We’re finally into the final stretch of the NHL’s regular season as March has come and gone, and with that, it’s time to check in on six former Maple Leafs that left the team last off-season and see how they’re doing with their new clubs as of late.
1. Jack Campbell – EDM – 31 years old – G
March 2023 stats: 3 GP – 2-1-0 – 4.58 GAA – .864 SV% – 0 SO
2022-23 stats: 34 GP – 19-9-4 – 3.59 GAA – .882 SV% – 0 SO
Contract: 5 years x $5M
If it wasn’t already clear that Edmonton’s starting goalie is Stuart Skinner, it’s clear now.
Jack Campbell has had a season to forget in his first year with his new team. It seems like Campbell was never able to find his game at all this season and struggled to keep the puck out of his net almost every single time he was between the pipes.
After signing a massive five-year, $25M deal in free agency last off-season, the Oilers were hoping that Campbell was the answer to their goaltending problems. However, that has not been the case this season and he has lost his starting role to Stuart Skinner multiple times.
He was only able to play in three games last month posting a positive record of 2-1-0, but it’s not the …
Author: Joseph Zita / The Leafs Nation