Position: Goalie | Height: 6-foot-3 | Weight 175 lbs
FanHouse Ranking: No. 11 | Age: 18 | Hometown: Port Huron, Michigan
Campbell is an example of the potential that exists when you mix physical ability with the proverbial ice water in the veins. He's a talented, fundamentally sound goaltender who simply isn't going to be easily rattled.
Already well-known for his game among NHL scouts, Campbell burst on the U.S. hockey scene in the 2010 World Junior Championships. After alternating starts with Mike Lee through the tournament, Campbell found himself on the bench as Lee started the medal round games. After wins over Finland and Sweden got Team USA to the gold medal game against Canada, Lee flamed out, allowing three goals on seven shots to the Canadians.
Campbell came in, stopped 32 of 34 shots, and led the Americans to an upset win in overtime.
His stock, already strong, was on the rise. Campbell put behind him a less-than-stellar performance against Canada in the preliminary round, and he played his best when his team needed him most.
It's hard to look down at him for it, given the CHL's reputation for fast-tracking young talent to pro hockey. Of course, Campbell shouldn't need a lot of help getting there.