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6 Future Eagles Named to 2017 NTDP Evaluation Camp Roster

BC and BU both have 6 recruits on the roster.

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The 2017 NTDP Evaluation Camp Roster has been released, and Boston College and Boston University lead all universities with 6 recruits each on the roster. The evaluation camp roster consists of 46 of the top American hockey players born in 2001. The 2017 evaluation camp will be used to select the 2017-18 U.S. National Under-17 Team. The Camp will take place from March 24-28 at USA Hockey Arena in Plymouth, Michigan.

Boston College will be represented by 2 forwards, 3 defensemen, and 1 goalie.

Matthew Boldy and Patrick Moynihan are both forwards that are set to join BC for the 2019-20 season. Both are from Millis, MA. Boldy plays for Dexter and for the Cape Cod Whalers. He has 25 points in 13 games for the Whalers. Moynihan plays for Noble & Greenough and has 35 points over 27 games.

Drew Helleson, Ryan Siedem, and Cam York are the three future BC defenders on the camp roster. Helleson and York are set to join BC in 2019-20, while Siedem is likely to join the Eagles in 2020-21. Helleson plays for Shattuck St. Mary's, where he has 26 assists this season. York also plays for Shattuck St. Mary's. Siedem, meanwhile, began playing for Avon Old Farms School this season.

Spencer Knight is one of five goalies on the evaluation camp roster. Knight is set to be Joseph Woll’s replacement. He is scheduled to join BC in 4 years, but could come early if Woll leaves after 3. Knight plays at Avon Old Farms School.

There are 16 players on the roster who have not yet committed to play for a university, so it is possible that 1 or 2 of them could end up at BC as well.

Good luck to the future Eagles - we’re hoping you all make the final cut!