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CHICAGO (AP) Defenseman Brian Campbell is retiring at age 38 after playing 17 NHL seasons and winning the Stanley Cup with the Chicago Blackhawks in 2010.
The Hockey Writers Jul 21, 2017

Brian Campbell: Class from Beginning to End

After a 17-year NHL career spanning four different teams, Brian Campbell retired this week. The 38-year-old defenseman announced his decision as well as his plans to join the Chicago Blackhawks’ front office staff as a special advisor in business and hockey relations. Campbell was willing to take a ‘hometown discount’ to stay in Chicago, but Blackhawks […]
Chicago Tribune Jul 18, 2017

Brian Campbell on retiring: 'I didn't know if I was ready to do it anymore'

For 17 NHL seasons, Brian Campbell kept it together on the ice, but on Tuesday an emotional Campbell almost didn't make it through the news conference in which he explained why he was retiring. Physically, Campbell could still play in the NHL at 38, but Campbell didn't want to re-locate his family...
CSN Chicago Jul 18, 2017

Why Brian Campbell knew it was time to retire from NHL

Brian Campbell had barely sat down at his retirement presser when his eyes started to water. It wouldnt take long for the tears to come,
Second City Hockey Jul 18, 2017
Retired Brian Campbell says Blackhawks didn’t offer him a new contract

Retired Brian Campbell says Blackhawks didn’t offer him a new contract

Chicago was ready to move on even if the defenseman wasn’t. Brian Campbell didn’t get a contract offer from the Chicago Blackhawks before deciding to retire from the NHL after 17 seasons, the longtime defenseman revealed at his press conference Tuesday. "They were going to move in a different direction. That was fine with me,” Campbell said at the United Center after being asked whether the Blackhawks showed interest in bringing him back. Campbell took a discounted one-year, $1.5 million deal with the Blackhawks last season to finish his career in Chicago. He told reporters Tuesday...
Chicago Tribune Jul 18, 2017

Brian Campbell on decision to retire

Blackhawks defenseman Brian Campbell talks about his decision to retire after 17 seasons in the NHL on July 18, 2017. (Chris Hine/Chicago Tribune)
CSN Philly Jul 17, 2017

NHL Notes: Defenseman Brian Campbell retiring after 17 seasons

CHICAGO -- Defenseman Brian Campbell is retiring at age 38 after playing 17 NHL seasons and winning the Stanley Cup with the Chicago Blackhawks in
Second City Hockey Jul 17, 2017
Brian Campbell’s arrival confirmed the birth of a new hockey era in Chicago

Brian Campbell’s arrival confirmed the birth of a new hockey era in Chicago

His 2008 signing was a franchise turning point It’s easy to forget just how different the climate was around the Blackhawks prior to the signing of Brian Campbell. There have been other big acquisitions over the years, such as the steal of a deal in the 2005 Patrick Sharp trade and the free agent deal offered to Marian Hossa in 2009. But no one move indicated how different things were going to be than the free agent signing of Brian Campbell in 2008. There was reason for optimism that summer. Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane exploded onto the NHL scene in their rookie seasons. A...
The Globe and Mail Jul 17, 2017

NHL defenceman Brian Campbell announces retirement after 17 seasons

The Blackhawks say Campbell will join their business operations department, assisting with community and youth hockey initiatives and marketing
Second City Hockey Jul 17, 2017
Brian Campbell was never the best, but his longevity stands out among NHL peers

Brian Campbell was never the best, but his longevity stands out among NHL peers

Few NHL defensemen were as productive as Campbell over the past dozen years. Brian Campbell officially hung up the skates on an impressive 17-year NHL career on Monday. He’s joining the Blackhawks’ front office, where he’ll keep trying to make a positive impact off the ice, just like he always did on it. In the history of the NHL, Campbell’s accomplishments might not seem that grand. He never won a Norris Trophy or led the league in a major statistic. His only major award was the 2012 Lady Byng Trophy. Campbell’s most impressive hardware, by far, is the 2010 Stanley Cup he won...

Blackhawks' Brian Campbell retires after 17 seasons in NHL: Three takeaways

The 38-year-old defenseman calls it a career after returning to Chicago last season
Second City Hockey Jul 17, 2017
Brian Campbell retires from NHL, joins Blackhawks’ front office

Brian Campbell retires from NHL, joins Blackhawks’ front office

The end of the Soup era is here. Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Brian Campbell announced his retirement from the NHL after 17 seasons in the league on Monday. He will now join the team’s business operations department, “assisting with various marketing, community relations and youth hockey initiatives.” The news was first reported Sunday by Barstool Sports. Campbell, 38, finished his career with one final season with the Blackhawks. He played in 1,082 regular season games with the Hawks, Panthers, Sabres, and Sharks from 1999 to 2017. He was a part of the 2010 Stanley Cup-winning team...
Sports Mockery Jul 17, 2017

Brian Campbell Retires From Hockey But Will Remain With The Blackhawks

The Chicago Blackhawks announced today that Brian Campbell will be retiring from playing hockey. News first hit last through a rumor from Barstool Big Cat of Barstool Sports. Campbell played in 17 NHL seasons with the Buffalo Sabres, San Jose Sharks, Florida Panthers and most notably for us, the Chicago Blackhawks. In that time he […]
CSN Chicago Jul 17, 2017

Calling it a career: Brian Campbell retires, joins Blackhawks front office

When Brian Campbell returned to the Blackhawks last summer he made it clear that he wanted to stay and raise his family in Chicago. Campbells

Campbell announces his retirement after 17 NHL seasons

CHICAGO (AP) Defenseman Brian Campbell is retiring at age 38 after playing 17 NHL seasons and winning the Stanley Cup with the Chicago Blackhawks in 2010.
Chicago Tribune Jul 17, 2017

Blackhawks' Brian Campbell retires after 17 seasons in NHL

After 17 seasons in the NHL, Blackhawks defenseman Brian Campbell is calling it a career. Campbell, 38, announced his retirement Monday morning. Campbell began his career with the Sabres in 1999 and had two stints with the Hawks. Campbell signed with the Blackhawks in 2008 and was a member of the...

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