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Nov 4, 2023 5 29 34
Oct 24, 2023 6 25 31
Oct 19, 2023 4 28 32
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Oct 11, 2023 4 12 16

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Year fpts
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Goals Against Average
2023 12.42.5 1 4 137 4.49
2022 178.95 21 9 912 1 3.41
2021 311.46.4 31 9 1307 5 2.64
3y Avg. 216.056 23 7 919 3 2.80
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  • Red Wings' Jack Campbell: Trying to rebound on one-year deal

    Campbell signed a one-year, $775,000 contract with the Red Wings on Monday. Campbell is an interesting case. He struggled mightily early in the 2023-24 season, posting a 4.49 GAA and an .873 save percentage across five regular-season starts with Edmonton. The Oilers sent him to AHL Bakersfield, and although Campbell did well at that level with a 2.63 GAA and a .918 save percentage in 33 regular-season appearances, he never got another shot with Edmonton. Instead, the Oilers bought out the final three campaigns of his five-year, $25 million deal, which is how he became an unrestricted free agent eligible to sign with Detroit. Campbell will enter training camp looking to revive his career, but he'll face stiff competition for a roster spot with Ville Husso, Cam Talbot and Alex Lyon also under contract. At least one of Detroit's goalies is likely to be traded or waived prior to Opening Night, with Campbell's path to making the roster the longest of the four.
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  • Jack Campbell: Lands on unconditional waivers

    Campbell was placed on unconditional waivers by the Oilers on Sunday for the purpose of buying out his contract. Campbell had three more seasons left on his five-year, $25 million deal. He will become an unrestricted free agent once the buyout process is completed. The 32-year-old netminder posted a 1-4-0 record with a 4.50 GAA and an .873 save percentage in five regular-season appearances with Edmonton in 2023-24. He went 18-13-1 with a 2.63 GAA and a .918 save percentage across 33 regular-season contests for AHL Bakersfield after being waived and demoted to the minors in November.
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  • Oilers' Jack Campbell: Recalled Sunday

    Campbell was promoted from AHL Bakersfield on Sunday. AHL Bakersfield was knocked out of the Calder Cup playoffs so Campbell will likely be serving as the third goalie for the Oilers. He went 1-4-0 with an .873 save percentage at the NHL level this season and hasn't appeared in a game at the top level since Nov. 4.
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  • Oilers' Jack Campbell: Excelling at AHL level

    Campbell has a .935 save percentage in his last seven games with AHL Bakersfield, per Mark Spector of Sportsnet. Edmonton general manager Ken Holland allowed Campbell to play right away after he was demoted by the Oilers on Nov. 8. "In hindsight, I think I made a mistake that when I sent him down. Probably should not have had him play right off the bat," Holland said. Campbell was 1-4-0 with a 4.49 GAA and a .873 save percentage before his demotion and started poorly in the AHL, losing four of his first five games while giving up 16 goals on 138 shots. He could return to the Oilers to back up Stuart Skinner and if he does, look for Calvin Pickard to return to the AHL.
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  • Oilers' Jack Campbell: Passes through waivers

    Campbell went unclaimed off the waiver wire and was reassigned to AHL Bakersfield on Wednesday. It's an indication of how poorly Campbell has played this season that no other team was willing to put in a claim for the netminder. On the year, the backstop is 1-4-0 with a career-worst 4.49 GAA and .873 save percentage. No doubt Campbell's $5 million cap hit played a factor as well. In a corresponding move, Calvin Pickard has been added to the NHL roster.
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  • Oilers' Jack Campbell: Mauled by Predators

    Campbell turned aside 29 shots in Saturday's 5-2 loss to Nashville. The Oilers took a 1-0 lead midway through the first period, but the game was essentially all Predators from there as the Edmonton defense crumbled in front of Campbell. It's the netminder's third straight loss, and through five appearances to begin the season he's saddled with a brutal 4.50 GAA and .873 save percentage to go along with his 1-4-0 record. Expect Stuart Skinner to be back between the pipes Monday in Vancouver, although the Oilers' issues won't be solved by a goalie switch.
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  • Oilers' Jack Campbell: Tending twine Saturday

