Florida Panthers
Florida Panthers
Brian Campbell
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BrianCampbell
POSITION: Defenseman
HEIGHT: 5' 10"
SHOOTS: Left
WEIGHT: 192
BIRTHDATE: 05/23/1979
AGE: 37
BIRTHPLACE: Strathroy, ON, CAN
DRAFTED: BUF: 1997-156 overall
AWARDS:
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy (1)
 
2014-15:
Completed his 15th NHL season, fourth with Florida...One of 2 Panthers players to appear in all 82 games...Played full season for fifth consecutive season Apr. 11 vs. NJD...Has played a team-high 304 consecutive regular season games dating back to his days with the Chicago Blackhawks which began on Mar. 23, 2011 vs. FLA...Two assists  in his 900th NHL game Feb. 28 vs. BUF...Two assists Feb. 17
vs. TOR... Multi-point game (0-2—2) Feb. 10 vs. ANA...Notched points in three consecutive games (0-3—3) Jan. 27-31...Recorded goals in back-to-back games (Jan. 9-11)...Recorded his second goal of the season Jan. 9 at CGY...Notched an assist and led the team with 25:37 TOI Nov. 22 at NSH...Owned a two-game point streak (1-2-3) (Nov. 14-16)...Recorded two assists Nov. 16 at ANA...Recorded his first goal
of the season Nov. 14 vs. NYI...Recorded an assist and two shots Nov. 1 vs. PHI...Hit a two-game assist streak (0-2-2) Oct. 9 at TBL to Oct. 11 vs. NJD......Recorded an assist in season opener Oct. 9 at TBL...Named Alternate Captain of the Panthers on Oct. 6.

2013-14:
Completed his 14th NHL season, third with Florida...Only Panther to play in all 82 games, third straight season played in every regular season game...Led Panthers with 30 assists...Picked up a goal and an assist Mar. 14 vs. NJD...Notched a pair of assists Feb. 4 vs. TOR...Recorded 100th point as a Panther (assist) Jan. 14 vs. NYI...Had two-game point streak (1-2-3: Dec. 28-29)...Recorded a goal and an assist Dec. 29 vs. MTL...Had two-game point streak (2-1-3: Nov. 10-12)...Recorded two goals, including 400th NHL career point on Nov. 10 at NYR...Picked up two assists Oct. 3 at DAL.

2012-13:
Completed his 13th NHL season, second with Florida...Recorded an assist Apr. 23 vs. NYR... Recorded a goal and an assist Apr. 20 at NJD...Played in 750th career NHL game Apr. 16 at NYI...Recorded PPG Mar. 21 at NYR...Tallied a pair of points (1-1-2) Feb. 28 vs. BUF...Recorded three points (1-2-3) Feb. 26 vs. PIT...Had three-game point streak from Jan. 31- Feb. 5 (2-1-3)...Recorded an assist Jan. 22 at MTL and another Jan. 24 vs. OTT...Scored a pair of power play goals Jan. 19 vs. CAR.

2011-12:
Completed his 12th NHL season, first with Florida...Led all NHL skaters with 26:53 TOI/game...Finished T-2nd among NHL defensemen with 53 points...Second in NHL with 30 power play assists...Was one of three Panthers to skate in all 82 games (Fleischmann, Weaver)...Tied FLA record for defensemen with 49th assist Apr. 5 at WSH...Recorded 30th PPA Apr. 3 vs WPG...Recorded two assists in
700th NHL game, 31:59 TOI Mar. 23 vs. EDM...Had two assists Mar. 20 at PHI...Recorded three assists Mar. 15 vs. BOS...Had goal on four shots Feb. 26 vs. MTL...Career-high 32:51 TOI and assist Feb. 23 vs. MIN...Finished with 30:32 TOI Feb. 19 vs. ANA...Had 3-game assist streak (3, 2/12-2/17)...Recorded an assist, +7 and 21:40 TOI led all skaters in All-Star Game Jan. 29...Registered three assists Dec. 27 vs.
TOR...Had 3-game point streak (1-2-3, 12/18-22)..Finished with goal on Dec. 20 vs. PHX...Assist on GWG Dec. 18 vs. CAR...Recorded three assists Feb. 5 vs. WSH...Assist and +3 rating Nov. 15 at DAL...Recorded first goal with FLA and 28:15 TOI Nov. 6 vs. TBL...Had two assists Oct. 31 vs. WPG...Tied career high and franchise record for defensemen with four assists Oct. 17 at TBL...Had two assists and led all skaters with 30:04 of ice time in FLA debut Oct. 8 at NYI. Post-Season: Played in all seven playoff games....Scored GWG, registered an assist and led team in TOI 21:55 in Game Three at New Jersey on Apr. 17. Awards: Was awarded the Lady Byng Memorial Trophy, for gentlemanly conduct combined with a high standard of playing ability. Campbell was the first defenseman to win the Lady Byng since 1954 and third
in NHL history.

