19 Carter Camper
|Season||GP||Goals||Assists||Points||+/-||PIM||PPG||SHG||GWG||SOG||SOA||SO %||SH||SH %|
|2018-19 Regular Season||67||17||33||50||-1||24||0.75||0||4||0||1||0.0||141||12.1|
Griffins’ feeling playoff pressure? Not in this father-son moment
The Griffins are underdogs heading into the first round of the playoffs, but nothing takes the edge off like having fun with your kid. (MLive)
In the third of a three-game road trip to California, the Griffins fell to the San Jose Barracuda by a 5-4 decision in overtime.
First season as a Griffin…Eighth year pro…Signed as a free agent by Boston, 4/7/11…Traded to Columbus by Boston in exchange for Blake Parlett, 2/7/14…Signed as a free agent by Ottawa, 7/2/14…Signed as a free agent by Washington, 7/1/15…Signed as a free agent by New Jersey, 7/1/16…Signed as a free agent by Cleveland, 7/10/17…Traded by Cleveland to Tucson in exchange for future considerations, 2/26/18…Acquired by the Griffins from Tucson, 6/25/18.
Career Highlights: Scored a career-high 61 points in 68 games in 2017-18…Led Hershey in postseason scoring while leading the club to the 2016 Calder Cup Finals…Tallied one goal in three career NHL games with Boston during the 2011-12 season…Selected to the 2012 AHL All-Star Game…Two-time All-CCHA First Team selection at Miami University…One of 10 finalists for the Hobey Baker Award during his senior season at Miami.
2017-18: Posted career highs with 61 points (16-45—61) and 45 assists in 68 games between the Cleveland Monsters and Tucson Roadrunners…Ranked among the AHL’s leaders in points (T11th), assists (T5th) and power play assists (19, T6th)…Logged 42 points (13-29—42) and 10 PIM in 53 appearances with Cleveland before being traded on Feb. 26…Concluded the season as Cleveland’s leader in both points and assists while tying for third in goals and tying for first in power play goals (6)…Tallied 19 points (3-16—19), a plus-six rating and four PIM in 15 regular season contests with Tucson…Led the Roadrunners with seven assists and tied for the team lead with eight points while skating in all nine Calder Cup Playoff games…Tallied a career-high five assists and five points in his first game with Tucson, 3/2/18 at CLE…Became the first player in Tucson history to register five points in a single game.
2016-17: Appeared in 47 games with the Albany Devils and recorded 35 points (6-29—35) and 18 PIM…Ranked among the team’s leaders in points (4th), assists (2nd) and points per game (0.74, 5th)…Tied for 17th in the AHL with 18 power play assists…Tallied two goals – the second-most on the team – in four Calder Cup Playoff games…Logged a season-high three points on two occasions, 12/30/16 vs. TOR and 4/14/17 at RCH.
2015-16: Totaled 34 points (9-25—34), a plus-three rating and 16 PIM in 64 games with the Hershey Bears…Placed among the team’s leaders in points (T6th) and assists (T4th)…Paced the Bears in postseason scoring with 17 points (6-11—17) in 21 games as Hershey advanced to the Calder Cup Finals…Placed second on the team in playoff assists and tied for second in goals…Recorded a nine-game playoff point streak, during which he accumulated 13 points (6-7—13), 5/6/16-5/25/16.
2014-15: Skated in a career-high 75 games with the Binghamton Senators and posted 52 points (15-37—52), a plus-four rating and 16 PIM…Ranked fourth on the team in points, sixth in goals, tied for second in assists and fifth in plus-minus…Tied for 17th in the AHL in assists…Tied a career high with a nine-game point streak, 3/1/15-3/21/15…Notched a season-high four points with a goal and three assists, 3/15/15 at ADK.
2013-14: Totaled 51 points (12-39—51) and 24 PIM in 60 games between the Providence Bruins and Springfield Falcons…Tied for 16th in the AHL in assists and tied for 13th in power play assists with 22…Began the campaign with Providence and provided 31 points (8-23—31) and 16 PIM in 41 appearances before tallying 20 points (4-16—20) and eight PIM in 19 games with Springfield…Tied a team-high with five points (1-4—5) in five Calder Cup Playoff games with the Falcons…Recorded four-straight multi-point games, 11/8/13-11/15/13…Tallied a season-high seven-game point streak, 12/20/13-1/3/14.
2012-13: Recorded 47 points (10-37—47), a plus-two rating and six PIM in 57 games with Providence…Led the team with 18 power play assists while also ranking among the team’s leaders in points (2nd), assists (2nd), power play goals (6, 4th) and game-winning goals (3, T3rd)…Tied for 11th in the AHL in assists and tied for 10th in power play assists…In his Calder Cup Playoff debut, led the team with eight goals and a plus-six rating while placing second in points (8-5—13) in 12 games…Posted a career-high nine-game assist and point streak, 1/25/13-2/15/13…Banked a hat trick in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals, 5/5/13 at HER…Logged an eight-game playoff point streak, 4/28/13-5/17/13.