    Campbell will patrol the home crease Saturday against Nashville, according to Oilers play-by-by announcer Jack Michaels. Campbell has surrendered 15 goals on 123 shots en route to a 1-3-0 start to the 2023-24 season. He has a 5-1-1 record with a 2.84 GAA and a .912 save percentage in seven career contests versus the Predators.
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  • Oilers' Jack Campbell: Struggles mightily in Twin Cities

    Campbell allowed six goals on 30 shots in a 7-4 road loss against the Wild on Tuesday. Campbell and the Oilers actually had a 3-2 lead heading into the third period, but the final 20 minutes was disastrous. The Wild notched three even-strength goals, a power-play goal and an empty-net score to pull away. Campbell has allowed four or more goals in three of his four assignments this season. The good news for the veteran netminder's fantasy managers is Stuart Skinner has performed even worse in limited action early on this season, so Campbell's hold on the No. 1 job in Edmonton appears to be secure for the time being.
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  • Oilers' Jack Campbell: Expected to guard road crease

    Campbell is slated to start on the road versus Minnesota on Tuesday, according to Jessi Pierce of Campbell has a 1-2-0 record, 3.65 GAA and .902 save percentage in three contests this season. He's coming off a 4-1 loss to Philadelphia on Thursday in which he stopped 28 of 32 shots. Campbell is 0-3-1 in four career outings against Minnesota, posting a 2.98 GAA and an .897 save percentage in that span.
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  • Oilers' Jack Campbell: Grounded by Flyers

    Campbell made 22 saves in Thursday's 4-1 loss to the Flyers. The Edmonton defense was more at fault for the final score than Campbell, but it was still a disappointing result after the netminder's impressive 43-save performance in Nashville two nights earlier. Campbell is 1-2-0 with a .902 save percentage through three starts, and it could be Stuart Skinner's turn between the pipes Saturday against the Jets.
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  • Oilers' Jack Campbell: Excellent in victory

    Campbell stopped 42 of 43 shots in the Oilers' 6-1 win over the Predators on Tuesday. After allowing four goals and getting pulled in the season opener against Vancouver, Campbell bounced back in a huge way, allowing only a power-play goal to Thomas Novak in the second period. While he is expected to split the net with Stuart Skinner, performances like this could give the former Maple Leaf netminder the edge to being the starting goaltender. Thursday against Philadelphia could be the next time Campbell is between the pipes.
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  • Oilers' Jack Campbell: Chased from opening game

    Campbell stopped 12 of 16 shots in Wednesday's 8-1 loss to the Canucks. Campbell was pulled after Brock Boeser finished a natural hat trick at 7:30 of the second period. Stuart Skinner didn't fare much better, posting an identical stat line with five extra minutes of playing time. A strong training camp allowed Campbell the chance to start the opener, but this kind of performance shows how tenuous his grip on the No. 1 job is. The 31-year-old struggled to a 3.41 GAA and an .888 save percentage over 36 games last season, though playing behind the Oilers' high-powered offense allowed him to earn 21 wins.
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  • Oilers' Jack Campbell: Enters game in relief

    Campbell entered Sunday's Game 6 loss to the Golden Knights in the third period after Stuart Skinner was pulled. Campbell stopped all four shots he faced, but the Oilers still lost 5-2, ending their season. Campbell didn't get a single start in the postseason, but he entered four games in relief. He played well in those contests, never allowing more than a single goal. Sunday's effort wasn't enough to help the Oilers stave off elimination, but it left the Edmonton faithful wondering why coach Jay Woodcroft didn't turn to Campbell sooner.
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  • Oilers' Jack Campbell: Solid in relief

