Gregory Campbell
HEIGHT: 6' 0"
BIRTHDATE: 12/17/1983
AGE: 32
DRAFTED: FLA: 2002-67 overall
Son of Colin Memorial Cup All-Star Team (2003) George Parsons Trophy (Memorial Cup - Most Sportsmanlike Player) (2003) Ed Chynoweth Trophy (Memorial Cup - Leading Scorer) (2003) Traded to Boston by Florida with Nathan Horton for Dennis Wideman, Boston's 1st round choice (later traded to Los Angeles Los Angeles selected Derek Forbert) in 2010 Entry Draft and Boston's 3rd round choice (Kyle Rau) in 2011 Entry Draft, June 22, 2010. Signed as a free agent by Columbus, July 1, 2015.


Has won one Stanley Cup championship (2011 with Boston).

2013-14: Played in every game for the second time in his career and second straight season ... The 82 games played are a single-season career-high due to the 48-game schedule in 2012-13 ... Had one multiple-point game, matching his previous career-high for goals in a game with a two-goal effort on Mar. 2 at NY Rangers ... Matched his career-best assist streak with a three-game streak from Jan. 4-9 (0-3=3 totals) ... Had points in consecutive games on five other occasions ... Played his 600th NHL game on Dec. 10 at Calgary and recorded his 100th NHL assist on Mar. 15 vs. Carolina.

2012-13: Was one of four Bruins to play in all 48 games ... Had two multiple-point games, both two-point efforts which came in consecutive games Apr. 8 (two assists) and 10 (two goals) ... Had a three-game point streak from Apr. 8-11 (2-3=5 totals) ... Had five fighting majors and the Bruins were 3-1-1 in those games ... Played his 200th game as a Bruin on Apr. 17 vs. Buffalo ... Recorded career-high 3-4=7 totals in 15 post-season games ... Had one multiple-point playoff game, a two-goal effort on May 25 vs. NY Rangers ... Had a three-game post-season point streak from May 25-June 3 (2-2=4 totals) ... Missed the final seven games of the post-season after suffering a broken right fibula when blocking a shot on June 5 vs. Pittsburgh ... Played nearly a minute of the penalty kill after suffering the break before leaving the ice.

2011-12: Had two multiple-point games, both two point efforts and including his first career "Gordie Howe Hat Trick" with a goal, assist and fight on Jan. 19 at New Jersey ... Had points in consecutive games twice ... Played his 500th NHL game Feb. 25 at Ottawa ... Missed three games to injury.

2010-11: Matched his career season-high in goals with 13 ... Had five multiple-point games, including a 1-2=3 effort Jan. 10 in Pittsburgh which matched his career-high for points in a game and a two-goal night Mar. 24 vs. Montreal which equalled his career-high for goals in a game ... Had a three-game point streak from Jan. 13-17 (2-2=4 totals) ... Scored one of only two 3-on-5 shorthanded goals in the NHL in a two-goal effort Mar. 24 vs. Montreal ... Played his 400th NHL game Jan. 6 vs. Minnesota and recorded his 100th NHL point with an assist Jan. 15 vs. Pittsburgh ... Added 1-3=4 totals in 25 playoff games while playing in his first NHL post-season ... Three of his four points in the post-season came in a four-game span from Apr. 30-May 6 ... Played his first NHL playoff game on Apr. 14 vs. Montreal, scored his first NHL playoff goal/point on Apr. 30 at Philadelphia and recorded his first NHL playoff assist on May 4 vs. Philadelphia.

2009-10: Led the Panthers in hits with 158 ... Had three multiple-point games, all two-assist efforts ... Had points in consecutive games twice ... Missed 22 games, including the final 12 of the season (foot), with injuries and his 60 games played were the lowest of any of his full NHL campaigns.

2008-09: Established career season-highs in all categories with 13 goals, 19 assists and 32 points ... Led the team in hits with 202 ... Had five multiple-point games, including career-high three-point nights on Nov. 12 vs. Tampa Bay (2-1=3) and Jan. 10 vs. Atlanta (0-3=3) ... Had a four-game point streak from Nov. 28-Dec. 4 (3-3=6 totals) ... Played his 300th NHL game on Apr. 5 vs. Pittsburgh ... Missed five games to injury (hip).

2007-08: Two of his five goals came with the team shorthanded ... Had two multiple-point games, both two-point efforts, including his first career two-goal effort on Oct. 24 vs. Philadelphia which included his first career game-winning tally ... Had points in consecutive games twice ... Played his 200th NHL game on Feb. 5 in Toronto.

2006-07: Played his first full NHL season ... Had one multiple-point game, the first of his career, with a 1-1=2 effort Mar. 17 vs. NY Islanders ... Played his 100th NHL game on Dec. 14 in Buffalo.

2005-06: Spent most of the season in Florida with 3-6=9 totals in 64 Panthers games ... Had two stints in Rochester/AHL at the start of the season with 3-3=6 totals in 11 AHL games, but remained in the NHL following his Nov. 8 recall to the big club ... Scored his first NHL point with a goal Nov. 15 at Montreal and recorded his first NHL assist Nov. 25 vs. Pittsburgh ... Had points in consecutive games twice ... Missed five games with a concussion.

2004-05: Played the entire NHL lockout season with San Antonio where he had 12-16=28 totals and 113 PIM in 70 AHL games.

2003-04: Spent most of his first pro season with Florida's AHL affiliate in San Antonio with 13-16=29 totals in 76 games ... Recalled for a two-game stint in Florida, playing his first NHL game on Oct. 18 at NY Islanders.

JUNIORS: Played three seasons of junior hockey with Plymouth and Kitchener of the OHL with 42-81=123 totals and 261 PIM in 185 games ... Won a Memorial Cup championship with Kitchener in 2003 as he was named to the All-Tournament Team as the tournament's leading scorer.

INTERNATIONAL: Played for Team Canada at the 2003 World Junior Championships (1-1=2 totals and 4 PIM in six games), winning a Silver medal.

TRANSACTIONS: Florida's fourth pick (third round), 67th overall, in the 2002 NHL Entry Draft ... Traded to Boston by Florida with Nathan Horton for Dennis Wideman, 2010 first round (Derek Forbort) and 2011 third round (Kyle Rau) draft picks, June 22, 2010.

ETC: Full name, Gregory James Campbell ... Nicknames, Soup, Soupy ... Wife, Katie ... His father Colin won a Stanley Cup championship as an assistant coach with the NY Rangers in 1994 and he and Gregory became the 13th father-son combo on the Cup with Boston's 2011 victory ... He and his father are also just the sixth father-son duo to both play at least 600 NHL games (Gordie/Mark Howe, Bobby/Brett Hull, Dave/Adam Creighton, Pat/Mike Stapleton and Greg/Ryan Malone).

CONTRACT STATUS: Is in year three of a three-year contract with an NHL cap figure of $1,600,000.

Game - Oct. 18, 2003 at NY Islanders
Goal/Point - Nov. 15, 2005 at Montreal
Assist - Nov. 25, 2005 vs. Pittsburgh