Campbell turned aside 26 of 28 shots in Friday's 2-1 loss to the Ducks.
Campbell had another strong outing, but the Maple Leafs only tallied once, thanks to a third-period goal by William Nylander. It's a second straight loss for Campbell, who fell to 11-12-3 with a 2.80 GAA and a .904 save percentage in 26 starts.
Campbell will tend the road twine against Anaheim on Friday, Mark Masters of TSN.ca reports.
Head coach Sheldon Keefe will deploy Frederik Andersen against the Kings -- Campbell's former team -- on Thursday, so Campbell will get the second game of the back-to-back. The 28-year-old has performed well for the Maple Leafs, posting a 3-1-1 record and a .913 save percentage. Since Campbell arrived, Andersen has a 4-4-0 record and an .884 mark. The matchup against Anaheim is a good opportunity for Campbell to earn more starts, as the Ducks rank 29th with 2.50 goals per game this year.
Campbell surrendered four goals on 37 shots in a 5-2 loss to the Sharks on Tuesday.
Campbell gave up two goals in a span of 50 seconds in the third period, which would prove to be a costly mistake despite the goalie's overall solid performance. It's his first regulation loss as a Leaf -- he's now 3-1-1 with 14 goals allowed in five starts. Overall, the 28-year-old netminder has an 11-11-3 record with a 2.82 GAA and a .903 save percentage in 25 appearances this year.
Campbell will defend the road cage against the Sharks on Tuesday, Mark Masters of TSN.ca reports.
Campbell will make his first start since Feb. 15 after Frederik Andersen made seven consecutive starts. Since being traded to Toronto, Campbell is 3-0-1 with a strong 2.40 GAA and .919 save percentage. He'll look to remain undefeated in regulation as a Maple Leaf against one of the league's lowest-scoring offenses in San Jose on Tuesday.
Campbell made 25 saves in a 4-2 win over Ottawa on Saturday.
Campbell is now 4-0-1 in five starts in blue and white. His goals-against average isn't much better than it was in La-La Land, but his save percentage sure is (.919 vs. .900). Campbell has been a bit of a revelation for the Leafs and he's giving the team points they just didn't get earlier from their backup.
Campbell will patrol the crease on the road versus Ottawa on Saturday, Mark Masters of TSN.ca reports.
Considering starter Frederik Andersen only just returned from a neck injury, it makes sense to give him an extra night off by giving Campbell the first game of the Leafs' back-to-back. In three games for Toronto, the youngster is 2-0-1 with a 2.53 GAA and .918 save percentage. If he wins just four more games, the 2021 third-round pick the team sent to Los Angeles could end up turning into a second-round selection, should the Leafs make the playoffs.
Campbell stopped 35 of 37 shots during a 3-2 win over Arizona on Tuesday.
The former King owns a 2-0-1 record in his first three starts as a Maple Leaf. Campbell has performed admirably in place of Frederik Andersen (upper body), but Andersen's return is right around the corner. When the Dane eventually returns, Campbell's opportunities will likely be few and far between.
Campbell will get the start Tuesday against the Coyotes, Sportsnets' Chris Johnston reports.
Campbell will make his third consecutive start for his new team. There were rumblings about Frederik Andersen (upper body) returning to Toronto's crease Tuesday night, but those plans appear to have been put on hold. This season, Campbell has split a pair of starts against Arizona.
Campbell stopped 28 of 30 shots in Saturday's 2-1 overtime loss to Montreal.
Campbell, up until Marco Scandella's point shot at 17:27 of the third period, was perfect. Campbell then denied Nick Suzuki on a breakaway in overtime, but the rebound went straight to Ilya Kovalchuk, who made no mistake. With two days off between games, Campbell could very well start again Tuesday if Frederik Andersen (upper body) needs more time.
Campbell will tend the road twine Saturday versus the Canadiens, Jean-Francois Chaumont of Le Journal de Montreal reports.
Campbell won his Maple Leafs debut Friday by steering away 26 of 30 shots against the Ducks, and head coach Sheldon Keefe will go back to the 28-year-old in the blue paint. The Habs are making a big push toward the playoffs and have won four of five games while averaging 3.6 goals per contest, so Campbell will need a strong outing against the division rival.