2010-11:
Completed his 11th NHL season, third with the Blackhawks...Ranked third among Blackhawks defensemen with 27 points (5-22-27) in 65 regular season tilts... Ranked 12th in the NHL with a team-best +28 plus/minus rating, equaling a career-best...
Logged a season-high 31:38 of ice time on Apr. 1 at CBJ...Notched his second multi-point effort of the season with a goal and an assist on Mar. 2 vs. CGY...Fired a season-high six shots on goal on Feb. 4 at VAN...Netted his first goal of the season on Nov. 3 vs. NJD...Made his regular-season debut on Nov. 1 at NYR...Missed first 14 games of the season due to injury suffered in training camp...Missed 17 games
due to injury over three different stretches (10/7-30, 3/9, 3/14-20).

2009-10:
Completed his tenth NHL season, second with Chicago...
Ranked second among team defensemen in goals (7), assists (31) and points (38) in 68 regular-season contests ...Tied for the team-lead among blueliners with three PPG...Posted eight multi-point games...Missed Mar. 17 game at Anaheim due to injury, ending consecutive games streak at 388, second-longest among active NHL blueliners prior to its conclusion...Registered assists in four straight games from
(12/23-29)...Netted two goals and an assist over a three-game point streak from (12/16-20)...Collected a pair of assists in a win at PIT on Dec. 5...Recorded five helpers over a three-game stretch from (11/19-22)...Logged a season-high 28:14 of ice time on Nov. 6 at COL....Tallied multiple assists in back-to-back games on Oct. 12 and 14 and points in three consecutive games (10/12-15, 0-5-5)...Missed final 14 games of regular-season due to injury...Posted one goal and four assists in 19 postseason tilts while helping the Blackhawks to the 2010 Stanley Cup Championship...Collected the primary assist on Patrick Kane’s Cup-clinching goal in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final
on Jun. 9 in PHI...Led all defensemen and tied for the overall NHL lead with a +11 plus/minus rating in the Playoffs.

2008-09:
Completed his ninth NHL season, first with the Blackhawks...Paced Chicago defensemen with 45 assists and 52 points and ranked third among team blueliners with seven goals while appearing in all 82 regular-season contests during his Blackhawks debut...Tied for second on the club with 45 assists and ranked fifth with 52 points...Led NHL defensemen with 31 assists and 35 points on the road...Tied for third among
league blueliners in assists (45) and finished 10th in points (52), the most by a CHI defenseman in 13 years...Recorded 24 of his 52 points on the power play (4-20-24), third-best on the club...Named to the starting lineup for the Western Conference in the 2009 NHL All-Star Game in Montreal, posting an assist in his third career appearance in the league’s midseason classic...Tied for fourth among NHL defensemen with eight assists and 10 points in 17 matchups at the conclusion of the conference finals... Ranked second among club blueliners with two goals...Matched a postseason-high two assists in both Game 5 (May 9) and Game 6 (May 11) of the WCSF against VAN...Netted his second goal of the playoffs on May 5 in Game 3 of the WCSF against VAN...Netted a goal on Apr. 27 against CGY (Game 6 of the WCQF), snapping a streak of 49 games without a marker dating back to the regular season...Dished out a postseason-high two
assists on Apr. 22 at CGY...Notched his 200th career NHL assist vs. MTL on Mar. 31...Led CHI with a +5 plus/minus rating during the conference semifinals...Appeared on the ice for 113 of Chicago’s 260 goals, the most on the club...Ranked third on the club in time on ice (22:34)...Finished the regular season on a four-game assist streak, collecting five helpers during that span...Posted a season-high +4 rating on Jan. 6 against PHX...Potted his first GWG as a member of the Blackhawks on Dec. 16 at EDM...Logged a season-high 31:47 time on ice on Nov. 18 against PHX...Posted 10 multiple-point performances, including a season-high three points (1-2-3) on Nov. 16 vs. SJS... Registered points in a season-best five consecutive matchups from (10/25-11/3), accruing an assist in each matchup...Posted two assists in a game six times...Netted his first goal in a Blackhawks uniform on Oct. 15 vs. PHX...Finished the regular season having appeared in 320 consecutive game, the second-longest active streak among NHL blueliners behind Jay Bouwmeester.

