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Ryan's Wake Pub
Men's Ice Hockey

Ryan's Wake Pub

Sophomore forward Ryan Donato, shown in a 4-0 loss at RPI on Jan. 13, and the Crimson rose to the task against a similarly low-ranked opponent Saturday. Donato grabbed four assists against Brown, and the Crimson rolled to its eighth straight win.

On The Board
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On The Board

Sophomore defenseman Jacob Olson, shown in action at Colgate on Jan. 28, scored his first goal of the season (the second of his career) against Brown.

Between Linemates
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Between Linemates

Linemates Alexander Kerfoot and Ryan Donato, shown during their Beanpot win over Northeastern, connected on the Crimson's third goal against Brown on Saturday.

Phil of the Future
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Phil of the Future

Senior Phil Zielonka, shown during Harvard's Beanpot win over Northeastern, ripped home his first goal in more than two years Saturday night against Brown. Zielonka has now played in six consecutive games after getting the nod in just one of the first 21.

Ryan's Wake Pub
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Donato Grabs Four Assists in Men's Hockey's 6-0 Rout of Brown

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Playing inside the Bears’ den, Harvard skated circles around the overmatched hosts. The Crimson’s eighth consecutive victory closes out an 8-1-1 run through the Ivy League—Harvard’s best league mark since the 1993-1994 campaign.

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Live Blog: No. 3 Men's Hockey at Brown

Harvard 6, Brown 0.

12 Years in the Making
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12 Years in the Making

Harvard's 4-2 victory Friday night marked its first road win against Yale since Jan. 29, 2005.

Four-Point Week
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Four-Point Week

Senior forward Tyler Moy scored the Crimson's first and fourth goals of the night on Friday.

Three of Four
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Three of Four

Senior forward Tyler Moy (2) and freshman defenseman John Marino (12) shake hands with members of the Bulldogs after Friday's game. The two combined for three of the Crimson's four goals.

Three of Four
Notebooks

Notebook: Men's Hockey Continues Shorthanded Success, Nabs First Regular-Season Game at the Whale in 12 Years

Friday night’s Ivy League title-clinching victory marks the first back-to-back championships for Harvard since 1993-1994.

12 Years in the Making
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Men's Hockey Claims Ivy League Title With 4-2 Win at Yale

NEW HAVEN, Conn. — With a 4-2 victory at Yale—its first road win over the Bulldogs since 2005, Harvard secured the outright Ivy League championship for the first time since the 2005-2006 season.

At Last
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Rain Drop, Drop Top, Reasons to Go to the Beanpot

If you haven’t been to the Boston Beanpot Tournament during your Harvard career, I hope your thesis is fan-freaking-tastic. You have nothing else to show for your time here.

For The Seniors
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For The Seniors

Harvard seniors have combined for the most points of any graduating class in the NCAA this season, currently with 133. And now they have their first Beanpot championship.

Two for the Rook
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Two for the Rook

Terrier teammates mob freshman Clayton Keller by the glass after he scores one of his two goals in the Beanpot championship game.

MVP
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MVP

Freshman Nathan Krusko, who finished with two goals and an assist in the championship game Monday night, receives the Beanpot's Most Valuable Player trophy.