Men's Ice Hockey
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The junior left wing is the Harvard men's ice hockey team's first player in 15 years to receive the Ancient Eight's top honor.
Junior co-captain Kyle Criscuolo, who ranks fifth in the ECAC in both goals and points, hopes the team will be able to start fresh in the postseason this weekend.
When the No. 19/- Harvard men’s ice hockey team played Brown on Feb. 7, Brown had not won a conference game since Dec. 6 and sat in a tie for dead last in the ECAC standings. The story is different this time around.
Led by co-captain Max Everson, depicted in Monday's Beanpot tilt against BC, Harvard will look to bounce back from its latest loss with a win on Senior Night.
Junior forward Jimmy Vesey logged a goal and an assist on Saturday, finishing the season with 18 goals on 34 points in conference play, both tops in the ECAC.
Junior forward Jimmy Vesey became the first Harvard player to capture both the conference goal and conference point scoring titles in 24 years in a 5-0 victory over Princeton.
Vesey's power play goal was not enough for the Crimson to overcome an early three goal deficit against No. 10/9 Quinnipiac.
Harvard was unable to claim a victory at home as the Crimson allowed three early goals in a 5-2 loss to the No. 10/9 Bobcats.
Co-captain Max Everson, shown in previous action, and the Crimson look to clinch a first round bye in the playoffs as they face ECAC foes Quinnipiac and Princeton this weekend.
Max Everson and the Harvard men's hockey team are approaching the final weekend of the regular season with a playoff mentality.
Boston College goaltender Thatcher Demko (33 saves) celebrates after his team's 3-2 overtime victory over the Crimson on Monday.
Co-captain Max Everson carries the puck up the ice in Monday's Beanpot consolation game against Boston College.
Harvard took the ice on Monday having brought up the rear in 11 of the 20 latest iterations of the annual tournament. In the consolation game of a Beanpot that has been anything but traditional, history held serve, as the No. 9/10 Eagles skated away with a 3-2 come-from-behind victory at TD Garden.
Junior co-captain Kyle Criscuolo had the lone goal of the night for the Crimson in its 5-1 loss to St. Lawrence on Friday.