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Northeastern's Brendan Collier Cleared by NCAA to Play Immediately

The NCAA made the right decision.

Brendan Collier fights for the puck with Maine defenseman Eric Schurhamer in game action last season.
Brendan Collier fights for the puck with Maine defenseman Eric Schurhamer in game action last season.
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Former Boston University forward Brendan Collier has been cleared by the NCAA to begin playing immediately at Northeastern. The Carolina Hurricanes prospect was cut by the Terriers last March and decided to transfer to the Beanpot rival of his former school in June.

Collier, selected in the seventh round o the 2012 NHL Draft by Carolina, took to Twitter to unveil the good news. A former standout at Massachusetts high school hockey power Malden Catholic, Collier could be a boost to NU's offense and will certainly add depth up front.

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Jeff Cox covers college, junior and high school hockey, NCAA recruiting and NHL Draft prospects. Follow him on Twitter @JeffCoxSports.