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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.

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