The ability to cash in on rebounds and the superb goal tending of Brandy Sweitzer led the Harvard hockey
The victory establishes Harvard as one of the top two hockey powers in the East. Only undefeated Clarkson, which has defeated B.C. twice can be rated above the Crimson.
Harvard went most of last night's game with only three defensemen--Mike Patterson. John Daly, and Bob Clark. Bill Fryer switched from defense to center for Gene Kinazewich and like
The first period began fast, rough, and loose. After
B.C. fans temporarily got noisy during the first few minutes of the second period. At just 9:28, Eagle John Cunniff intercepted Treadwell's clearing pass in front of Gweilzer and beat him cleanly to
But Harvard roared back with three straight scores to take the game out of the Eagles' reach. At 3:17, the rookie the first of its two goals when John Stovens knocked Pete
As both teams continued to maintain a
B.C. controlled the puck during most of the rest of the period, forcing Sweitzer to make at least six saves. Harvard scored its last goal when Sahlin whipped a drop pass from Burnes by Apprille.
The Crimson resorted to defensive hockey during the final 20 minutes, and just barely made it work. The saves