Jack Campbell (G)
||Port Huron, MI
Enters his second full professional season in 2013-14. Campbell was drafted by Dallas in the first round (11th overall) of the 2010 NHL Entry Draft, the first goaltender taken in that draft. He signed a three-year entry level contract with the Stars on November 4, 2010, while still playing junior hockey. At the conclusion of his 2011-12 junior season, Campbell joined the Texas Stars on an amateur tryout and made his pro debut on March 23, 2012 at Oklahoma City. In his second start he made 32 saves to record his first career pro victory on March 25, 2012 at Toronto and he posted his first career pro shutout with 30 saves on March 31, 2012 against Lake Erie. Campbell earned his first career NHL call-up to Dallas on March 19, 2013 and he served as the Stars’ backup goaltender for two games at Colorado and at Los Angeles before being returned to Texas on March 23, 2013. He made a career-high 42 saves on 43 shots to record his 16th win of the season on March 30, 2013 vs. Grand Rapids. Campbell played three seasons of major junior hockey, one year in the USHL with the U.S. National Team Development Program and two years in the OHL with the Windsor Spitfires and the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds. In 91 career OHL games, he had a record of 45-29-11 with two shutouts. During the 2011 OHL Playoffs, Campbell led Windsor to the Western Conference Finals, losing to the Owen Sound Attack, the eventual OHL Champions, in five games. He went 9-9 during the Spitfires post-season run, including two shutouts. Campbell represented Team USA at three consecutive IIHF World U-20 Championships (2010-2012), winning a goal medal in 2010 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan and a bronze medal in 2011 in Buffalo, New York, where he also was given the best goalkeeper award and was a tournament all-star selection. He won back-to-back gold medals for Team USA at the IIHF World U-18 Championships in 2009 in Fargo, North Dakota & 2010 in Minsk, Belarus, while being selected to the tournament all-star team both years and receiving the best goalkeeper award in 2010. Campbell was on the Team USA senior team roster and traveled to Slovakia for the 2011 IIHF World Championships, but did not play in any games.