It's one and done for Oliver Wahlstrom at Boston College hockey. But now the question is, what's his next move?

After one season of college hockey with the Eagles, will he go to Europe to play or will he sign a pro contract with the Isles.

The 18-year-old Wahlstrom was born in Maine. His father is a former UMaine Black Bear hockey player, is from Sweden.

In last year's NHL Draft, Wahlstrom was the 11th overall pick by the New York Islanders and he attended Boston College and played for the Eagles until they were beaten in the Hockey East Tournament Championship game by Northeastern.

Wahlstrom finished his freshman season with 19 points in 36 games.

He had two goals and two assists while playing Team USA in the World Junior Tournament in December.

NOTE: Boston College is losing goalie Joseph Woll to the pros. The junior has signed a contract with Toronto...Boston University goalie Jakae Oettinger is also turning pro after his junior year, signing with Dallas.

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