Men's Ice Hockey
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Freshman forward Jake Horton (above-left) is one of many Crimson skaters who played in the junior leagues before arriving in Cambridge. The practice allowed them to gain experience competing at a high level prior to collegiate play.
Former Harvard hockey star Alexander Killorn '12 has established himself as an important member of the NHL's Tampa Bay Lightning.
Freshman forward Seb Lloyd played in 34 of the Crimson's games this season, amassing seven points for the team.
Men's ice hockey fourth-year forward Colin Blackwell came back from injury for the Crimson after not playing for nearly two season and was instrumental for Harvard's ECAC tournament run.
Sophomore Tyler Moy made strides in his second season with the men's ice hockey team, scoring 12 goals while notching 15 assists.
Steve Michalek stopped 63 shots that headed his way against Boston University in the opening round of the Beanpot, setting a Harvard and Beanpot record.
Junior forward Jimmy Vesey led the Crimson throughout the year, helping Harvard take home the ECAC tournament title while racking up a variety of individual honors.
Mike Taylor '08 reached the NCAA tournament twice during his time with the Crimson.
For Harvard men's hockey players, continuing a career in hockey after graduation can be a tough road.
The junior Hobey Hat Trick finalist for the Harvard men’s hockey team was officially named to USA Hockey’s initial 16-man roster on Tuesday afternoon.
Boston University forward Jack Eichel (left) was named the recipient of the 2015 Hobey Baker Award on Friday, beating out Harvard's Jimmy Vesey (right) and North Dakota's Zane McIntyre.
Boston University freshman forward Jack Eichel topped the nation in scoring with 71 points on the year.
Friday's festivities at Matthews Arena recognized Jimmy Vesey as a member of the 2015 “Hobey Hat Trick”—one of three finalists for college hockey’s highest individual honor—alongside North Dakota junior goaltender Zane McIntyre and the evening’s eventual winner, Boston University freshman forward Jack Eichel.