Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Brian Campbell announced his retirement Monday after 17 seasons in the NHL. The 38-year-old played 1,082 games and will join the Blackhawks front office.
Campbell helped the Blackhawks win the Stanley Cup in 2010 and won the Lady Byng Trophy in 2012.
Campbell had 504 points (87 goals, 417 assists) in 1,082 NHL games with the Buffalo Sabres, San Jose Sharks, Blackhawks and Florida Panthers. He was the Sabres’ sixth-round pick (No. 156) in the 1997 NHL Draft.
Thx Cheese. Great playing with u. https://t.co/1sIIamsCvB
— Brian Campbell (@bcampbell_51) July 17, 2017
After 17 seasons in the NHL, @bcampbell_51 has announced his retirement.
Congrats on an incredible career, Soupy! pic.twitter.com/I4Wg8wwTIl
— Chicago Blackhawks (@NHLBlackhawks) July 17, 2017
— Florida Panthers (@FlaPanthers) July 17, 2017
Former Sabre @bcampbell_51 announced his retirement this morning.
— Buffalo Sabres (@BuffaloSabres) July 17, 2017