Bandits take a hit as Ducks call up 2

February 06, 1996

The Bandits lost a good portion of their offense yesterday when leading scorer J. F. Jomphe and Jim Campbell, who had four goals and three assists in seven games, were called up to the NHL by the parent Anaheim Mighty Ducks.

Jomphe (21 goals, 34 assists) had played all but two of Baltimore's 50 games, scoring four game-winning goals.

Campbell was assigned to the Bandits on Jan. 16, when Anaheim acquired him in a trade from the Montreal Canadiens after he had scored 28 goals in 44 games with Fredericton of the American Hockey League.

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