Campbell made 27 saves Saturday in a 6-5 win over Ottawa. The win set an NHL record for most consecutive wins to start a season. Campbell became the first goaltender in NHL history to win his first 11 games in a season. Carey Price held the previous high-water mark with 10 in 2016-17. Overall, it was a messy affair in both ends and neither goalie was especially sharp. But the affable Campbell never let the flurry in front of him get to him and the victory was his. He entered the game with a 1.57 GAA and .944 save percentage, so Saturday's game will inflate those a little. Campbell firmly has the top spot in his clutches and Frederik Andersen's (lower body) return is nowhere in sight.
Campbell will get the starting nod for Saturday's home contest against Ottawa, Terry Koshan of The Toronto Sun reports. Campbell is a perfect 10-0-0 this season, with seven of those wins coming since March 20. The 29-year-old is sporting a 1.57 GAA and .944 save percentage on the season. He's beaten the Senators twice this season, allowing a combined four goals on 50 shots.
Campbell stopped 32 of 34 shots Wednesday in a 3-2 win over Montreal. Corey Perry, who scored both Montreal goals, was the only Canadien to solve Campbell, who improved to a perfect 10-0-0 on the season. The 29-year-old Campbell owns a .944 save percentage on the year and will continue to carry the load while Frederik Andersen (lower body) remains out.
Campbell will guard the home net in Wednesday's game versus the Canadiens, Kristen Shilton of TSN.ca reports. Campbell has won all nine of his starts with the Maple Leafs this season while posting a .944 save percentage and a 1.53 GAA. He's making a strong case to be the No. 1 even when Frederik Andersen (lower body) is healthy. The Canadiens have won four of their last five games, though, averaging 3.8 goals in the process.
Campbell turned aside 26 of 29 shots in Monday's 5-3 win over the Flames. Campbell's perfect remained intact despite the Flames' push in the third period. The 29-year-old goalie improved to 9-0-0 with a 1.53 GAA and a .944 save percentage in nine outings. He's been the Maple Leafs' primary goalie with Frederik Andersen (lower body) sidelined, so Campbell should be favored to start Wednesday's home game versus the Canadiens.
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