David William Cameron
Center
Left-Handed Shot
Height: 6' 0", Weight: 185 pounds
Born: 7.29.58 Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
How he arrived: Traded by the New York Islanders with Bob Lorimer for Rockies' 1st round pick in
the 1983 E.D., 10.1.81
How he left: Retired after 84-85 season
Year
Team
GP
G
A
Pts.
+/-
PIM
SOG
PPG
PPA
PPP
SHG
SHA
SHP
GWG
1981-82
COL
66
11
12
23
-14
103
65
0
5
5
1
0
1
0
1982-83
NJ
35
5
4
9
-8
50
29
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
1983-84
NJ
67
9
12
21
-11
85
79
2
1
3
0
1
1
0
Team Career
Totals
COL
66
11
12
23
-14
103
65
0
5
5
1
0
1
0
Team Career
Totals
NJ
102
14
16
30
-19
135
108
3
1
4
0
1
1
0
Franchise
Career Totals
 
168
25
28
53
-33
238
173
3
6
9
1
1
2
0
Regular Season Statistics with the Franchise
Stats in bold signifies team leader.
There's not really that much out there about Cameron, from what I see. At least about his playing days.

I was able to find, however, that he is one of the eight players that shares the franchise record for points in one period
(4) when he achieved that feat against the Quebec Nordiques on February 12, 1982.

After finishing the 84-85 season with the Moncton Golden Eagles (I'm guessing that was Calgary's farm team at the
time, but I have no info about a trade to the Flames.), he went on to play in the New Brunswick Seniors League for
2 seasons. He would play for parts of 2 seasons later on in the decade before calling it a career.

In between, he earned his bachelor's degree from PEI University in business administration, and later got his Master's
from the U. of New Brunswick in education.

He also took to coaching, having done so in both juniors and lower minor leagues. He graduated to the AHL ranks
taking a job with the St. John's Maple Leafs in 1999 for a season. He would join the Binghamton Senators for three
seasons, as well. In time, he became an assistant on the Ottawa Senators' staff, and ultimately the headman for a season
and a half.

Currently, he is an assistant for the Calgary Flames.
Entry Draft: 1978 Eighth Round Pick (135th overall) by the
New York Islanders