Keith William "Duke" Campbell - Born September 21st, 1909 in Stratton Ontario - Died (unknown) was a Canadian Hockey Player who played most of his career in the England.
Keith Campbell became the first inductee into the British Ice Hockey Hall of Fame after holding a then record of 359 consecutive league and cup appearances in the English National League.
An engineering graduate of Manitoba University, the 5’8”, 162lb-left winger played for the Moncton Hawks of the Maritime Senior Hockey League.
Campbell then went to London, England to join the English National League (ENL) Richmond Hawks for the 1935/36 season.
Campbell spent four years as a Harringay Greyhound, helping them to win the ENL in 1937–38 and 1938–39. And with the Greyhounds, Campbell was named as a winger to the All-star A Team of the ENL in 1940. During the Second World War, he worked in an aircraft factory and turned out for Brighton’s Sunday league outfit.
After the War, Campbell briefly joined the Brighton Tigers in the autumn of 1946 before he returned to Harringay to join the Harringay Racers for the remainder of the 1946–47 season and earning his second nomination to the All-star A Team, although this time as a defender. Campbell stayed with the Racers for four seasons, being named to the All-star B Team in 1948 and helping them to win the ENL in 1948–49.
Keith Campbell proved his versatility by being named in the 1939/40 All-Star A-team as a left-winger and to the 1946/47 A-team as a defenceman.
The following year he was named coach of the All-Star B-team, a feat he repeated in the 1951/52 honours.
He retired in 1953 aged 44, as the oldest player in the league. His twelve seasons saw him post figures of 156 goals and 255 assists for 411 points from 545 games, taking 203 penalty minutes in the process.