D - FA
Brian Campbell earned an assist during Tuesday's 5-3 victory over the Minnesota Wild.
Campbell fired a shot that was deflected and tapped into the net by Jonathan Toews. The effort earned Campbell the assist at the 00:58 mark of the second period. The 37-year-old Veteran has been very inconsistent on the scoresheet this season with 15 points through 58 games, and just two points since the All-Star break.
Brian Campbell earned an assist during Saturday's 5-1 victory over the Edmonton Oilers.
Campbell was on the score-sheet with an assist for the first time since January 22nd, ending his seven game pointless skid. He currently has 14 points through 55 games this season.
Entering his 18th season in the NHL, D Brian Campbell is now craftier and wiser at age 37. The Blackhawks flat out stole the veteran defenseman last week on a one-year, $2.5 million deal giving them a strong top two pairings with Duncan Keith, Brent Seabrook and Niklas Hjalmarsson all back.
Campbell returns to Chicago after five years away from the team playing with the Panthers. He's fresh off a 31-point season (six goals, 25 assists) and his +31 rating led all defensemen last year. In three seasons with the Hawks from 2008-11, he had 19 goals and 98 assists. He's an offensive defenseman who will help on the man advantage and overall. The Blackhawks are much stronger now on the back end.