Jack Campbell, G

Shoots: L

Height: 6-2

Weight: 185

Born: 1992-01-09

Hometown: Port Huron, MI

Drafted: 2010 by Dallas Stars, 10th Overall

 

 

 

 

 

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March 2014 - Campbell extended his winning-streak to six games as the Stars downed the Heat 3-1 on March 4 in Abbotsford. Stopping 23 of 24 shots in his first full game back since December 18, Campbell also continued his streak of having not allowed more than two goals in any AHL appearance so far this season. Recording 149 saves on 157 shots faced (.949), Campbell continues to make a case for the starting job in Cedar Park if he can remain healthy leading up to April's Calder Cup playoffs. Clayton Bailey

 

March 2014 - Returning to the Texas Stars' lineup against the Rampage following a lingering knee injury that's kept him inactive since December 18, Campbell stood tall out of the gate by making saves on forward Logan Shaw and defenseman Matt Gilroy. Soon after, the game was called just 7:59 into the first period due to poor ice conditions at the AT&T Center in San Antonio. The Stars and Rampage will resume play on March 27 at 7 p.m. CT with Texas leading 2-0 and 12:01 remaining in the opening frame. Clayton Bailey

 

February 2014 - Campbell continues to be sidelined with an ailing knee injury that has kept him out of the Stars' lineup since Dec. 18. The 22-year old remains undefeated through five AHL starts with Texas this season, registering a 1.40 goals against average and a .947 save percentage. Idaho Steelhead (ECHL) goaltender Josh Robinson has since appeared in 13 games serving as backup to starter Cristopher Nilstorp. As of Feb. 6, no timetable has been set for Campbell's return. Clayton Bailey

 

December 2014 - Campbell improved his winning streak to five games with an AHL season-high 30 save performance in the Stars' 4-2 win against San Antonio on Dec. 18. Serving as backup to starter Cristopher Nilstorp, Campbell continues to make the most of limited opportunity. Stopping 124 of 131 shots faced, he's yet to allow more than two goals in a game for the Texas Stars this season. Clayton Bailey


November 2013 - Campbell earned his first career NHL start in Anaheim on Sunday, Oct. 20. Despite a stellar 41 save performance, the Ducks, who were riding a six game winning streak, went on to win the game 6-3 in regulation. With starting goaltender Kari Lehtonen re-activated from injured reserve, Campbell has since been sent back to the Texas Stars (AHL) where he backs up goaltender Cristopher Nilstorp. In two appearances for Texas, Campbell is 2-0 on the season thus far. Clayton Bailey


May 2013 - This season saw Campbell add a degree of on-ice maturity to his game which had been lacking. Stars goalie coach Mike Valley also worked on slowing Campbell's game down and making him calmer in net. The result was Campbell taking another positive step forward. He finished with a record of 19-13-3 in his first full pro season. He split time with Cristopher Nilstorp during the regular season, but served as the backup during the playoffs. Campbell did not see any action in the Stars nine playoff games. Rex Doty


March 2013 - The Dallas Stars have recalled goaltender Jack Campbell from the Texas Stars of the AHL. With back to back games scheduled March 20th and 21st, there is a good chance that Campbell will get the opportunity to make his NHL debut. In 32 games this season with the Texas Stars, Campbell has a 14-10-3-3 record and sits with a 2.59 GAA and 0.906 save percentage. Keep an eye on Campbell as he could earn a few more starts if Kari Lehtonen is sidelined with any type of injury. Brendan Ross

 

December 2012 - Struggled in his AHL debut in March of 2012, giving up 26 goals on 223 shots. Showed some improvement, but not a lot, early on in 2012-13 for Texas. But Campbell's time has been limited due to Cristopher Nilstorp's arrival. Still on the right track, but progress will take time. Dobber

 

December 2011 – Jack Campbell ought to start wearing a Team USA jersey under his Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds sweater. He’d probably never allow another goal in OHL competition. Traded to the Soo in the off-season after a disappointing debut with Windsor in 10-11, Campbell’s faced a litany of shots for a Greyhounds team that hasn’t been able to score that many themselves. While facing a lot of action isn’t the worst thing for a goalie prospect, it’s likely not the kind of major junior career Campbell- or the Stars- envision when he gave up a commitment to Michigan. Rex Doty

 

Fantasy Outlook: C+

 

While Lehtonen's injury track record suggests he won't remain healthy for a full 82-game season, it's possible Campbell gets more opportunities to be called up again. Until then, Campbell looks to continue his development in Texas where he will receive much more consistent playing time.

 

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