Campbell racked up a goal, an assist and a plus-4 rating Tuesday in a 7-4 win over Buffalo. That's now eight points in the last nine games for Campbell, a marked departure from his previously worse-than-mediocre work over the past year and a half. It's hard to say that this will continue, but he's definitely benefiting from the Panthers' team-wide improvement. And it's nice for him to have a big night at the expense of the Sabres, who drafted Campbell 19 years ago; he spent parts of eight seasons in a Buffalo sweater.
Campbell racked up two helpers -- both on the power play -- in Tuesday's 5-1 win over Toronto. The good times keep rolling for Campbell, who is now riding a four-game point streak. The 36-year-old defenseman is an impressive plus-16 and is on pace for the eighth 30-point season of his NHL career, so it wouldn't hurt to pick him up while he's hot.
Campbell scored his third goal of the season in 24:12 of ice time in Friday's win over Chicago. That's points in back-to-back games for Campbell, who was named second star of the game Friday. The 36-year-old is having a quiet year offensively with just 16 points in 47 games, but he's playing a huge role for the Panthers, averaging 21:38 of ice time and sporting a plus-14 rating. The puck-moving blueliner remains a decent offensive contributor, but at age 36, his 50-point days are likely over.
Campbell tallied an assist while logging 26:31 of ice time in Monday's defeat to Edmonton. At 36-years-old, Campbell is still producing at a high level and logging plenty of ice time. While he's down almost two minutes per game from last season, he's still capable of logging nearly a half-hour when called upon. He has two goals and 15 points this season including five assists on the power play and a shorthanded goal.
Campbell scored the game-winning goal in overtime Sunday against the Red Wings. Campbell doesn't get on the scoresheet often, and had been held without a point in his last five games coming into Sunday, but the goal was a big one to help deliver the Panthers the win. The 36-year-old has been a 50-point producer in the past, but with just nine points thus far (two goals, seven assists), he's unlikely to replicate those sorts of numbers.
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