    Campbell saved the nine shots he faced in relief in the Oilers' 4-3 loss to Vegas in Game 5 on Friday. Stuart Skinner was the starter, but he allowed four goals on 22 shots, which prompted Edmonton to put Campbell into the contest with Vegas leading 4-2. Campbell stabilized the situation, but the Oilers weren't able to battle back. The 31-year-old goaltender wasn't charged with the loss, so he has a 1-0 record, 1.19 GAA and .957 save percentage in three playoff appearances this year. Campbell might get an opportunity to start Sunday given Skinner's shaky play in the postseason.
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  • Oilers' Jack Campbell: Yields one goal in relief outing

    Campbell stopped nine of 10 shots in relief of Stuart Skinner in Monday's 5-1 loss to the Golden Knights in Game 3. Campbell came in after Skinner allowed a goal to Jack Eichel midway through the second period. The Golden Knights' offense backed down a bit with a big lead, but Campbell still put in a solid effort, allowing only a goal to Chandler Stephenson from in tight late in the middle frame. With 36 saves on 38 shots across two relief outings, Campbell's done fine when called upon this postseason. Skinner's been struggling lately, so it's unclear which of the Oilers' netminders will get the nod in Wednesday's Game 4.
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  • Oilers' Jack Campbell: Helps lead Oilers to comeback win

    Campbell turned aside 27 of 28 shots in relief in Edmonton's 5-4 overtime victory over LA in Game 4 on Sunday. Stuart Skinner got the start but surrendered three goals on 11 shots in the first period. Campbell took over to start the second frame with Edmonton down 3-0, and his strong performance in net helped facilitate the Oilers' comeback. The 31-year-old goaltender posted an ugly 3.41 GAA and .888 save percentage in 36 regular-season appearances, but after his showing in Game 4, combined with Skinner's mixed results in the playoffs, there is a chance that Edmonton will start Campbell on Tuesday for Game 5.
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  • Oilers' Jack Campbell: Stands tall in win

    Campbell stopped 27 of 28 shots in Wednesday's 3-1 win over the Ducks. Campbell defeated the Ducks for the second start in a row. He's now allowed just nine goals during his four-game winning streak. The Oilers didn't dominate this contest, but they've shown steadier defensive play of late, which should help both Stuart Skinner and Campbell. For the season, Campbell is at 21-9-4 with a 3.41 GAA and an .888 save percentage through 36 outings.
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  • Oilers' Jack Campbell: Taking on Ducks again

    Campbell will protect the road goal Wednesday versus the Ducks, Tony Brar of Oilers TV reports. As expected, Campbell will start the second half of a back-to-back. His last outing was also against the Ducks, and he recorded his first shutout of the season with 36 saves in a 6-0 win Saturday. It's a favorable matchup, which makes Campbell a solid option in fantasy for Wednesday's light slate.
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  • Oilers' Jack Campbell: Posts 36-save shutout

    Campbell stopped all 36 shots he faced in Saturday's 6-0 win over the Ducks. While it wasn't an overly convincing defensive effort from the Oilers, Campbell stepped up for his first shutout with the team. It's the 10th shutout of his career, eight of which have come in the last three seasons. Campbell is up to 20-9-4 with a 3.48 GAA and an .886 save percentage through 35 appearances this season. Considering Stuart Skinner also logged a shutout in his last appearance, he'll likely face the Kings on Tuesday, leaving Campbell for Wednesday's rematch with the Ducks.
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  • Oilers' Jack Campbell: Shaky in win

    Campbell gave up four goals on 33 shots in Monday's 5-4 win over the Coyotes. Campbell didn't have a great performance, but the Oilers' offense supported him well enough to get the win. The 31-year-old has won his last two outings despite allowing four goals in each of them. He's at 19-9-4 with a 3.59 GAA and an .882 save percentage through 34 appearances. Stuart Skinner will likely guard the net Tuesday in Vegas.
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