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Drafted 156th overall by the Buffalo Sabres in 1997, Campbell in his final year of junior would score 87 points in 62 games and helped lead his team to the Memorial Cup Championship. He was also named the OHL’s Top Defenseman, and MVP. Brian’s next two seasons were spent with the Sabres farm team the Rochester Americans though he would play 29 games on the Buffalo blue line and chipped in three goals and six points. Campbell would dress as an everyday player with the Sabres in 2002-03. After his breakout season with the Sabres in 2005-06, Campbell led all Eastern Conference defenceman in All-Star voting. As a result, starting in his first NHL All-Star game. That season Campbell recorded a career high 48 points and helped the Sabers win the Presidents Trophy in 2006-07. A year later, with Campbell set to become an unrestricted free agent, the Buffalo Sabres would trade him to the San Jose Sharks. Campbell played in 20 games that year and was the quarterback of the Sharks offensive rushes. During the off-season in 2008 Campbell signed an 8-year deal with the Chicago Blackhawks, due to injury Campbell was limited 68 regular season games and 19 playoff games. the 2009-10 season would end triumphantly for Campbell and the Blackhawks when they defeated the Philadelphia Flyers in six games to capture the club’s first Stanley Cup championship since 1961. In the summer 2011, Campbell’s time in Chicago would come to an end. He was traded to the Florida Panthers. In his first season with the panthers, Campbell was awarded the Lady Byng Memorial Trophy. After spending five seasons in Florida, Campbell would re-join the Chicago Blackhawks. He would appear in 80 games for the Blackhawks during the 2016-17 season. In the summer of 2017, Campbell officially announced his retirement from the NHL.