2006-07: Named the Ontario Hockey Association Junior B Player of the Year and the league’s MVP for 2006-07, Campbell was the first player the Rangers have chosen out of Junior B in recent memory. With 95 points in 46 games, Campbell was second in the league in scoring and first among all players in power play goals (23).
2007-08: Campbell spent the 2007-08 season with the Broncos of Western Michigan University. The center was second on the team in total points and led all rookies in scoring for the year.
Talent AnalysisA highly skilled player with good hockey sense and a nose for the net, Cambell has a lot of upside.
"Max seems to excel in pressure situations. He has consistently shown the ability to make the big play when the game is on the line."-- Rich Brown, NY Rangers Amateur Scout.
In danger of becoming a specialty player, to succed at the next level, Campbell will need to better round his game.