Men's Ice Hockey
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In a final stop before the first round of the Beanpot Monday, the Harvard men’s ice hockey team (12-4-2, 8-3-2 ECAC) will host defending NCAA champion Union (12-10-2, 4-7-1) at the Bright-Landry Hockey Center.
Junior defenseman Patrick McNally confirmed Thursday night that he will not play for the remainder of the regular season.
In a major blow to the Harvard men’s ice hockey team, top defenseman Patrick McNally ’15-16 confirmed Thursday night that he will not play for the rest of the regular season after sustaining a lower body injury during a game last week.
Through 18 games, junior forward Jimmy Vesey paces the team with 84 shots, nearly 30 more than the next highest total on the team—that of sophomore Tyler Moy (57).
After falling to Cornell on Friday (shown here), Ted Donato '91 and his Crimson squad made a statement in a 6-1 victory over Colgate the next day.
Some skeptics still hesitate to place the Crimson among the elite teams in the conference just yet. But Harvard is here to stay.
Throughout a difficult winter recess in which the No. 4/4 Crimson struggled with injuries, Vesey was a beacon of consistency.
Junior co-captain Kyle Criscuolo has helped lead the Harvard men's hockey team to country-wide recognition, as the team landed in fourth once again in the two major national polls.
For the third week in a row, the No. 4/4 Harvard men’s hockey team remained steady in both the USCHO.com and USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine rankings.
Having lost its previous two games, the Crimson finally earned a chance to celebrate after a 6-1 victory at Colgate on Saturday.
Junior forwards Jimmy Vesey and Kyle Criscuolo each had two goals and two assists Saturday night.
Dealing with personnel losses and a losing streak, the Crimson scored six unanswered goals to beat Colgate, 6-1.
After losing junior defenseman Patrick McNally and sophomore forward Luke Esposito to injuries in the first period, Harvard coach Ted Donato '91 was forced to shuffle his lineup in a 3-2 loss to Cornell on Friday.
In a road tilt that saw Harvard lose two key players due to injury in the opening period, the Crimson lost a nail-biter to its most storied rival, 3-2.