The '99 native of Commerce, MI played both forward and defense this past season for the Little Flyers, his 2nd season in the Eastern Hockey League (EHL) and first full campaign in Philadelphia. Dating back to brief stint he had with the New Jersey 87s, the veteran played in 95 career games in the EHL, tallying 27 goals and 32 assists along the way.
"Going into the season, we were counting on Cam as a top-six forward, and as the season progressed we needed help on the blue line, he jumped back to play defense without a complaint; he was truly a team-first guy," said Little Flyers head coach and general manager Mark Catron. "He went back and forth between forward and defense quite a few times during the year, displaying his versatility. In our first round series against Team Maryland I thought he was one of our best players on the ice. Cam is one of the most unselfish players I have had the opportunity to coach in my career. I think Cam’s speed, size, and strength will help him successfully transition to the NCAA game."
Lindsay is the 2nd EHL player from the 2019-20 season that has chosen FSU for this upcoming fall. Looking back on past Little Flyers who made the same decision, and Trevor Lewandoski and Ricky Walsh each chose the Rams program following the end of the 2017-18 season. Lindsay is looking forward to the next step, and also very grateful for everyone that helped him reach this goal.
"I am very excited to announce my commitment to Framingham State University," said Lindsay. "I have chosen to attend Framingham not only to extend my hockey career, but they provide me the very best path in the academics I need to achieve my goal in pursuing a career in orthopedic medicine and sport science. I would like to thank all the people in my life that have helped make this possible. First, I would like to thank my family for always pushing me to be the very best and supporting me no matter the outcome. Second, the Philadelphia Little Flyers organization, for giving me the opportunity to play in a great environment, from Coach Catron helping me to become a better two-way player, to the support of my teammates during our long seasons, and an ownership group that supported me during the last two years. Lastly, I’d like to thank Coach Bailey and the Framingham State University staff for this great opportunity. I feel I am very blessed for this opportunity to continue playing the game I love and for everything that it has prepared me for to take the next chapter of my life. Thanks again to everyone that made it possible."
Learn more about the Little Flyers on the team's official website, and check out the full 2019-20 NCAA commitment list.