Brian Campbell happy to be part of so...

Brian Campbell happy to be part of souped-up Chicago Blackhawks

There are 9 comments on the Chicago Tribune story from Dec 29, 2008, titled Brian Campbell happy to be part of souped-up Chicago Blackhawks. In it, Chicago Tribune reports that:

Brian Campbell could see this coming. Well, maybe not the franchise-record nine-game winning streak, but he could see that the Blackhawks were going to be good.

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WrecksAlwaysSux

King Of Prussia, PA

#1 Dec 29, 2008
Campbell needs to pull the trigger to shoot more. I notice Wisniewski, Walker, and Sopel are much more inclined to do so.
Jim

Chicago, IL

#2 Dec 30, 2008
Campbell has been great for the Hawks. Who better for Duncan Keith to learn from?
Hockeybuff

Chicago, IL

#3 Dec 30, 2008
Campbell needss to continue to do what he has been doing. When he gets a clear shot or decent chance at a clear shot he takes it. When he feels his teamates have a better chance of scoring he passes (20 assists). Dont get me wrong, i ,love this guys shot but it aint broke so dont fix it :) The guy is worth every penny the Hawks gave to him to get him here.

I know the Offense gets alot of praise and it should but it sure isd fun watching Campbell,Keith,Seabrook and the boys in their own end.
Section 319

AOL

#4 Dec 30, 2008
Another test. Need a split for a passing grade. Losing both suggests not there yet. Winning both suggests anything is possible this year.

Let's Go Hawks!!
Gooback92

Chicago, IL

#5 Dec 30, 2008
Campbell was a great pick up. Glad to see he's liking it so far in Chicago.
Tony

Saint Petersburg, FL

#6 Dec 30, 2008
We needed a QB for the PP and Tallon got the best available. He's been outstanding...Looking forward to the game tonight. GO HAWKS!!

“COMMIT TO THE INDIAN”

Since: Oct 08

Naperville

#7 Dec 30, 2008
I have been happy with the signing of Campbell since day 1. He is a great offensive minded defenseman. The only drawback with him is that he is not a big physical d-man. But that is not what he needs to be. When he is on the ice it is like we have 4 forwards on the ice. He can strip the puck away from the best forwards in the league and is great on the PP. This guy is the real deal here and I am so happy he is wearing the indian head.
Craig

West Bend, WI

#8 Dec 30, 2008
Campbell has given our power play a huge boost and he has been everything we hoped for when we threw that money at him this offseason. Here's to hoping for a sweep of the Wings this week! Go Hawks!
WrecksAlwaysSux

King Of Prussia, PA

#9 Dec 31, 2008
A big I told you so. PP outage when you cycle the puck but don't shoot enough.

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