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Boston College Commit Conor McGlynn Signs with Kingston in OHL

The Eagles lose a 2013 commitment

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The Kingston Frontenacs of the Ontario Hockey League announced today that they had signed forward Conor McGlynn, who had previously been committed to play college hockey for Boston College.

McGlynn is a 6'2" 195 lbs. forward. He is originally from the Boston-area, but moved to Ontario as a youth, where he played his midget hockey. He skated last season with the Sioux City Musketeers of the USHL, where he registered a modest seven goals and three assists in 48 games with the Muskies, while accruing 74 penalty minutes.

Kingston isn't a team that traditionally draws players away from NCAA commitments, but the Fronts have a talented young group of players returning, and could be in contention to be one of the top teams in the OHL in the next two years.

As for as recruiting losses go, this one probably doesn't sting too much for the Eagles. McGlynn hasn't quite developed as hoped since he committed to the Eagles in April 2011, and likely would have been a depth player at most for the Eagles.