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Men's Ice Hockey

Bye For Now
Men's Ice Hockey

Bye For Now

Having already clinched a first-round bye in the ECAC tournament, the Crimson embarks on its final regular season weekend looking to solidify the lines and build some momentum ahead of the off-week.

Bye For Now
Men's Ice Hockey

LIVE: Men's Hockey Seeking Season Sweep of Brown

Harvard must play out its final weekend of regular season action against two hungry rivals still jockeying for position in the conference standings. Tonight, the Crimson battle Brown looking to complete the season sweep.

Just in Time
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Just in Time

Junior forward Ryan Donato made his return to the lineup Friday night after putting forth a stellar performance in the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics.

A Lack of Certainty
Men's Ice Hockey

A Lack of Certainty

Junior net-minder Michael Lackey was back between the pipes on Friday at Brown. The goalie situation for the Crimson remains unclear as the team heads into its final regular season game before the ECAC bye week.

Fresh Looks on the PP
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Fresh Looks on the PP

In the middle frame, freshman blue-liner Reilly Walsh put home a rebound on the power play for his third goal in as many games.

Jack of All Trades
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Jack of All Trades

Freshman forward Jack Badini notched a goal in Harvard's losing effort to Brown on Friday night

Homestretch
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Homestretch

With four games remaining in its regular season schedule, the Crimson will want to pocket as many of the eight points up for grabs as possible before the ECAC tournament.

Thank You, Seniors
Men's Ice Hockey

Thank You, Seniors

Tonight, as the Crimson squares off against visiting No. 7/3 Clarkson, the program will honor its seniors. The hard-working group of seven, including Harvard's first-ever captain trio, will be honored after the game.

Thank You, Seniors
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LIVE: Men's Hockey to Honor Seniors Against Clarkson

The Harvard hockey program will honor its seven outgoing seniors tonight after a battle with No. 7/3 Clarkson for a crucial two conference points.

TPB at 1C
Men's Ice Hockey

TPB at 1C

Sophomore forward Ty Pelton-Byce has filled the first-line center vacancy left by junior Ryan Donato, who is currently playing for Team USA in the 2018 Olympic Games. Pelton-Byce has fit in quite nicely, inking the score sheet in all four games he has played at 1C.

Merrick-tocracy
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Merrick-tocracy

Tri-captain Merrick Madsen, one of the seven fourth-years honored in Saturday's senior night ceremony, made his return to the blue paint and put forth a solid performance (2 GA, .929 SV%) in his team's victory.

Flood of Physicality
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Flood of Physicality

Junior Michael Floodstrand, pictured here, was one of many players involved in the chippy, physical match on Saturday night.

Fox Rocks
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Fox Rocks

Sophomore blue-liner Adam Fox put forth a stellar performance this weekend, logging his first-career hat trick and manning a power play that saw a total revival after recently going through a 17-attempt dry spell.

Wily Reilly
Men's Ice Hockey

Wily Reilly

Freshman blue-liner Reilly Walsh scored a goal in both games this weekend and is looking like an Adam Fox prodigy, from a puck-moving, power play wizard standpoint.

TPB at 1C
Men's Ice Hockey

Men's Hockey Clinches ECAC Tournament Bye After Taking Down No. 7 Clarkson, 5-2, on Senior Night

On Saturday, the Harvard men’s hockey team honored its seven seniors for their contributions to the program over the last four years. But in the Crimson’s 5-2 victory over No. 7/3 Clarkson, it was the underclassmen who carried the way.

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