Monday was a good day for the future of the Boston College hockey program.
The Eagles landed a commitment from Sioux Falls Stampede center Cam MacDonald, one of the top ’03 prospects in North America.
MacDonald, from Hammond Plains, Nova Scotia, was signed to a tender by the defending USHL Clark Cup Champion following a terrific season with Selects Academy at South Kent. In 52 games with the school’s 15 Only team, MacDonald scored 72 goals and added 54 helpers for 126 points.
MacDonald adds to Jerry York’s program’s staple of very good ’03 prospects. BC also has landed verbal commitments Chilliwack Chiefs center Peter Reynolds, USA Hockey NTDP U-17 defenseman Aidan Hreschuk, Cushing center Billy Norcross, Avon Old Farms left wing Paul Davey and St. Sebastian’s center Tim Delay.