Goalie Dylan St. Cyr decommits from Michigan

The Detroit News
Goalie Dylan St. Cyr makes a save during practice.

Dylan St. Cyr, a U-18 goalie in USA Hockey's National Team Development Program, pulled his commitment from Michigan late last week, the USA NTDP confirmed. The news was first reported by The Michigan Daily.

St. Cyr, 17, has played in 28 games with the USNTDP this season, posting a 16-10 record with a 2.85 goals-against average, .896 save percentage and one shutout. He committed to Michigan on Aug. 6, 2015.

His exit leaves Michigan with six commits for the 2018-19 class: left wing Calen Kiefiuk, centers Jack Randl and Blade Jenkins, and defensemen Jacob Semik, Mattias Samuelsson and Quinton Hughes.

St. Cyr was drafted in the 13th round (255 overall) by the Windsor Spitfires in the 2016 Ontario Hockey League Priority Selection. He's also eligible for the 2017 NHL Entry Draft.

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