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Gregory Campbell
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Gregory Campbell  #11

Boston Bruins  Center
NUMBER: 11 BIRTHDATE: December 17, 1983  (AGE 30)
HEIGHT: 6' 0" BIRTHPLACE: London, ON, Canada
WEIGHT: 197 DRAFTED: FLA / 2002 NHL Entry Draft
Shoots: Left ROUND: 3rd   (67th overall)
Playoff Notes:  4th NHL playoff in 10th NHL season ... Round 2 vs Mtl:  0-0=0 in 6 gp ... Round 1 vs Det:  0-0=0 in 5 gp ... 1 career multi-pt game ... Career OT: 0-0=0 in 17 gp ... Career Game 7s:  5 (4-1)
 
2013-14 Notes: Played in every game for 2nd straight season w/82 gp a career-high (played all 48 in shortened 2012-13 season) … Played his 600th NHL game 12/10 at Calgary, joining father Colin as just 6th father-son duo to both reach that milestone … 1 multi-pt game.
 
Playoff Fun Fact: Has played in 1 Stanley Cup Final, winning in 2011 vs. Vancouver … Missed the 2013 Final after suffering a broken leg in the CSF vs Pittsburgh … He and his father Colin are 1 of 13 father-son combinations on the Cup, as Colin won in 1994 as an assistant coach w/NY Rangers
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.
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I feel that responsibility, I've felt it for the last two years. We core guys get a lot of minutes, we get a lot of opportunity out there. Our teammates, the organization and fans look to us to be the guys to put the puck in the net and to create momentum out there.

— Jordan Eberle on taking his game and the Edmonton Oilers to the next level