Men's Ice Hockey
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Allen Bourbeau ’88, Ted Donato ’91, and Nick Carone (L-R) ’89 celebrate in front of the Harvard section at the St. Paul Civic center on April 1, 1989.
NCAA trophy in hand, Harvard captain Lane MacDonald ’88-89 (left) embraces coach Bill Cleary ’56 on the ice following Krayer’s goal. MacDonald would accept the Hobey Baker Award in St. Paul the next day.
Ed Krayer ’89-90 (right) watches his championship-clinching shot slide past teammate John Weisbrod ’91 and senior Minnesota goaltender Robb Stauber in overtime.
A reporter interviews sophomore forward Ted Donato ’91 following the championship game. Donato, who currently coaches the Harvard men’s hockey team, earned tournament Most Outstanding Player honors.
Freshman goaltender Allain Roy '92 made 30 stops in Harvard's semifinal win over Michigan State. Cleary, who alternated starting goaltenders throughout the season, tabbed Roy's classmate Chuckie Hughes for the championship game.
Minnesota players look on as Harvard celebrates its championship win.
Cleary and members of the '89 team are recognized at the Bright-Landry Hockey Center between periods of the Harvard-Yale game on Feb. 21, 2014.
On a fateful night in Minnesota 25 years ago, the Harvard men's hockey team accomplished something no other Crimson program had done before.
“Let’s play hockey.” The chant rang out loud and clear on the Yale side of the Payne Whitney Gymnasium on Friday night in New Haven, Conn. as the Harvard men’s basketball team closed in on a third straight outright Ivy League Championship.
The No. 16/15 Yale men’s hockey team skated to a 2-1 win to complete its series sweep of Harvard in Game Two of first round ECAC Tournament play Saturday night at Ingalls Rink.
Yale mustered two third period goals – both of which came on the man advantage - en route to downing Harvard for the fourth and final time of the season.
The defending national champions routed the Crimson, 4-0, in Game One of the teams’ first round ECAC Tournament series in New Haven.
After picking up two points during the season’s final weekend, the Crimson received the 11th seed in the conference tournament, earning itself a trip to New Haven to take on the sixth-seeded Bulldogs this weekend.
The Harvard men’s hockey team split the final two games of its regular season over the weekend to finish second-to-last in both the ECAC and the Ivy League.