Men's Ice Hockey

Snow Big Deal
Men's Ice Hockey

Snow Big Deal

After a 6-2 victory last night over Quinnipiac, Harvard aims to build its first win streak of the season as it visits Princeton on Saturday night.

Face Wash
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Face Wash

Things got chippy after the whistle on Saturday night. Here, freshman forward Jack Badini receives a healthy face wash from Princeton's Max Becker after trying to dislodge a puck from net-minder Ryan Ferland.

Lewis Down Low
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Lewis Down Low

Junior forward Lewis Zerter-Gossage spent a lot of time in the slot and around the Princeton goal on Saturday. This hard work paid off, as the top-liner buried a power play wrist shot from the slot in the first period.

Smiley for Reilly
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Smiley for Reilly

The top power play unit celebrates after freshman Reilly Walsh's one-time snipe from the right circle. Walsh kicked off the scoring for his team, who executed again on the man advantage later in the period.

Lack-to-Lack
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Lack-to-Lack

After a win against Quinnipiac the night prior, coach Donato went with junior goaltender Michael Lackey again between the pipes. The net-minder picked up another win on a relatively light workload on Saturday.

Smiley for Reilly
Men's Ice Hockey

Men's Hockey Completes Four-Point Weekend at Princeton

For an entire month, the outlook was bleak for the Harvard men’s hockey team. Behind a frustrated offense, the losses kept piling up, and the Crimson found itself bumped out of the USCHO poll for the first time in a year and a half. Finally, though, Harvard has something to build on after registering its first four-point weekend of the season. A 5-2 triumph over Princeton on Saturday completed the weekend’s back-to-back wins.

Offense from the Defense
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Offense from the Defense

Harvard aims to start the road back to a .500 record tonight vs. Quinnipiac. After a Frozen Four appearance last season, the program wants to return to its winning ways.

Sherminated
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Sherminated

The team celebrates its first goal of the evening as senior blue-liner Wiley Sherman finds nets a slapshot from the point. The strike was the first of three opening-period tallies for the Crimson.

Top Line, Pop Twine
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Top Line, Pop Twine

Harvard's top line was cooking on Friday night, as the team received contributions from juniors Lewis Zerter-Gossage and Ryan Donato.

Donato Down Low
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Donato Down Low

Junior forward Ryan Donato did much of his damage down low on Friday night. On the Crimson's first goal, Donato served as a screen in front of the net, and then he added two goals of his own from in close. By potting the first of those two pucks, the center extended his point streak to nine games.

It's a Wrap
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It's a Wrap

Junior forward Ryan Donato punches in his second goal of the night on a wrap-around effort, just barely beating Shortridge moving pipe-to-pipe.

Lack is Back
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Lack is Back

Junior goaltender Michael Lackey made his season debut in a surprise move by coach Ted Donato '91, who benched tri-captain Merrick Madsen in promoting Lackey. Look for Harvard to ride the solid play of Lackey for the time being.

It's a Wrap
Men's Ice Hockey

Men's Hockey Nabs Much-Needed Win From Quinnipiac

After a 2-5-1 start to the season, the Crimson battled Quinnipiac in dire need of a win—nothing more, nothing less, just the two conference points. And a victory is exactly what Harvard earned on Friday night, as the visiting Crimson edged a physical and relentless Bobcats team, 6-2. Harvard picks up its first tick in the win column since a November 4th shutout against Brown.

Down but Not Out
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Down but Not Out

After a rough stretch of games the past few weeks, Harvard looks to claw back to .500, starting with a pair of ECAC contests this weekend at Quinnipiac and Princeton.

Down but Not Out
Previews

Preview: Men's Hockey Starts Road Back to .500 This Weekend

For Harvard, the road to a winning record ideally begins this weekend. The Crimson embarks on its least busy month of the schedule—just four games are slotted for December—with a pair of ECAC contests featuring Quinnipiac on Friday and Princeton the following night.