Campbell turned aside 21 of 24 shots in a 4-2 loss to Montreal on Monday.
After an NHL-record 11 straight wins to open the season, Campbell was finally handed a defeat when Montreal's Josh Anderson broke a 2-2 tie on a 2-on-1 rush late in the second period. Campbell has allowed eight goals over his last two starts, but the overall numbers remain strong with a 1.98 GAA and .930 save percentage in 12 appearances on the year. He's locked in as Toronto's No. 1 netminder with Frederik Andersen (lower body) still sidelined.
Campbell will defend the road goal in Monday's game versus the Canadiens, David Alter of The Hockey News reports.
Campbell made 27 saves in Saturday's 6-5 win over the Senators, setting an NHL record with 11 straight wins to start a season. The 29-year-old has registered a .934 save percentage and a 1.88 GAA this season. The Canadiens are in a bit of a slump with losses in four of their last five games while totaling just 10 goals.
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.
Campbell will start in Monday's road game versus the Flames, Mark Masters of TSN.ca reports.
Michael Hutchison will start Sunday's game against the Flames. Campbell didn't practice Saturday as the Maple Leafs continue to manage his reps. However, head coach Sheldon Keefe reiterated that it is nothing more than extra rest, and the 29-year-old will be ready for Monday's game. Campbell has recorded a .951 save percentage and an 8-0-0 record this season. Start him in fantasy without a second thought.
Campbell stopped 31 shots in regulation and overtime, and all three shootout attempts he faced, in Friday's 2-1 win over the Jets.
Andrew Copp was able to convert a 2-on-1 break in the second period, but otherwise Campbell shut down the Winnipeg attack completely. The 29-year-old continues to enjoy a fairytale season in Toronto, going 8-0-0 with a 1.35 GAA and .951 save percentage, and it's hard to imagine Frederik Andersen (lower body) getting the starting job back once he gets healthy.
Campbell will guard the road goal Friday versus the Jets.
Campbell will make his fifth start in the last six games. He's won his previous four games, with just six goals allowed in that span. The 29-year-old goalie has a 7-0-0 record this year, but the Jets remain a high-octane offense that is sure to provide Campbell with a challenge Friday.
Campbell (lower body) stopped 26 of 27 shots in a 3-1 win over Winnipeg on Wednesday.
Toronto has been careful not to overwork Campbell following his injury but the formula is working so far. The 29-year-old allowed just a Josh Morrissey power-play goal Wednesday en route to his fourth straight win since returning to the active roster, and Campbell boasts a shiny .945 save percentage in those four games. He remains unbeaten (7-0-0) in seven appearances overall, posting a 1.41 GAA and .948 save percentage with a pair of shutouts. Whenever Toronto starts him, so too should fantasy managers.
Campbell (lower body) will be between the pipes on the road against Winnipeg on Wednesday, David Alter of The Hockey News reports.
Campbell remains undefeated this season, winning all six of his appearances while posting a 1.48 GAA, two shutouts and a .945 save percentage. The Jets have averaged 3.80 goals in their last five outings and will be one of the most potent offenses Campbell faces this year.
Campbell (lower body) won't suit up for Monday's game versus the Oilers, Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet reports.
The Maple Leafs have been managing Campbell's reps since he returned from a lower-body injury. It's a bit concerning that Campbell didn't practice the last two days, but the expectation is that he'll be available to start Wednesday's road game versus the Jets. Michael Hutchison will start Monday while Veini Vehvilainen will serve as the backup.
Campbell made 17 saves Saturday in a 4-3 OT win over the Oilers.
He wasn't sharp, plain and simple, but his teammates bailed him out in a comeback win. Campbell has won three consecutive games this month since taking over for the injured Frederik Andersen (lower body). Toronto sports radio is brewing a goalie controversy, but we don't think Campbell has done enough to suggest he's the guy that can lead them into the postseason. His confidence is strong and the team plays well in front of him, though. So, short term, Campbell is a solid play while the Great Dane heals.
Campbell will guard the home goal during Saturday's matchup with the Oilers, Mark Masters of TSN.ca reports.
Campbell has been sharp recently, picking up back-to-back wins over the Flames and the Senators while posting an impressive 0.96 GAA and .968 save percentage. He'll try to secure his sixth victory of the campaign in a matchup with a hot Edmonton team that's gone 7-3-0 in its last 10 games.
Campbell made 29 saves in a 3-2 overtime win over the Senators on Thursday night.
Campbell played a strong game, except for two mistakes resulted in goals. The first goal was scored after he attempted a clearing pass that ricocheted off a Senator's skate and onto Connor Brown's stick, who drilled it home past a sprawling Campbell. It was the first goal he had allowed in 152:20. The second goal was an equally awkward gaffe -- he turned the puck over after misplaying it in his crease, and the Sens pounced. Campbell will continue to carve out starts with Freddy Andersen (lower body) sidelined for up to a week.
Campbell will patrol the crease in Thursday's road game versus the Senators, James Mirtle of The Athletic reports.
Campbell was unbeatable in his last start Saturday against the Flames, turning aside all 31 shots he faced en route to his fourth win and second shutout of the campaign. He'll attempt to secure a second straight victory in a road matchup with an Ottawa team that's averaging 2.56 goals per game this campaign, 24th in the NHL.
Campbell made 31 saves in a 2-0 win over Calgary on Saturday.
It was his first start since Feb. 27 after missing eight games with a lower-body injury. And interestingly enough, it was Campbell's second-straight shutout. Cue the goalie controversy. Frederik Andersen has been average at best this season and Campbell, when healthy, has been sharp. He swallows pucks, leaving minimal rebounds, and the team plays well in front of him. Andersen is dealing with a lower-body injury that caused him to miss four-games from Feb. 22 to March 1, so Campbell may be the defacto starter because of injury, at least short term. If he keeps playing this well, Campbell will ignite the airwaves on Toronto sports radio.
Campbell will face the Flames at home Saturday, Kristen Shilton of TSN.ca reports.
Campbell served as Frederik Andersen's backup Friday against Calgary and will be stationed between the pipes for Saturday's rematch. It will be his first start since Feb. 27, as he missed eight games with a lower-body issue. The 29-year-old has been terrific in his limited time this season, going 3-0-0 with a 1.33 GAA and a .951 save percentage.
Campbell (lower body) will serve as Frederik Andersen's backup during Friday's matchup with Calgary, NHL.com's Dave McCarthy reports.
Campbell has been sidelined since Feb. 28 with a lower-body injury, but he'll make his long-awaited return to the lineup Friday in a backup capacity. The 29-year-old backstop has been excellent in limited action this season, going 3-0-0 while posting an impressive 1.33 GAA and .951 save percentage through three appearances. His next chance to start in goal could arrive as soon as Saturday in a rematch with the Flames.
|Last 7 Games|
|04/12||@ MON||L 2-4||1||3||21||24|
|04/10||vs OTT||W 6-5||1||5||27||32|
|04/07||vs MON||W 3-2||1||2||32||34|
|04/05||@ CGY||W 5-3||1||3||26||29|
|04/02||@ WPG||W 2-1 (SO)||1||1||31||32|
|03/31||@ WPG||W 3-1||1||1||26||27|
|03/27||vs EDM||W 4-3 (OT)||1||3||17||20|
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