Blazers.
- Ed Chynoweth Cup (President's Cup) Champion 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978 with New Westminster Bruins.
- Memorial Cup Champion 1977 and 1978 with New Westminster Bruins.
- Stafford Smythe Memorial Trophy Winner (Memorial Cup MVP) 1978 and named to All-Star team.
Memorial Cup finalist 1975, 1976.
Smyl remains the only player to play in four consecutive Memorial Cup Finals. (He only played 3 playoff games for the Bruins in 1975)
- Bronze Medal Winner at 1978 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships with Canada.
- Clarence S. Campbell Bowl Champion 1982 (player) 1994 (assistant coach), 2011 (executive) with Vancouver Canucks.
- Silver Medal Winner at 1985 World Ice Hockey Championships with Canada.
- NHL Presidents' Trophy Champion 2011, 2012 (executive) with Vancouver Canucks.
Stan Smyl was inducted into the BC Hockey Hall of Fame in 2000.
Stan Smyl was inducted into the BC Sports Hall of Fame in 2005.
The Vancouver Canucks retired Stan Smyl's #12 on November 3, 1991 at Pacific Coliseum. The 1st Canucks player to receive this honour.