2011-12: In his first full professional season, scored 48 points (18-30—48) and added 18 PIM in 69 games with Providence…Made his NHL debut with Boston and tallied one goal in three appearances…Selected to the AHL All-Star Game…Led Providence with 48 points, 30 assists, 177 shots and six game-winning goals, while also ranking as one of the team’s leaders with 10 power play assists (2nd), seven power play goals (T2nd) and 18 goals (3rd)…Ranked among the AHL’s rookie skater leaders in points (10th), goals (13th), assists (T10th), power play goals (T8th), power play assists (T19th), shots (T6th) and game-winning goals (T2nd)…Six game-winning goals tied for ninth among all league skaters…Banked his first career hat trick, 2/19/12 vs. CT…Logged 6:21 of ice time in his NHL debut, 2/22/12 at STL…Scored his first NHL goal, which was also his first point, 2/25/12 at OTT.
2010-11: In his final college season at Miami (Ohio), tallied a career-high 57 points (19-38—57) and 27 PIM while playing in all 39 games…Co-captain…Scored at least 40 points in all four seasons on campus…One of 10 finalists for the Hobey Baker Award after finishing fourth in the nation in points…Named an All-CCHA First Team selection…Named to the NCAA West All-America Second Team…Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award finalist…Named the CCHA Scholar Athlete of the Year, the first RedHawk to receive the distinction…Made his professional debut with the Providence Bruins after his college campaign concluded and tallied two points (1-1—2) and two PIM in three games…Made his AHL debut, 4/8/11 vs. POR…Scored his first AHL point on an assist, 4/9/11 at SPR…His first AHL goal was the game-winner, 4/10/11 vs. MCH.
2009-10: Ranked third on Miami with 43 points (15-28—43) while playing in all 44 games…All-CCHA Honorable Mention.
2008-09: Posted 42 points (20-22—42) in 40 games with Miami…Led the team in points and goals…One of three finalists for CCHA Player of the Year honors…Named an All-CCHA First Team selection…Named to the NCAA West All-America Second Team…Led the CCHA with 16 goals in conference-only games…Miami finished runner-up in the NCAA Championship game.
2007-08: In his freshman campaign at Miami, scored 41 points (15-26—41) in 33 games…Unanimous selection to the CCHA’s All-Rookie Team…NCAA’s top rookie in points per game average.
2006-07: Scored 71 points (23-48—71) in 56 games with the USHL’s Lincoln Stars…Named to the USHL Second All-Star Team after ranking as one of the league leaders in points (T3rd), goals (T16th) and assists (2nd)…Tallied two points (1-1—2) in four playoff games.
2005-06: Named to the NAHL First All-Star Team while scoring 82 points (31-51—82) in 57 games with the Cleveland Barons…Placed second in the NAHL in points, tied for 11th in goals and third in assists.
2004-05: In his first season with the NAHL’s Cleveland Barons, scored 37 points (14-23—37) in 54 games…Ranked fifth on the team in both points and goals and fourth in assists.
Personal: Makes his off-season home in Hudson, Ohio…Married his wife, Erika, in 2012…Has two children, Brayden and Wyatt…Has one dog named Dexter…Earned a psychology degree from Miami University…Has two brothers and both played Division I college hockey…Greatest hockey memories are his first NHL call up and first NHL goal…Was a part of league championship teams at Miami…Started playing hockey at the age of three as a forward…Hockey nicknames are Camps and Campy…Hockey idol as a youth was Martin St. Louis…Chose his jersey number because it looks good…Greatest influence on his hockey career has been his family because they are driven and determined with anything they do…Plans to become a coach after his playing career ends…First job was doing yard work…Greatest personal obstacle he’s overcome is his height…His proudest achievements are earning his first NHL contract and continuing to play pro hockey…Favorite charities are those that support children or dogs…Most exciting place he’s ever visited is Turks and Caicos…An interesting fact about him is he’s getting really good at packing UHauls for his family…If he could trade places for a day with another occupation, he would be a pro golfer…Also played baseball, golf and basketball growing up…Most famous non-hockey person he’s met is Chad Ocho Cinco…Favorite quote is “enjoy the journey”…Favorite foods are steak and pizza…Favorite music artists are Kenny Chesney, Dave Matthew Band and OAR…Favorite movie is Dumb & Dumber…Favorite television show is Everybody Loves Raymond…Enjoys vacationing in Hilton Head Island…Favorite sports teams are anything Cleveland…Least favorite sports teams are the Pittsburgh Steelers or Boston Red Sox…Favorite sport to watch other than hockey is football…Enjoys baseball, golf and wine.
- Games Played 75, 2014-15
- Goals 18, 2011-12
- Assists 45, 2017-18
- Points 61, 2017-18
- PIM 24, 2013-14
- Goal Streak 3, 11/12/11-11/18/11
- Assist Streak 9, 1/25/13-2/15/13
- Point Streak 9, twice (MR: 3/1/15-3/21/15)
- Goals, Game 3, 2/19/12 PRO vs. CT
- Assists, Game 5, 3/2/18 TUC at CLE
- Points, Game 5, 3/2/18 TUC at CLE
- PIM, Game 4, twice (MR: 12/27/14 BNG at HER)
- AHL Game 4/8/11 PRO vs. POR
- AHL Point 4/9/11 PRO at SPR (assist)
- AHL Goal 4/10/11 PRO vs. MCH (Jeff Zatkoff)
- NHL Game 2/22/12 BOS at STL
- NHL Point 2/25/12 BOS at OTT (goal)
- NHL Goal 2/25/12 BOS at OTT (Alex Auld)