Powassan to Blind River


Randy Russon
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August 9, 2019

St. Joseph Island product David Campbell has had his Northern Ontario Jr. Hockey League rights traded from the Powassan Voodoos to the Blind River Beavers.

Campbell, a 6-foot, 170-pound forward, netted 17 goals, 25 assists, 42 points in 63 games for Powassan in 2018-2019, regular season and playoffs included.

Blind River gets Campbell from Powassan in a cash exchange.

A 2002 birth-year skater, Campbell was taken by the North Bay Battalion in the fourth round of the 2018 Ontario Hockey League priority selections draft.


What you think about “Powassan to Blind River”

  1. Way to go Coach Brick
    David, Welcome back as a signed player.
    It will be nice to have the Campbell family back in the barn
    Go Beavers Go

  2. Voodoos and butlers “battalion” relationship might be on the outs… Jim Bruce is a smart man and he probably predicted the battalion demise in under a decade and that a big rink with a big jumbo tron that will be left empty if the battalion leave… again smart play Jim…

  3. Thus is what happens when your progression has peaked and the OHL clubs feels that you no longer have a chance to make the club…you get traded closer to home to play Tier II.
    Good move by the kid.

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