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Brian Campbell is a talented defenseman who won a Stanley Cup with the Chicago Blackhawks.
Despite Campbell's success, his deal is Florida's worst because because there isn't much consistency associated with his point totals. His cap hit and overall contract length is costly.
The Florida Panthers' defender averages around the 40-45 point mark, and had a then career-best in 2008-09 with 52 points.
Since then, Campbell has slipped to 38 and 27 points with a resurgence to 53 points this past season.
The trade to Florida did give Campbell a refreshing jolt of energy but his contract amount and term is what makes his contract bad.
Campbell will be 36 at the end of his current contract and possesses a limited no-trade clause in his contract.
To have a defenseman making over $7 million dollars a year is quite exorbitant considering his lack of consistency at a high rate of play.