Evan Campbell

Panthers Q&A

  • Feb. 23, 2011 12:00 p.m.

Meet Peninsula Panthers’ player Evan Campbell, 20 of Haines Junction, Yukon.

Campbell is currently the league-leading scorer with 37 goals and 50 assists for 87 points. He wears number 11 for the VIJHL junior B club and has played hockey for 15 years.

What has kept you in the sport?

Love for the game.

Who has been the most influential hockey player (NHL or otherwise) in your life?

Reid Campbell because he always pushed me to be better.

What has been your favourite moment as a Panther?

Winning the league championships (with the Panthers) in the 2009-2010 season.

What is your best asset as a hockey player and as a person?

My work ethic.

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