Jim Campbell, a forward with the St. Louis Blues, was arrested Wednesday night for driving while intoxicated.
Police stopped Campbell in the St. Louis suburb of Clayton after he drove through a red light. A breathalizer test indicated that he had a .15 blood alcohol level. The legal limit is .10.
Campbell was cited for running the light, and for driving under the influence of alcohol. He's expected to appear in court Sept. 13.
Campbell suffered a groin injury earlier this year that kept him out for a portion of the season.
He was named to the National Hockey League's All-Rookie team in 1996-97, and was a runnerup for the Calder Trophy, given to the NHL's top rookie. He led the Blues in seven goals and 10 points in the 1998 Stanley Cup playoffs.
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