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Cam Darcy Leaves Northeastern

Freshman forward Cam Darcy has opted to leave Northeastern for the USHL.

College Hockey News' Mike McMahon reported this morning that Northeastern freshman forward Cam Darcy has opted to leave Northeastern. He was recently added to the player list for the Muskegon Lumberjacks of the USHL. Darcy appeared in all nine games for the Huskies this season, but only registered a pair of assists in the scoring column.

Darcy was the first member this year's freshman class to commit to Northeastern back in April of 2010 when Greg Cronin was still Northeastern's head coach, and was considered a pretty big get for the Huskies. He played two years for the NTDP program prior to college, and showed flashes of real offensive promise, but struggled with consistency.

Darcy will return to the USHL, and could return to Northeastern next season, though unlikely. More likely is that he transfer to another school and be eligible to begin playing for them in the second semester of next season.