2006-07: In his junior year with the University of Alaska-Fairbanks (CCHA), the D-man tallied four goals and a career-high 24 points in 39 games, racking up 54 penalty minutes in the process. He won the squads Best Defenseman Award for his efforts this season. He also appeared in his first NHL game this season, but failed to register any points in his lone game with the Blue Jackets.
2007-08: Opting out of collegiate play, this marked the blue-liners first season of professional hockey, which he spent with two AHL clubs: Syracuse and Lake Erie. In 28 games with the Crunch, he tallied a goal and six points, while adding another goal in eight games with the LE Monsters. Expect to see him back with Lake Erie next season.
2008-09: This marked the blue-liners first full season with the Lake Erie Monsters (AHL), a 74 game campaign that resulted in seven goals and 15 points. He also tallied 61 penalty minutes in his second year of professional hockey. Campbell is set to head overseas for the 2009-10 season, as he joined up with TPS of the SM-Liiga.