Campbell made 26 saves in Friday's 5-4 overtime win over the Ducks.
Facing a familiar Pacific Division foe, the former King came up with the win in his Maple Leafs debut, although things got nervous for Campbell when he allowed the tying goal to Derek Grant inside the final minute of the third period. The 28-year-old now has a 2.89 GAA and .899 save percentage through 21 outings on the season -- numbers which hardly stand out, but which still make him an upgrade on Michael Hutchinson as the Leafs' No. 2 netminder.
Campbell will guard the cage during Friday's home game against Anaheim, Lance Hornby of The Toronto Sun reports.
Campbell was mediocre for the Kings prior to heading to Toronto via a trade Wednesday, compiling an 8-10-2 record while posting a sub-par 2.85 GAA and .900 save percentage in 20 appearances. L.A. is, however, one of the worst teams in the league, so he should fare far better behind the Maple Leafs' defense. The 28-year-old will attempt to start his time in Toronto off with a bang by picking up a victory in a favorable home matchup with a Ducks team that's 10-16-3 on the road this year.
Campbell was traded to the Maple Leafs from the Kings along with Kyle Clifford in exchange for Trevor Moore, a 2020 third-round draft pick and a conditional third-round pick in 2021 on Wednesday.
Campbell made 20 appearances for the Kings this season, with an 8-10-2 record, a 2.85 GAA and a .900 save percentage. He could become a factor immediately with Frederik Andersen (neck) in doubt for Friday's game against the Ducks. Either way, Campbell likely slots in as the Maple Leafs' No. 2 goalie down the stretch once Andersen is fully healthy.
Campbell stopped 26 of 28 shots in a 3-2 overtime win over the Coyotes on Thursday.
Campbell kept the Kings in it when they trailed by a goal for much of the third period. Alex Iafallo rewarded his goalie by netting the tying and winning goals. Campbell snapped a personal three-game losing streak to improve to 8-10-2 with a 2.85 GAA and a .900 save percentage through 20 starts.
Campbell will start between the pipes for Thursday's road showdown with Arizona, Alexander Kinkopf of the Coyotes' official website reports.
The 28-year-old has struggled in his No. 2 role behind Jonathan Quick, as Campbell is 1-4-0 along with a 3.04 GAA and .909 save percentage in his past five starts. Campbell will face a nice matchup against a Coyotes offense that ranks 23rd in the league in goals per game this year (2.75).
Campbell made 22 saves Saturday in a 4-1 loss to Philadelphia.
It's Campbell's third straight loss and fourth in five starts in 2020. He's still trade bait, so maybe a change of scenery will improve his overall numbers. Until then, avoid him like the plague.
Campbell will tend twine Saturday against the Flyers, Adam Kimelman of NHL.com reports.
Campbell lost his last start and owns a 2-2-1 record over his previous five starts. The Flyers have been hard to defeat at home in 2019-20, so best to avoid Campbell in this matchup, if possible.
Campbell stopped 22 of 26 shots in Thursday's 4-3 loss to Florida.
The Panthers raced out to a 4-0 lead and withstood the Kings' comeback attempt, handing Campbell a second consecutive loss. Campbell was certainly more at fault for this defeat than the previous one, which saw him yield only one goal on 29 shots in a tough-luck loss to Carolina. With Campbell and Jonathan Quick battling for playing time, there's not much fantasy value to be found in the Kings' crease given each goaltender's issues with both volume and effectiveness.
Campbell was the first goalie off the ice at Thursday's game-day skate, Jon Rosen of Fox Sports West reports, indicating he will tend the twine on the road against the Panthers.
Campbell will make his third appearance in four contests, having registered a 1-1-0 record and .960 save percentage in his prior two outings. The 27-year-old's strong run of form could see him continue to steal starts from Jonathan Quick heading into the back half of the season.
Campbell made 28 saves for the Kings in a 2-0 loss to the Hurricanes on Saturday.
He only allowed one goal. Campbell was sharp Saturday, but his mates couldn't solve James Reimer at the other end. Given the Kings' woes, Campbell can't be recommended right now.
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