Brian Campbell's Girlfriend

Discussion forum for Brian Campbell's girlfriend (Florida Panthers, NHL). Does Brian Campbell have a girlfriend? Is he dating someone? Is he married? Single? Divorced? Would you date him? Did you date him? Who is his wife? His fiance? Please do not post inappropriate comments, this is a friendly forum for fans. If you see inappropriate comments, then please report them by clicking the report abuse link aside the comment. Please report any comments that suggest the person is gay or had sex with anybody or has an STD. Comments you post may require a paid membership to delete.

Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Wed, 10 Jul 2013 03:04:36 GMT reply
Baby was born yesterday. A girl named Harper Shay.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Thu, 31 Jan 2013 03:39:58 GMT reply
he and lauren are expecting a child in July
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on Sun, 22 Jan 2012 13:16:19 GMT reply
Soup was one of my favorite BHawks.  I'm still sick he was traded but I understand the logistics now.  You FL guys are lucky to have him on your Team, great player and Campbell's got personality.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Wed, 22 Jun 2011 14:03:33 GMT reply
Did you ever think that maybe he still has friends here - he was here for a long time when he played in Buffalo
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Wed, 15 Jun 2011 17:00:44 GMT reply

Seen him recently in Buffalo.  Don't get why he'd be here.

Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Mon, 09 May 2011 00:28:09 GMT reply
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Mon, 24 Jan 2011 18:36:00 GMT A night at the Bulls game with the Blackhawks' Brian Campbell Share |   Brian Campbell watches the Bulls-Detroit Pistons game at the United Center on January 10, 2011. (Nuccio DiNuzzo/Chicago Tribune) Brian Campbell looked up from a text message from Blackhawks teammate Patrick Sharp Monday night and smiled— even if the joke was at his own expense. “I know what you're doing right now,” said the text, a reference to Campbell's tendency to watch ABC's “The Bachelor” on Mondays. “The Bachelor” and its melodramatic rose ceremony, however, would have to wait. Campbell and his girlfriend were taking in the Bulls-Detroit Pistons game at the United Center that night and planned on watching the show when they got home. “I watch ‘The Bachelor' with her,” Campbell said. “The trade-off is that she watches ‘The Biggest Loser' with me. I really like that show. I like to see them lose the weight.” For Campbell, Monday's Bulls game was a rare opportunity to enjoy a sporting event at the United Center from the stands. The 31-year-old defenseman said he makes it to about one Bulls game a year (compared with about seven Cubs games a year). Because the Blackhawks also play their home games at the United Center, Campbell couldn't help but compare the two game experiences, including the national anthem (Blackhawks games are one of the few events where fans cheer during the anthem) and the noise level (“It doesn't usually get loud at Bulls games until the end,” he said). And when there was a small-but-respectable reaction to his appearance on the JumboTron late in the first quarter, Campbell said: “It's different at Hawks games. Everyone cheers. Here, it's different. Nobody knows …” But don't feel too bad for Campbell, whose identifiable curly red hair was hidden beneath an Under Armour knit cap. He and his teammates had their moment in the sun when the Blackhawks won the Stanley Cup in June. Just the other day, he was able to score hard-to-get reservations at Girl & The Goat in the West Loop — something Blackhawks players might have had a hard time with a few years ago. The Stanley Cup victory, the Blackhawks' first in 49 years, still looms large for fans, Campbell said, and they share their cup memories with him regularly. "Everyone has a story,” Campbell said. On Tuesday, Campbell will host his second annual Campbell for Kids Texas Hold 'em Poker Tournament at The Venue in the Horseshoe Casino. The event benefits Campbell for Kids, Autism Speaks and Chicago's Beard School. Campbell hopes to raise money for a playground at Beard and 100-day kits, which guide families through the 100 days after their child has been diagnosed with autism. As was the case last year, when $100,000 was raised for autism charities, Blackhawks players and other celebrities will take part in the tournament and will give the jerseys they'll be wearing to the participants who eliminate them. For a few fans, Monday's Bulls game was also an opportunity to rub elbows with Campbell. At halftime, a woman sitting in the row behind him asked, “Mind signing an autographs for a fan?” Just as he finished signing his name, two teen girls approached him excitedly and said they were huge Blackhawks fans. “I have to tell you, I hugged Jonathan Toews at Gibsons,” said one of the girls, dropping the Blackhawks captain's name. “Can I get one from you?” When Campbell obliged, a man sitting behind him, likely joking, asked “Can I get a hug?” Campbell declined, not that the man should be offended: Campbell wanted no part of the Kiss Cam late in the second half, either — and, fortunately for him, he wasn't put on the spot. “I don't mind kissing (my girlfriend),” he said. “I just don't want to be on the Kiss Cam.” To purchase tickets for the 2011 Campbell for Kids Texas Hold 'Em Poker Tournament, go to campbellforkids.org. Posted at 05:25:07 PM in Blackhawks, Bulls, Sports RECOMMENDED FOR YOU
