Campbell yielded two goals on 22 shots in Monday's 3-1 loss to the Canadiens in Game 7. The third goal was an empty-netter.
The two goals allowed by Campbell came on a turnover and a power-play deflection, but that was enough to stick him with a third straight loss. After a Game 4 shutout to put the Maple Leafs up 3-1 in the series, Campbell surrendered nine goals on 83 shots in the last three games, all of which the Canadiens won. The 29-year-old is the only NHL-level goalie the Maple Leafs currently have under contract heading into 2021-22.
Campbell is slated to guard the crease at home for Monday's Game 7 against Montreal, Kristen Shilton of TSN.ca reports.
After a strong start to the playoffs in which Campbell gave up just four goals on 114 shots (.965 save percentage) in four outings, the netminder has struggled with a 3.08 GAA in Games 5 and 6. With Carey Price getting the nod on the other side, Campbell will need to be at his best for the Leafs to avoid a disappointing first-round exit from the playoffs -- again.
Campbell gave up three goals on 31 shots in Saturday's 3-2 overtime loss to the Canadiens in Game 6.
Campbell held off the Canadiens for two periods before they struck twice in a span of 1:17 during the third. Both goals came with Maple Leafs in the penalty box. His teammates rallied to force overtime and dominated the extra session, but a Travis Dermott turnover led to Jesperi Kotkaniemi beating Campbell for the decisive goal. The 29-year-old netminder has allowed seven goals in the last two games, both overtime losses, after giving up just four tallies in the first four contests in the series. Frederik Andersen would be the next most likely option to start in Monday's Game 7 should head coach Sheldon Keefe not want to deploy Campbell.
Campbell will guard the road cage during Saturday's Game 6 matchup with Montreal, David Alter of The Hockey News reports.
Campbell wasn't great in Thursday's Game 5, surrendering four goals on 30 shots en route to a 4-3 loss to the Canadiens. The 29-year-old netminder will try to bounce back and help the Maple Leafs advance to the second round by picking up his fourth win of the playoffs over Montreal on Saturday.
Campbell allowed four goals on 30 shots in Thursday's 4-3 overtime loss to the Canadiens in Game 5.
Campbell got off to a rough start with all three goals allowed in the first 25 minutes of the game. The Maple Leafs rallied to force overtime, but an Alex Galchenyuk turnover led to Nick Suzuki's game-winning goal that snapped Campbell's three-game win streak. The 29-year-old netminder had allowed all of four goals in the first four games of the series combined. He'll look to get back on track in Saturday's Game 6 in Montreal.
Campbell will get the starting nod in Thursday's Game 5 home clash with Montreal, Jonas Siegel of The Athletic reports.
After dropping the first game of the series, Campbell is riding a three-game winning streak during which he conceded just two goals on 84 shots (.976 save percentage), including Tuesday's Game 4 shutout. Unless the 29-year-old lays a complete dud Thursday, this could mark the end of the Habs' season and set up a second-round clash with the Jets.
Campbell turned aside 32 shots in a 4-0 victory over Montreal in Game 4 on Tuesday.
Fresh off of a 17-3-2 regular season, Campbell has remained absolutely dialed in during the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. He's allowed just four goals on 114 shots (.965 save percentage) in the series while posting a miniscule 1.01 GAA, holding the Canadiens to just two goals over the last three tilts. Campbell and the Maple Leafs have a chance to finish off the Habs on Thursday in Game 5.
Campbell will start Tuesday's Game 4 at Montreal, Mark Masters of TSN.ca reports.
This comes as no surprise, as Campbell emerged victorious in Games 2 and 3, allowing just two goals combined. He played well in the Game 1 loss also, turning aside 28 of 30 shots in that one. He'll look to guide the Maple Leafs to a commanding 3-1 series lead with a win Tuesday.
Campbell turned aside 28 of 29 shots in a 2-1 win over Montreal in Game 3 on Monday.
Campbell was rock-solid, holding the Canadiens off the board until Nick Suzuki buried a snap shot from the right circle with 6:04 left in the second period. That was the extent of Montreal's offense the rest of the way as Campbell and the Maple Leafs grabbed a 2-1 series lead. Campbell owns a .951 save percentage through the first three games, but with a quick turnaround prior to Game 4 on Tuesday, Toronto could conceivably go with Frederik Andersen for the back end of the back-to-back.
Campbell will start Monday's Game 3 in Montreal, David Alter of The Hockey News reports.
Campbell has set aside 50 of 53 shots through two games, but a lack of goal support in the series opener has things squared at a game apiece. Riding Campbell in Game 3 is the obvious choice for Toronto, but the team will have a trickier decision on its hands in Tuesday's Game 4 since that will be the second leg of a back-to-back.
Campbell stopped 22 of 23 shots in Saturday's 5-1 win over the Canadiens in Game 2.
