First season as a Griffin…First year pro…Signed to a two-year entry-level contract by Detroit, 3/16/14...Signed to an amateur tryout, 3/17/14.
: Missed 30 games while recovering from off-season surgery...Recorded an assist during his first game back, 2/15/13 vs. Alaska...Notched two assists during his first three games, 2/15/13-2/22/14. 2011-12
: Finished third on the team with 25 points (9-16—25) during the regular season...Led LSSU and tied for seventh in the Central Collegiate Hockey Association with 10 power play points (2-8—10)...Recorded seven multiple-point games, including a two-goal game against Michigan State, 10/15/11...Compiled four points (1-3—4) during a series split at home versus Miami, 1/13/12-1/14/12...Scored a goal in both games during the Lakers’ second-round playoff series at Western Michigan, 3/9/12-3/10/12. 2010-11
: Appeared in 37 of 39 games...Earned his first collegiate point with a goal during a 5-4 victory over Colgate, 10/23/10...Contributed three points (1-2—3) during the Central Collegiate Hockey Association Playoffs, including a goal during the Lakers’ 4-2 season-ending loss at Notre Dame, 3/13/11. 2009-10
: Tied for ninth in OJHL scoring after totaling 76 points (32-44—76)...Added five points (3-2—5) in five playoff games...Voted Team East’s player of the game during Game 1 of the Canadian Junior Hockey Prospects Games held in Manitoba in December, 2009...Ranked 157th on the 2010 NHL Scouting List and received the OJHL Top Prospects Award.
: Lives in Pickering, Ontario...Acquired a degree in business marketing from Lake Superior State University...Has one brother who teaches English to students in South Korea...Best friends in hockey are his college roommates...Greatest hockey memory is joining the Detroit Red Wings Organization...Began playing hockey at age three...Hockey nicknames are Soups and Campbell...Hockey idol as a youth was Eric Lindros...Greatest influence on his hockey career is his mother who was the strongest and most loving person in his life...Plans to open a training facility after his playing career...First job was as a waiter...Greatest personal obstacle he's overcome is family health...Proudest accomplishment is being named and playing for Team Canada East in the World Junior Classic...Favorite charitable cause is the Canadian Cancer Society...Most exciting thing he's ever done was swimming with stingrays on vacation...Most interesting fact about him is that he was born with a birth mark on his lip that slowly disappeared over the years...If he could trade occupations for one day, he would be a performing musician...Played golf, baseball, football and rugby growing up...Most famous non-hockey person he's met is the Canadian Prime Minister...Favorite food is steak...Favorite movie is Training Day...Favorite TV Show is Two and a Half Men...Favorite vacation spots are Mexico and Florida...Enjoys golfing, pool and yoga.