Tuesday, August 6, 2013

American Forward Darcy Commits to Screaming Eagles

Press Release

Sydney – The Cape Breton Screaming Eagles announced today that 19 year old American center Cameron Darcy has committed to pursuing his junior career with the club.  

The South Boston, Massachusetts native was drafted by the Screaming Eagles in the 2011 QMJHL Draft.  Darcy spent the majority of last season with the Muskegon Lumberjacks of the United States Hockey League but also played 9 games with Northeastern in NCAA.  In 45 games played for the Lumberjacks, he had 12 goals and 19 assists.  

The 6'01 and 193 pound forward is a product of the USA Hockey Development Program.  Darcy played for Team USA on both their Under 17 and Under 18 teams, winning gold in the 2012 IIHF World Under 18 Championships.

"Cameron feels the best place for him to achieve his goal of playing in the NHL is Cape Breton", commented General Manager and Head Coach Marc-André Dumont. "His international experience and his 3 seasons played in junior hockey in the USHL make him an experienced forward that will impact our roster".
The 2013 Screaming Eagles Training Camp begins on Monday, August 12th at the County Arena.

(Nathan can be reached at nathanfournier@mainehockeyjournal.com)

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