Oilers’ Jack Campbell Isn’t Going Anywhere

EDMONTON, AB – There has been a lot of discussions all season long as to whether goalie Jack Campbell will be back with the Edmonton Oilers next season. He struggled greatly in his first season with the team after being brought in as the starter. Plans didn’t go as expected as he mostly split starts with rookie Stuart Skinner throughout the season despite the Oilers’ best efforts to get Campbell settled in.

Jack Campbell is counting on himself

EDMONTON, AB – There isn’t a lot of chill from goaltender Jack Campbell when it comes to showing his affection, including spoiling his pets on their big day.

Speaking to the media for the first time on Wednesday as a member of the Edmonton Oilers, the 30-year-old answered for the iconic cat-birthday photo for his feline friend ‘Buds’ that made its rounds through social media earlier this year.

“I’ve been a cat dad for a few years now and my male cat Buds had a birthday,” he said with a smile. “My new fiancée, I just got engaged a few weeks ago so I’m still working on the lingo, the two of us decided to throw him a little birthday party and he had a nice time.”

Edmonton Oilers sign Jack Campbell to five-year contract

EDMONTON, AB – The Oilers have signed goaltender Jack Campbell to a five-year contract with an average annual value of $5 million, the team announced Wednesday.

The 30-year-old has recorded a 71-39-14 record in 135 career NHL games with nine shutouts, a 2.53 goals-against average and .916 save percentage. With the Toronto Maple Leafs last season, Campbell collected a 31-9-6 mark with five shutouts, a 2.64 GAA and .914 save percentage.

The Port Huron, Mich. native was selected 11th overall by the Dallas Stars at the 2010 NHL Draft.

Why Maple Leafs goalie Jack Campbell injects real heart into NHL’s All-Star glitz

LAS VEGAS, NV – Jason Spezza was right beside Jack Campbell when the goaltender received some good news that would only further brighten a Canada-based hockey player’s midwinter’s day off in sunny Arizona.

A dozen years after being drafted into the league, and a zillion dozen self-effacing thoughts later, Campbell had just learned he’d been named to his first NHL All-Star Game.

Vegas, baby.

Leafs’ Campbell excited to learn from Vasilevskiy at first All-Star Game

LAS VEGAS, NV – Jack Campbell will take part in his first career NHL All-Star Game this weekend. The 30-year-old is looking forward to rubbing shoulders with Atlantic Division teammate Andrei Vasilevskiy. “He’s been unbelievable since he’s been in the league,” Campbell said. “Just excited to share a dressing room and learn from him a little bit.” The Leafs goalie is also eager to catch up with old USA teammate Dylan Larkin.

Jack Campbell, John Gibson, Dylan Larkin and Troy Terry Named to 2022 NHL All Star Game in Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS, NV – The National Hockey League announced today the four divisional rosters for the 2022 Honda NHL® All-Star Weekend as well as the launch of the 2022 NHL All-Star Last Men In, which will give fans the ability to vote for the final player on each All-Star roster.

Thirty-six All-Star players were selected by the NHL’s Hockey Operations Department to join the division captains. Each team will ultimately consist of 11 total players- nine skaters and two goaltenders.

Jack Campbell, John Gibson and Dylan Larkin were three of the players named to 2022 NHL All Star Game in Las Vegas. All are represented by KO Sports, Inc.

Troy Terry of the Anaheim Ducks was voted to the All-Star game but his fans as a part of the  “2022 NHL All Star Last Man In”.

No one thinks the Leafs have a goalie problem anymore. Jack Campbell changes everything

TORONTO, ON – There comes a time when the question isn’t asked anymore. It comes during the growth of a hockey team, and of an individual player.

That time has come for the Maple Leafsand goaltender Jack Campbell.

The question of whether the Leafs’ goaltending is good enough isn’t being asked. By anyone. It has been answered with an emphatic yes.

Jack Campbell and John Gibson Earn 2nd and 3rd Stars of the Week in NHL

NEW YORK – Edmonton Oilers center Leon Draisaitl, Toronto Maple Leafs goaltender Jack Campbell and Anaheim Ducks goaltender John Gibson have been named the NHL’s “Three Stars” for the week ending Nov. 7.


Campbell went 3-0-0 with a 0.99 goals-against average, .968 save percentage and one shutout, turning aside 92 of the 95 shots he faced to lift the Maple Leafs (7-4-1, 15 points) to a perfect week and their fifth straight victory overall (dating to Oct. 27). Campbell denied 26 shots, including 22 over the final two periods, for his fifth career shutout in a 4-0 triumph over the Vegas Golden Knights Nov. 2. He then stopped 24 of 25 shots in a 2-1 overtime win against the two-time defending Stanley Cup champion Tampa Bay Lightning Nov. 4. Campbell finished the week with 42 saves – his ninth career 40-save performance and first since Jan. 9, 2020 at VGK (44 SV) – in a 5-2 victory over the Boston Bruins Nov. 6. The 29-year-old Port Huron, Mich., native has played in 10 total games this season, going 6-2-1 with a 1.88 goals-against average (fifth in the NHL), .936 save percentage (sixth in the League) and one shutout.


Gibson stopped 62 of the 63 shots he faced, compiling a 2-0-0 record, 0.50 goals-against average, .984 save percentage and one shutout to help the Ducks (6-4-3, 15 points) win all three of their games and extend their point streak six contests dating to Oct. 28 (4-0-2). Gibson earned his 23rd career shutout with 28 saves in a 4-0 victory over the New Jersey Devils Nov. 2. He then denied 34 of 35 shots, including a perfect 27 of 27 over the final two periods, in a 4-1 win against the St. Louis Blues Nov. 7. The 28-year-old Pittsburgh native has appeared in nine total games this season, going 5-2-2 with a 2.40 goals-against average, .923 save percentage and one shutout.

Toronto Maple Leafs: Jack Campbell Sure Loves Playing in Toronto

TORONTO, ONT – Toronto Maple Leafs goaltender Jack Campbell is one of the best additions to this team made by general manager Kyle Dubas. He has earned the right to be Toronto’s number one goaltender.

Campbell has been very effective since being traded in the 2019-20 season. In 35 starts for the Toronto Maple Leafs, Campbell has a record of 24-7-4 with a .922 SV% and a 2.20 GAA. More impressive is how well he has played in Toronto at Scotiabank Arena. Campbell has a home record of 12-1-1, and the fans couldn’t be happier.