2007-08:
Completed his eighth NHL season, first with San Jose...Ranked second among NHL defensemen with 54 assists and tied for third with 62 points – both career highs – in 83 regular-season games... Established a career best with a six-game point/assist streak from Mar. 21 to Apr. 1, racking up one goal and six helpers...Started the season with BUF, his eighth campaign with the team, notching five goals and 38 assists before being traded to SJS on Feb. 26...Acquired by San Jose from Buffalo along with a seventh round selection in the 2008 NHL Entry Draft for Steve Bernier and a first round selection in the 2008 NHL Entry Draft...Collected 19 points (3-16-19) in the final 20
regular-season contests of the season with the Sharks....Accrued seven points (1-6-7) in 13 Stanley Cup Playoff games with SJS...Racked up 13 multi-point outings, which includes nine with two or more assists...Potted a goal in the 2007 NHL Winter Classic on Jan. 1 in Buffalo’s 2-1 shootout loss against PIT...Named the Sabres’ captain for the month of Dec....Notched a season-best in points with four assists on Oct. 13 against WSH while with BUF... Represented the Sabres in the 2008 NHL All-Star Game, his second consecutive appearance in the mid-season classic.

2006-07:
Completed his seventh NHL season, seventh with Buffalo...Paced BUF defensemen with 42 assists and 48 points in 82 games...Named captain for the month of Dec....Registered seven points (4-3-7) in 16 playoff games to help
the squad reach the Eastern Conference Finals.  

2005-06:
Completed his sixth NHL season, sixth with Buffalo...Potted a career-high 12
goals, leading team defensemen...Paced club blueliners in assists (32) and points (44)...Five of his 12 markers were game-winners, tied for the most on the team and third-best among league blueliners...Skated in his first career NHL All-Star Game...Netted his first career two-goal game on Nov. 17 against WAS...Accrued six assists in 18 postseason contests to help the team reach Game 7 of the Eastern
Conference Finals.

2004-05:
Skated with Jokerit Helsinki of the Finnish League during the NHL lockout, collecting 12 goals and 25 points in 44 outings.  

2003-04:
Completed his fifth NHL season, fifth with Buffalo...Registered eight assists and 11 points in 53 games with BUF.  

2002-03:
Completed his fourth NHL season, fourth with the Buffalo...Spent his first full season in the NHL, racking up 17 assists and 19
points in 65 outings with Buffalo.  

2001-02:
Completed his third NHL season, third with the Sabres...Notched six points (3-3-6) in 29 games...Recorded 35 assists and 37 points in 45 contests with the AHL’s Rochester Americans.

2000-2001:
Completed his second NHL season, second with Buffalo...Appeared in eight games with Buffalo, accruing two PIM...Tied for the lead among Americans defensemen
with 32 points (7-25-32)...Selected to the Canadian Team in the AHL All-Star Classic.

1999-2000:
Completed his first NHL season, first with Buffalo... Made his NHL debut, collecting one goal and five points in 12 contests with BUF ... Ranked second among Americans
defensemen with 26 points (2-24-26) in 67 outings ... Dished out three assists in 21 Calder Cup Playoff games to help Rochester reach
the Calder Cup Finals.

1998-99:
Captured the Memorial Cup with the Ottawa 67’s while being named the Canadian Major Junior Player of the Year ... Led OHL defensemen with 87 points (12-75-87) en route to being named the OHL MVP and an OHL First All-Star ... Awarded the George Parsons Trophy as the Memorial Cup Tournament’s Most Sportsmanlike Player ... Made his professional debut when
he skated in two postseason games with the Rochester Americans.

1997-98:
Netted 53 points (14-39-53) in 66 regular season contests with Ottawa and 15 points (1-14-15) in 13 postseason outings.

1996-97:
Racked up 36 assists and 43 points in 66 regular-season tilts with the 67’s and 13 points (2-11-13) in 24 postseason matchups helping the squad reach the OHL Finals.

1995-96:
Made his junior debut, posting 22 assists and 27 points in 66 regular season tilts before accruing one assist in four postseason matchups.
 
INTERNATIONAL:
2014: Was a member of Team Canada for the 2014 World Championship, notching two assists in eight games played. 1999: Won a Silver Medal for Canada at the 1999 World Junior Championship, posting two points (1-1-2) in seven games.

ETC:
Won the 2012 Lady Byng Trophy (Most Sportsmanlike), first defenseman to win award since 1954...Named to NHL All-Star Game (2012, 2009, 2008, 2007)...2010 Stanley Cup Champion (w/CHI)...won 2010 Stanley Cup with teammate Dave Bolland and Assistant Coach John Madden...Played with Florida teammates Dave Bolland (2008-11), Brandon Pirri (2010-13), Dylan Olsen (2011-12) and Assistant Coach John Madden (2009-10) for CHI... Won Silver Medal in 1999 with Florida teammate Roberto Luongo.