Campbell was waived by the Blackhawks on Friday, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports.
Campbell has spent 33 games in the NHL, albeit with three different teams (Los Angeles, Arizona and Toronto). He hasn't played at hockey's highest level since the 2015-16 campaign.
Campbell, Marcus Kruger, MacKenzie Entwistle, Jordan Maletta and a 2019 fifth-round selection were dealt to the Blackhawks from the Coyotes on Thursday in exchange for Vinnie Hinostroza, Jordan Oesterle and a 2019 third-round pick.
Campbell spent the majority of his 2017-18 season with AHL Tucson, and he didn't appear in an NHL game despite several callups throughout the campaign. The veteran blueliner owns just two points -- both assists -- to his name in 42 career NHL games, making it unlikely Campbell will gain fantasy relevance at any point before he calls it quits.
Campbell was sent down Sunday to AHL Tucson, per the official AHL transaction log.
Despite being called up several times to Arizona, Campbell still hasn't appeared in an NHL contest this year. The 30-year-old has only notched six points (two goals, four assists) for AHL Tucson in 2017-18 as well, and will likely stay in the minors while the season wraps up unless injuries arise.
Campbell was recalled from AHL Tucson on Sunday.
The 30-year-old blueliner last played during the 2015-16 season, appearing in just six games for the Maple Leafs. There's no guarantee that Campbell will get a chance to enter the lineup, so he probably shouldn't be owned in fantasy leagues.
Campbell was sent to AHL Tucson on Monday, Craig Morgan of NHL.com reports.
Campbell didn't actually make it out on the ice during this stint with the Coyotes despite spending a week with the team. He'll be replaced on the roster by Kyle Capobianco, who will also likely be used as added defensive depth.
Campbell was recalled from AHL Tuscon on Saturday.
Campbell hasn't played in an NHL game since the Maple Leafs unleashed him for six contests in the 2015-16 campaign, and he's likely to remain a spare even with Niklas Hjalmarsson (upper body) still ailing.
Campbell was reassigned to AHL Tucson on Sunday.
The 29-year-old's recall lasted less than a week and didn't include any game action. With Jakob Chychrun (knee) set to make his season debut Sunday against the Golden Knights, Campbell was sent down to make room.
Campbell was called up from AHL Tuscon on Wednesday.
The 29-year-old defenseman has only appeared in 42 career NHL games between the Kings, Leafs and Coyotes. However, Niklas Hjalmarsson is currently hampered by an upper-body injury, so Campbell will be on hand in case Hjalmarsson can't give it a go Thursday in Calgary.
Campbell was waived by the Coyotes on Tuesday, James Mirtle of The Athletic Toronto reports.
The 'Yotes have completely retooled their right defense, using free agency and trades to stuff the roster with experienced skaters. Jason Demers, Niklas Hjalmarsson and Luke Schenn are now in the desert, rendering Campbell expendable. Given that he's a 29-year-old with only 42 NHL games (with the Avalanche) under his belt, we can confidently say that he shouldn't be rostered in any fantasy league.
Campbell secured a one-year, two-way deal with Arizona on Saturday.
With a plethora of young talent in Toronto, Campbell was never able to crack the Leafs' lineup last season -- instead spending the year down with AHL Toronto. While in the minors, the towering blueliner notched six goals and 16 assists along with an impressive plus-20 rating. The 29-year-old should have a better chance of securing regular minutes in the desert, where the team is once again rebuilding -- as it seems to be every year.
Campbell was placed on waivers by Toronto on Sunday, Bob McKenzie of TSN reports.
Campbell was an unlikely candidate to earn a roster spot out of training camp and has expectedly received the axe Sunday. He should pass through waivers and would then be sent to AHL Toronto.
Campbell sustained an upper-body injury in Saturday's game against the Devils and will not return, Paul Hendrick of Leafs TV reports.
Campbell left after just 2:01 of ice time, but not before notching a secondary assist on a P.A. Parenteau goal -- his first and only point with the parent club this campaign. Hopefully the injury ends up being a non-issue, as Campbell is one of many prospects that earned valuable time in the NHL to expedite his professional development. This season, the 6-foot-4, 206-pound defenseman has collected 23 points in 65 games with the Marlies, the first team to have clinched a spot in the AHL playoffs.
Campbell was recalled from AHL Toronto on Thursday.
Campbell has yet to make his season debut but has proven to be a sound shutdown man with the Marlies, having recorded a plus-39 rating in 65 games. The Leafs are looking at as many players from their minor-league system as possible, hence moving eight players around the organizational ranks Thursday.
Campbell has signed a two-way contract with the Maple Leafs.The two-way contract gives the parent club the luxury of paying Campbell comparatively less money while he's in the minors. Last season, with the Coyotes, he went minus-13 with a single assist for his only point in 33 games.
Campbell has just one point and a minus-12 rating in 30 games with the Coyotes this season.Even by the standards of defensive-minded blueliners, that is an ugly offensive line. Campbell's path to a regular lineup spot is clear the rest of the way after Brandon Gormley was reassigned to AHL Portland over the weekend, but there's almost no upside to be had in owning him.
Campbell was recalled from AHL Portland on Monday, Sarah McLellan of the Arizona Republic reports.Campbell will fill in on the blue line with Zbynek Michalek (upper body) sidelined with an injury. In his first stint with the NHL club, the 26-year-old recorded a minus-1 rating in his one game of action. In 40 games with AHL Portland, Campbell has tallied three goals and nine assists.
The Coyotes assigned Campbell to AHL Portland on Sunday.Campbell made his Coyotes debut in Saturday's 5-2 loss to the Bruins. Campbell was just filling in for Connor Murphy while he was injured so Campbell was never expected to stay in the NHL for very long. The 26-year-old defenseman has three goals and five assists through 20 games in the AHL this season.
Campbell was recalled from AHL Portland on Friday.Campbell will be stepping in on the Coyotes' blue line for David Schlemko, who was assigned to Portland in a corresponding move. The 26-year-old had eight points in 20 AHL games and will probably serve as the club's seventh defenseman once Connor Murphy (upper body) returns to action.
Campbell signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Coyotes on Tuesday, Sarah McLellan of the Arizona Republic reports.Campbell made three appearances for the Kings last season, but was otherwise a full-timer at AHL Manchester, logging three goals and 13 assists over 69 games. Another season of AHL duty -- this time at Portland -- appears to be in store for Campbell.
Campbell was recalled from AHL Manchester on Friday, LA Kings Insider reports.Campbell, 26, has never played in an NHL game. He has 16 points in 68 AHL games this season, and he'll help with depth while Drew Doughty (upper body) is sidelined.
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