Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Cam Darcy Leaves Northeastern

Heralded freshman forward Cam Darcy is leaving the Northeastern hockey program, according to multiple sources. The South Boston native is leaving to report to the Muskegon Lumberjacks of the USHL. Darcy has played in every game this season, but has only registered two assists. He played last season with US National Development Program.

Darcy is most likely going to finish out the year in the USHL before transferring to another school. Presumably unhappy with how he was used in Madigan's system, Darcy would look for another school to call home. He is the second high profile Hockey East freshman to leave school this year. Frank Vatrano left BC before games had even started, choosing to sit out the year before transferring to UMass-Amherst.

UPDATE: Northeastern press release said it was due to "personal reasons."