The 29-year-old goalie has allowed just three goals on 53 shots through the first two games of the series. Campbell has emerged as the Maple Leafs' No. 1 goalie, but with a back-to-back for Games 3 and 4 on Monday and Tuesday, he'll likely split the next two contests with Frederik Andersen.
Campbell will guard the home cage during Saturday's Game 2 versus Montreal, David Alter of The Hockey News reports.
Campbell was rock solid in Thursday's Game 1 against the Canadiens, stopping 28 of 30 shots, but he was ultimately saddled with his first career playoff loss due to insufficient goal support from his teammates. The 29-year-old backstop will attempt to secure his first career postseason victory in a rematch with the same Montreal squad Saturday.
Campbell got Friday off for maintenance, reports TSN.ca.
We don't think there's much to this other than rest. The Leafs only skated for 15 minutes and it probably takes Campbell longer than that to get dressed. However, he did miss time this season with a nagging leg injury, and there was a sequence in the third period of Game 1 when it appeared he was favoring his left leg. Campbell played well Thursday; neither goal in the 2-1 loss was on him.
Campbell allowed two goals on 30 shots in Thursday's 2-1 loss to the Canadiens in Game 1.
Campbell can't be stuck with all the blame for Thursday's loss -- both goals against came on strong efforts from the Canadiens that the Maple Leafs' defense wasn't ready for. The 29-year-old netminder had a 17-3-2 record with a 2.15 GAA and a .921 save percentage in 22 games during the regular season. He appears to be the favorite for playing time in goal to begin the playoffs, although Frederik Andersen gives head coach Sheldon Keefe an experienced alternative should Campbell falter.
Campbell will be between the pipes for Game 1 against Montreal on Thursday, Mike Zeisberger of NHL.com reports.
Campbell had a fantastic first full season in Toronto, rattling off a .921 save percentage and 2.15 GAA while going 17-3-2 with a pair of shutouts. More importantly, the Michigan native's recent form has been even better, as he went 6-1-1 with .925 and 1.99 marks in his last eight games. Thursday will mark Campbell's playoff debut in his age-29 season, as well.
Campbell allowed three goals on 23 shots in Friday's 4-2 loss to the Jets. The fourth goal was an empty-netter.
Campbell let a couple of one-goal leads slip away, and the Jets took control with Kyle Connor's second tally of the game in the third period. The 29-year-old Campbell ended 2020-21 with a 17-3-2 record, a 2.15 GAA and a .921 save percentage in 22 appearances. His strong play, combined with the rather shaky season from Frederik Andersen, muddies the waters when trying to figure out which goalie will start Game 1 versus the Canadiens on Thursday.
Campbell will guard the road goal during Friday's regular-season finale versus the Jets, Lance Hornby of The Toronto Sun reports.
Frederik Andersen is set to start Wednesday's road match against the Senators, so Campbell will get the nod for Friday's regular-season finale. Andersen has far more playoff experience than Campbell, who has yet to start a postseason contest since entering the league in 2013-14, but Campbell has been the far better netminder this season, so at this point it isn't clear which goalie the Maple Leafs will turn to for Game 1 of their first-round matchup with Montreal. Before that's determined, Campbell will attempt to secure his 18th win of the campaign in a road matchup with a Winnipeg team that's 12-13-2 at home this year.
Campbell made 21 saves in a 3-2 win over Montreal on Saturday.
Campbell helped the Leafs clinch first place in the North division. He's clearly secured the starting gig, but Freddie Andersen is working on a rehab stint in the AHL with the goal of an NHL start before season's end. The Leafs have two more games -- May 12 in Ottawa and May 14 in Winnipeg -- so Campbell may only get one more start this regular season.
Campbell is on track to start between the pipes in Saturday's home matchup with Montreal, Mark Masters of TSN.ca reports.
Campbell was decent in his last start Thursday against the Canadiens, turning aside 19 of 21 shots en route to a 5-2 win. He'll attempt to secure a second straight victory in a rematch with the same Montreal team Saturday.
Campbell made 20 saves on 22 shots in Monday's 5-2 win over the Canadiens.
Campbell was solid in the contest, avenging a 3-2 overtime loss from Monday. The 29-year-old goalie improved to 16-2-2 in 20 appearances this season. He also owns a 2.11 GAA and a .924 save percentage. He could get another look at the Canadiens if he draws the start Saturday.
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|05/29||@ MON||L 2-3 (OT)||1||3||28||31|
|05/27||vs MON||L 3-4 (OT)||1||4||26||30|
|05/25||@ MON||W 4-0||1||0||32||32|
|05/24||@ MON||W 2-1||1||1||28||29|
|05/22||vs MON||W 5-1||1||1||22||23|
|05/20||vs MON||L 1-2||1||2||28||30|
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