Gregory Campbell C BOS 22 Days
Campbell (upper body) saw 12:13 worth of ice time in his return to the Boston lineup Saturday against the Flyers.
With Campbell back in the mix and centering the Bruins' fourth line along with Maxime Talbot and Daniel Paille, Brian Ferlin was a healthy scratch Saturday. Though Campbell helps solidify the team's fourth line and contributes as a penalty killer, his fantasy value is modest in that role. In 55 games to date, the veteran pivot has recorded nine points and 41 PIM to go along with a plus-3 rating.
Gregory Campbell C BOS 22 Days
Campbell (upper body) will rejoin the Bruins' lineup Saturday against the Flyers.
The upper-body injury had forced Campbell out of the Bruins' previous four games, but it looks like he's now ready to go after returning to practice a few days ago. Brian Ferlin will head to the press box to create an opening in the lineup for Campbell.
Gregory Campbell C BOS 24 Days
Campbell (upper body) won't play Thursday against the Flames.
Campbell, who last suited up on Feb. 22, thus remains in the day-to-day category in advance of Saturday's game against the Flyers.
Gregory Campbell C BOS 25 Days
Campbell (upper body) took light contact at practice Wednesday, but is doubtful for Thursday's game against the Flames.
With Campbell likely to miss his fourth straight game Thursday and newcomer Brett Connolly now out, look for Brian Ferlin and Maxime Talbot to be part of the Bruins' forward lineup Thursday night.
Gregory Campbell C BOS 26 Days
Campbell (upper body) did not absorb contact at Tuesday's practice.
Campbell remains iffy for Thursday's game against the Flames, though with the Bruins having added forwards Brett Connolly and Maxime Talbot at the NHL trade deadline, the team can probably afford to not rush Campbell back.
Gregory Campbell C BOS 27 Days
Campbell (upper body) is close to a return to action.
Based on the report, Campbell, who last suited up on Feb. 22, could resume action as soon as Thursday's game against the Flames. Upon his return, he'll join a Boston forward corps bolstered by the additions of Maxime Talbot and Brett Connolly in advance of Monday's NHL trade deadline.
Gregory Campbell C BOS 1 Month
Campbell will be out at least a week with an upper-body injury.
With both Campbell (who has nine points and 41 PIM in 54 games) and David Krejci dealing with injuries, Ryan Spooner centered the Bruins' second line at Tuesday's morning skate, while Chris Kelly manned the middle on the team's fourth line.
Gregory Campbell C BOS 2 Months
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 4 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 5 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.