In his fifth full professional season, which have all come with Grand Rapids, right wing Colin Campbell registered 19 points (8-11—19) in 63 appearances.
Regular season stat line
63 GP, 8 goals, 11 assists, 19 points, even rating, 24 PIM
Postseason Stat line
5 GP, 3 goals, 0 assists, 3 points, +5 rating, 2 PIM
By the Numbers
2 – Campbell scored a season-high two points on two occasions. He banked his only two-goal game of the season during a 6-3 win vs. Texas on Dec. 1 and produced a goal and an assist in a 5-4 overtime loss at San Jose on April 6.
2 – Campbell was one of two Griffins (Turner Elson) to score both a power play goal and a shorthanded goal this season.
3 – Campbell paced the Griffins in postseason goals with three. Entering the 2019 postseason, he had one goal in 40 Calder Cup Playoff appearances since 2014.
+5 – Campbell posted a series-high plus-five rating in the Central Division Semifinals against Chicago.
7 – After scoring once while shorthanded this season, Campbell’s career shorthanded goals total stands at five, which ties for seventh all time in franchise history.
13 – Campbell missed 13 consecutive games due to injury from Oct. 12-Nov. 16.
27 – Campbell was a key cog in the Griffins’ penalty kill, which fended off a season-high 27 consecutive penalties spanning more than eight games from Nov. 17-Dec. 7.
300 – Campbell skated in his 300th game as a Griffin during a 5-4 overtime loss at Rockford on March 1.
319 – Campbell ranks eighth in Griffins history in games played with 319. Undrafted, Campbell signed a two-year entry-level contract with the Red Wings on March 16, 2014 after a four-year career at Lake Superior State and made his Griffins debut on March 21, 2014 at Iowa.
Photo at top by Sam Iannamico/Griffins