The season for Stars goalie prospect Jack Campbell was a lot like the season for all of the Stars goalies _ a learning one.Campbell didn’t play a game in the World Championships in Slovakia (which ended for Team USA on Wednesday), but he was invited by Team USA to be the No. 3 goalie, and Stars goalie coach Mike Valley said that in itself was a great opportunity.``First of all, it says a lot about what USA Hockey thinks of him and what his future with that organization might be,’’ Valley said. ``And secondly, it’s just a great experience for him. To go overseas, to work with the team, and to see what that level of competition is like, those are all great things for a young goalie to experience. I think it’s been great for him.’’Campbell, 19, has had his challenges this year. He jumped from the National Development Program, which plays out of the NAHL, to Major Junior Hockey in Ontario. His first season with Windsor was an interesting one, as he posted a 24-14-4 record with a 3.80 GAA and .884 save percentage (his GAA ranked 23rd in the league) _ certainly not the success he was hoping for. However, he also mixed in some really big performances in big games. After winning the gold medal at the 2010 World Juniors, he came back in 2011 and posted a 1.70 GAA and .941 save percentage and was named the outstanding goalie of the tournament in helping Team USA to the bronze medal.In addition, he led Windsor three rounds deep in the playoffs. And while the stats were not spectacular (9-9, 3.74 GAA, .887 save percentage), the reviews were.``I talked to several people who said he was one of the best, if not the best player for Windsor,’’ Valley said. ``I just think he was challenged and he responded to the challenges, and that’s all you can ask of an athlete at his age.’’While a decision has not been made yet on where Campbell might play next season, the odds are he will return to Windsor and get another season in the OHL. Andrew Raycroft is under contract for another season with the Stars, and it appears Richard Bachman and Tyler Beskorowany are set to return as a goaltending duo with the Texas Stars.``I’m not a fan of rushing young players. I think you need to take your time,’’ said Valley. ``I think if you look at someone like (Kari Lehtonen), you see that he’s still maturing and learning new lessons every day, and that he’s more open to those lessons now. It’s a process, and you want to make sure you put in the work along the way.’’Valley said it will be good for Campbell to get a little down time and rest, but he expects him to be more than ready for next season.``He's not a guy who likes to sit still much, so I'm sure he'll be back at it pretty quickly,'' Valley said.