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Dalton MacAfee leaves Boston University hockey program

MacAfee is a former Notre Dame lacrosse commit.

Matt Dewkett

Dalton MacAfee is no longer a member of the hockey team at Boston University. The former St. Sebastian's star defenseman would have been a sophomore this season for David Quinn's Terriers. MacAfee, a Needham, Mass. native, is the son of former Notre Dame football All-American Ken MacAfee and a former Fighting Irish lacrosse recruit.

It is not yet known where MacAfee will land. A '94, he has one year left of junior hockey eligibility or he could play college lacrosse instead.

The Terriers unveiled their 2014-15 roster yesterday, including four previously unannounced recruits. Freshman forward Jack Eichel is one of the most talked about American-born prospects in years. He is expected to go in the top five of the 2015 NHL Draft.


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