Keith Campbell (ice hockey)

Keith Campbell (Ice Hockey)

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Keith Campbell (ice hockey)

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Keith William "Duke" Campbell (born September 21, 1909, date of death unknown) was an ice hockey player who mainly played in Great Britain. Born in Stratton, Ontario, he is a member of the British Ice Hockey Hall of Fame.

Career

After briefly playing with Pittsburgh and then the Moncton Hawks of the Maritime Senior Hockey League, Campbell signed with the Richmond Hawks of the English National League (ENL) for the 1935–36 season. Campbell then moved to the Harringay Greyhounds in the 1936–37 season where he stayed for four seasons, helping them to win the ENL in 1937–38 and 1938–39. Whilst with the Greyhounds, Campbell was named as a winger to the All-star A Team of the ENL in 1940.

During World War II, Campbell worked in an aircraft factory. However, he continued to play ice hockey for a Sunday league team in Brighton.

After the War, Campbell briefly joined the Brighton Tigers in the autumn of 1946 before he returned to Harringay to join the Harringay Racers for the remainder of the 1946–47 season and earning his second nomination to the All-star A Team, although this time as a defender. Campbell stayed with the Racers for four seasons, being named to the All-star B Team in 1948 and helping them to win the ENL in 1948–49.

Campbell then joined the Earls Court Rangers in 1950 as player-coach where he stayed until he retired from ice hockey in 1953 when he was 44-years-old. Whilst with the Rangers, Campbell...
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