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Mon, 09 May 2011 00:26:24 GMT reply
Who would they play next?
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Mon, 09 May 2011 00:25:50 GMT reply
Hawks
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Mon, 09 May 2011 00:25:17 GMT reply
Yeah... Go bulls! They have a chance to do for Chicago what the hawks did!
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Mon, 09 May 2011 00:23:48 GMT reply
Let's go Bulls.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Mon, 09 May 2011 00:23:40 GMT reply
Go hawks!
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Mon, 09 May 2011 00:21:24 GMT reply
It's gonna be a long off season....
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Mon, 09 May 2011 00:17:26 GMT reply
As far as I can tell, modern abductions began on 19 September, 1961 with the abduction of Betty and Barney Hill in New Hampshire. Perhaps the escapade of Antonio Villas-Boas in Brazil was a transition between "contactees" and "abductees". He was abducted, more or less, but it was certainly not a classical abduction scenario. (It's a notable fact that this Brazilian farmer went on to attend college and law school, became a lawyer, and that he affirms the validity of his experience to this day.) Before that there were only sightings and "contactees". But "contactees" were not the same as "abductees". "Contactees", such as George Adamski, were taken on sight-seeing tours around the solar system by friendly, attractive blond Venusians, not abducted against their will. The Hills' story was quite different. They were abducted from their car and taken on board some sort of craft for a medical examination, setting a pattern for future abductions. The Hills' story was the first of its kind. In spite of what many skeptics say, the pattern of abductions begun by the Hills' experiences did not exist prior to 1961. Skeptics argue that the basic scenario for the Hills' abduction was portrayed in the 1953 movie Invaders from Mars. Well, there were scenes in that movie in which people were abducted by the Martians and placed in a restraining chair while a device like a long needle implanted a mind-control device in the back of their heads. But the Hills' aliens were basically friendly (although intrusive), not invaders out to create zombies. And the real question must be: Did the Hills ever see that movie? The critics also love to point out that, in 1963, just a twelve days before Barney Hill, under hypnosis, described the aliens as having "wrap-around eyes", an episode of The Outer Limits was broadcast that showed aliens with similar eyes. Once again, to demonstrate cause and effect, it must be proved that Barney had seen that episode of The Outer Limits, or at least a promo for the show with the aliens depicted. In Watch the Skies, Curtis Peebles quotes from an article by Robert Sheaffer in the August, 1976 issue of Official UFO in which Sheaffer says that he examined the positions of the planets for that night (9/19/61) and found that the planet Jupiter would have been in the exact position in which the Hills said they first saw the UFO. Sheaffer said: If an unknown craft had actually been present, the Hills would have seen three objects near the Moon - Jupiter, Saturn, and the UFO. Since they saw only two, this proves that no unusual objects were present at the time. Sheaffer then went on to conclude that the entire experience was caused by the Hills' mis-identification of Jupiter as a UFO. From their story as told in The Interrupted Journey by John G. Fuller, we see that Sheaffer is simply ignoring the rest of the story: Barney...pulled the car over to the side of the road where there was reasonably unobstructed visibility. Betty took Delsey, their dog, for a walk on her leash and noted: ...that the star, or the light, or whatever it was in the September sky, was definitely moving. Barney, noting that the light in the sky WAS moving, was now fully convinced that it was a straying satellite. A few miles farther on, Barney stopped again, and Betty had this comment: "Barney, if you think that's a satellite, or a star, you're being absolutely ridiculous." With his naked eye, Barney could tell that she was right. It was obviously not a