Gregory Campbell C BOS 11 Days

Campbell scored the game-winning goal in Tuesday's victory over the Stars.

With just seven points in 42 games this season, Campbell doesn't provide much scoring punch as a member of the Bruins' checking line. The team will continue to rely on him to be a steady presence on their penalty kill and as an even-strength defender, but he won't pile up enough hits or PIM in that role to remain relevant in most specialty formats.

Gregory Campbell C BOS 2 Months

Campbell netted an early goal in Thursday's win over the Sharks.

Campbell made some waves in October when he scored three points over a four-game span, but he had gone completely dry since that time. Thursday's goal was his first point since Oct. 28, with the center providing zeroes in goals or assists in 15 straight contests. He'll offer the majority of his value to the Bruins as a member of their penalty kill.

Gregory Campbell C BOS 3 Months

Campbell recorded an assist in 9:01 worth of ice time in Tuesday's 4-3 loss to the Wild.

Campbell now has points (including two goals) in three of his last four games, though in general, in his role as the Bruins' fourth-line center, his fantasy utility is restricted to deeper formats.

Gregory Campbell C BOS 4 Months

Campbell saw 10:38 worth of ice time in his return to action Thursday against the Canadiens.

Campbell returned to his usual assignment of centering the B's fourth line, an assignment that provides him with modest fantasy value, though the experience and grit he provides to the team's forward corps in that role are assets to the Bruins.

Gregory Campbell C BOS 4 Months

Campbell (abdomen) was activated from the Bruins' non-roster injury list and will play Thursday against the Canadiens, Fluto Shinzawa of the Boston Globe reports.

Campbell still hadn't been cleared for contact as recently as a few days, so his availability for Thursday's contest comes as something of a surprise. In any case, despite missing much of training camp with a mid-core injury, it appears Campbell will reprise his role as the Bruins' fourth-line center, where he'll be joined by Daniel Paille and Simon Gagne. Ryan Spooner will serve as a healthy scratch to clear a spot for Campbell in Thursday's lineup.

Gregory Campbell C BOS 4 Months

Though Campbell (core) has been skating with his teammates, he has yet to be cleared for contact.

The report notes that there's no timetable for Campbell's return, with Craig Cunningham manning the Bruins' fourth-line center slot in the meantime.

Gregory Campbell C BOS 4 Months

Campbell (abdomen) was placed on the Bruins' non-roster injury list, Amalie Benjamin of the Boston Globe reports.

Campbell missed the entire preseason with a mid-core injury and will not be available for Wednesday's regular-season opener versus the Flyers. Look for Craig Cunningham to assume his spot as the Bruins' fourth-line center.

Gregory Campbell C BOS 4 Months

Campbell (core) is not expected to play in Wednesday's season opener against the Flyers, WEEI Boston reports.

Campbell has been able to skate some lately, but he was not able to take part in Tuesday's practice, so it's evident he still has some recovering to do. It remains to be seen when Campbell will be ready for game action, as he will have to get back into playing shape after sitting out the entire preseason.

Gregory Campbell C BOS 4 Months

Though Campbell (mid-core) skated on his own Thursday morning, he is viewed as doubtful for the start the regular season, reports.

In the likely event that Campbell is unavailable to start the coming season, Craig Cunningham appears on track to center the Bruins' fourth line out of the gate, in Campbell's place.

Gregory Campbell C BOS 4 Months

Campbell's coach stated that the center (core) is currently questionable for the season opener October 8th, the Bruin's official site reports.

The report also states that Campbell could start skating as early as this week. If this indeed happens, it seems likely that Campbell would be available for the season opener. If he cannot go at the start of the season, he will probably not miss many more games, barring a setback.