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Lorne Campbell (born in Ottawa, Ontario) was a Canadian professional ice hockey player who played 140 games in various professional leagues, including the National Hockey Association (NHA) and International Professional Hockey League (IPHL). Amongst the teams he played for were the Cobalt Silver Kings.

Playing careerEdit

Campbell first played senior hockey for the Montreal Hockey Club. He played for the organization's second team before joining the main squad for 1900–01. He then turned professional in the Western Pennsylvania Hockey League (WPHL) with the Pittsburgh Bankers in the 1901–02 season. He played three seasons with the Bankers before joining the Pittsburgh Pros team in the IPHL, which was a merged team of the best WPHL players. He played three seasons in the IPHL. For the 1907–08 season, he returned to Canada to play for the Winnipeg Maple Leafs of the Manitoba Pro league. That season he played for Winnipeg in its unsuccessful Stanley Cup challenge. He played one season with Winnipeg Strathcona of the Manitoba before finishing his career with one season in the NHA with Cobalt.

Career statisticsEdit

Season Team League Regular season Playoffs
GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM
1899–1900 Montreal-2 CAHL-I stats not available
1900–1901 Montreal-2 CAHL-I stats not available
Montreal CAHL 7 10 0 10 -  
1901–02 Pittsburgh Bankers WPHL 13 6 6 12 19  
Pittsburgh Bankers X-Games 5 6 3 9 6  
1902–03 Pittsburgh Bankers WPHL 14 14 8 22 22 4 4 1 5 4
1903–04 Pittsburgh Bankers WPHL 15 21 8 29 25 2 5 2 7 0

Source: Total Hockey

Awards & recordsEdit

  • 1903, 1904 - WPHL First All-Star team
  • 1906 - IPHL Second All-Star team
  • 1907 - IPHL First All-Star team

Source: Total Hockey

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