celestial object now, he was sure. "We've made a mistake, Betty," he said. "It's a commercial plane. Probably on it's way to Canada." a few miles on: "Barney slowed the car down...and looked again at the strange moving light. In amazement, he noted that it swung suddenly from its northern flight pattern, turning to the west, then completing its turn and heading back directly toward them. Barney stopped the car and: Through the binoculars, Barney now made out a shape, like the fuselage of a plane, although he could see no wings. There also seemed to be a blinking series of lights along the fuselage, or whatever it was, in an alternating pattern. When Betty took the glasses, the object passed in front of the moon, in silhouette. Barney, the skeptic, insisted it must be an airliner that was off course. A few miles further: It was now apparently only a few hundred feet high, and it was huge. Further off, it had seemed to Betty that it was spinning; now it had stopped and the light pattern had changed from blinking, multicolored lights to a steady, white glow. A little later Barney stopped the car to look again: As he did so, the huge object - as wide in diameter as the distance between three telephone poles along the road, Barney later described it - swung in a silent arc directly across the road, not more than a hundred feet from him. The double row of windows was now clear and obvious. Keep in mind that all of this happened BEFORE the "lost time" period suffered by the Hills. These incidents were remembered by the Hills consciously, they were NOT part of the material that later came out under hypnosis. There is much more detail in the book, but this should be enough to show that the debunker was more interested in debunking than in thinking critically about the incident. To think critically, one must consider ALL of the testimony, not just the first few words. It would have been much easier for the Hills to MISS seeing Jupiter than for them to mistake a tiny planet for an object that followed their car and grew in size until it was as big as the distance between three telephone poles. There is evidence that the sighting was corroborated by radar at Pease AFB, New Hampshire, as well. A version of the Hills' story was published in two parts in Look magazine in the fall of 1966, but it wasn't immediately followed by a wave of abduction stories. However, the abduction reasearcher Dr. Leo Sprinkle, a psychologist at the University of Wyoming, is said to have investigated three such cases in 1967 - 1968. One such case in which Dr. Sprinkle was involved was that of Sgt. Herbert Schirmer of Ashland, Nebraska. Sgt. Schirmer was on patrol at 2:30 a.m. on 3 December, 1967 when he saw an object on the road ahead with a row of flickering lights. Believing the object to be a truck, he flashed his high beams at it. When he did so, the object took off skyward at a high rate of speed. Schirmer returned to his station with a severe headache and an inexplicable red welt behind his ear. He drank two steaming hot cups of coffee and logged the event: Saw a flying saucer at the junction of highways 6 and 63. Believe it or not. Schirmer was hypnotized by Sprinkle, and more details came out. Hypnotic sessions revealed that he had followed the craft down a dirt road, where it had landed. He had tried to call for help, but his radio would not work. He found himself unable to draw his revolver or to drive away. The occupants of the craft came and took him aboard, and communicated with him through some form of mental telepathy. They told him that they would visit him twice more and that some day he would "see the universe". They then gave him something similar to a post-hypnotic suggestion that he would forget the things he had seen, and returned him to his car. Schirmer was interviewed by the Condon Committee, but not much publicity was given to his experience. The turbulent end of the sixties saw few abduction reports. In fact, the next abduction story of note was the 1973 Pascagoula, Mississippi Incident. These early abductees were not as consistent in their descriptions of the aliens' appearance as later ones would be. The Pascagoula aliens had pincers like a crab instead of hands. Then, in October, 1975, The UFO Incident, a TV movie about the Hills' abduction starring James Earl Jones and Estelle Parsons, was broadcast on NBC. The abduction stories began to increase dramatically, as we shall see. (Part one of three)
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Mon, 09 May 2011 00:16:58 GMT reply
