Lt. Colonel Clarence S. Campbell (1905-1984) and the Oxford Blues following the 14th Varsity Match, in St. Moritz, Switzerland in 1928.
After graduating from Oxford Campbell became the third president of the NHL, holding office from 1946 to 1977*.
It was a close game that day, with Oxford losing 1-0. Campbell is standing, 3rd from right.
Down the Hall
Campbell Blues recipients wearing their Campbell Coats at the Hockey Hall of Fame Archives, Toronto, Canada, 10th August 2015.
The team met with Phil Pritchard, the Keeper of the Stanley Cup and head curator of the Hall of Fame, to retire two team jerseys in the Hall.
2015 marked 110 years since the foundation of the Oxford Canadians, and 130 years since the foundation of the Oxford Blues.
A Mark of Recognition
The Campbell Blue is a player award on the Oxford Blues in recognition of commitment to the team on and off the ice throughout the season. The recipients are selected annually by the Captain and his executive. Recipients of the Campbell Blue are able to own and wear the Campbell Blue blazer.