Cholon cartAGENA, Chile — — A year after he left the team that drafted him, Cholon CAMPBELL has decided to play for his native country of Peru.
On Thursday, the Colorado Avalanche announced the signing of the winger from the Chilean national team to a two-year contract.CAMPBEILTS general manager John MacLean said he hoped the signing would lead to a fruitful relationship for both parties.
Campbell is a player with tremendous talent and he’s been a fantastic addition to our team, MacLean told ESPN.
He’s a great player, a really good player, and I’m really excited about his arrival to Colorado.
He has tremendous size and is very quick and he knows how to get to the net, and he has a great hockey IQ and can play in any situation.