Senior Jonathan Pearlman has played a major role in the Crimson’s recent successes. If Harvard hopes to add to its nine-game winning streak, the senior will have to be at the top of his game in his doubles and singles matches. Pearlman is set to face BC’s No. 1, Akash Muppidi, in his singles matchup.
During the Harvard men’s hockey team’s sweep of ECAC competitor Clarkson, junior David Valek tripled his season total in goals, netting two in each of the Crimson’s contests this weekend. With the wins, Harvard locked down a first-round bye in the upcoming ECAC playoffs
Junior defenseman Danny Biega, shown here in previous action, scored a team-high two goals against Quinnipiac on Friday night, helping lift Harvard to a 6-3 victory. Biega now has 26 points on the season, second on the team to senior forward Alex Killorn, who currently has 29.
Junior defenseman Danny Biega, shown here in earlier action, knocked one past the Union netminder 7:03 into the final period to tie the score at three apiece. Neither side found the back of the net for the rest of that frame or in the overtime period.
Junior big man Kyle Casey, shown here in earlier action, had a career-high 26 points against Saint Joseph's on Saturday. The No. 23/24 Crimson preserved its longest-ever home winning streak with a 74-69 victory.
Quebec natives Alex Killorn, left, and Louis Leblanc, right, developed a close friendship while playing together at Harvard two seasons ago. Now, Leblanc, currently playing in the NHL, serves as an inspiration for Killorn as he enters the heart of his senior season with the Crimson.
Shown here in previous action, junior defenseman Danny Biega scored the eventual game-winner seven minutes into the third period against Princeton Saturday. Harvard’s 4-3 victory improved its record to 4-3-3.
Assistant-captain Alex Killorn, who was drafted by the Tampa Bay Lightning in 2007, leads the Crimson’s high-powered offense into unfriendly territory as Harvard takes on UMass on Friday in its second non-conference matchup of the season. It defeated UNH, 7-6, in its first.
Junior defenseman Danny Biega leads Harvard into its opening contest of the 2011-2012 season tonight against Princeton. Last year, Biega’s 30 points paced a Crimson squad that finished with a 12-21-1 record.