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Mon, 24 Jan 2011 18:36:00 GMT A night at the Bulls game with the Blackhawks' Brian Campbell Share | Brian Campbell watches the Bulls-Detroit Pistons game at the United Center on January 10, 2011. (Nuccio DiNuzzo/Chicago Tribune) Brian Campbell looked up from a text message from Blackhawks teammate Patrick Sharp Monday night and smiled— even if the joke was at his own expense. “I know what you're doing right now,” said the text, a reference to Campbell's tendency to watch ABC's “The Bachelor” on Mondays. “The Bachelor” and its melodramatic rose ceremony, however, would have to wait. Campbell and his girlfriend were taking in the Bulls-Detroit Pistons game at the United Center that night and planned on watching the show when they got home. “I watch ‘The Bachelor' with her,” Campbell said. “The trade-off is that she watches ‘The Biggest Loser' with me. I really like that show. I like to see them lose the weight.” For Campbell, Monday's Bulls game was a rare opportunity to enjoy a sporting event at the United Center from the stands. The 31-year-old defenseman said he makes it to about one Bulls game a year (compared with about seven Cubs games a year). Because the Blackhawks also play their home games at the United Center, Campbell couldn't help but compare the two game experiences, including the national anthem (Blackhawks games are one of the few events where fans cheer during the anthem) and the noise level (“It doesn't usually get loud at Bulls games until the end,” he said). And when there was a small-but-respectable reaction to his appearance on the JumboTron late in the first quarter, Campbell said: “It's different at Hawks games. Everyone cheers. Here, it's different. Nobody knows …” But don't feel too bad for Campbell, whose identifiable curly red hair was hidden beneath an Under Armour knit cap. He and his teammates had their moment in the sun when the Blackhawks won the Stanley Cup in June. Just the other day, he was able to score hard-to-get reservations at Girl & The Goat in the West Loop — something Blackhawks players might have had a hard time with a few years ago. The Stanley Cup victory, the Blackhawks' first in 49 years, still looms large for fans, Campbell said, and they share their cup memories with him regularly. "Everyone has a story,” Campbell said. On Tuesday, Campbell will host his second annual Campbell for Kids Texas Hold 'em Poker Tournament at The Venue in the Horseshoe Casino. The event benefits Campbell for Kids, Autism Speaks and Chicago's Beard School. Campbell hopes to raise money for a playground at Beard and 100-day kits, which guide families through the 100 days after their child has been diagnosed with autism. As was the case last year, when $100,000 was raised for autism charities, Blackhawks players and other celebrities will take part in the tournament and will give the jerseys they'll be wearing to the participants who eliminate them. For a few fans, Monday's Bulls game was also an opportunity to rub elbows with Campbell. At halftime, a woman sitting in the row behind him asked, “Mind signing an autographs for a fan?” Just as he finished signing his name, two teen girls approached him excitedly and said they were huge Blackhawks fans. “I have to tell you, I hugged Jonathan Toews at Gibsons,” said one of the girls, dropping the Blackhawks captain's name. “Can I get one from you?” When Campbell obliged, a man sitting behind him, likely joking, asked “Can I get a hug?” Campbell declined, not that the man should be offended: Campbell wanted no part of the Kiss Cam late in the second half, either — and, fortunately for him, he wasn't put on the spot. “I don't mind kissing (my girlfriend),” he said. “I just don't want to be on the Kiss Cam.” To purchase tickets for the 2011 Campbell for Kids Texas Hold 'Em Poker Tournament, go to campbellforkids.org. Posted at 05:25:07 PM in Blackhawks, Bulls, Sports RECOMMENDED FOR YO
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Mon, 09 May 2011 00:16:24 GMT reply
When is the Convention?
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Mon, 09 May 2011 00:16:09 GMT reply
Go hawks
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Mon, 09 May 2011 00:16:03 GMT reply
Next year is going to be good.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Mon, 09 May 2011 00:15:51 GMT reply
Go hawks!!!
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Mon, 09 May 2011 00:15:25 GMT reply
Go Hawks
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Sat, 19 Mar 2011 04:59:07 GMT reply
so how did they meet?
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on Wed, 09 Mar 2011 07:08:18 GMT reply

I am a long time Hawks fan, Doug Wilson will always be my favorite Hawks player, but I give credit to Soupy even though I feel he is overpaid.   Tallon believed in him, so I guess we shoudl as well.  Wish him all the best in all aspects of his life.

More Comments...

If the editor doesn't load, then click the button below or refresh the page.

Load Editor
Bold Italic Underline Left Center Right Ordered List Bulleted List Hyperlink Image
Smiley Face Heart
Big Smile
Smiley Tongue
Surprised

Link to this webpage

Find a Player

About Us Contact Us Privacy Policy Terms of Service DivorceIt.ca