The Harvard men’s hockey team (8-12-3, 4-9-3 ECAC) found itself in a familiar place Monday evening against Boston University (8-16-4, 3-8-3 Hockey East) at the TD Garden.
The Harvard men's hockey team came up empty, 6-0, in the first round of the Beanpot against Northeastern. The Crimson has not won the annual tournament since 1993.
The 142nd matchup between the Crimson and Cornell featured hard-fought hockey throughout, but it was two late period lulls - one in the first and one in the second - that ended up costing Harvard in the end.
The 2014 Rivalry on Ice lived up to its billing Saturday night, with a sell-out crowd at hand in Madison Square Garden. But for Harvard, the game itself was marked with frustration, with the Crimson suffering a 5-1 loss to ancient rival, No. 10 Yale.
The Harvard men's hockey team was able to tie it up against Quinnipiac with just 49 seconds remaining in Tuesday night's ECAC contest at the Bright-Landry Hockey Center.
Harvard started off the new year on a high note and extended its winning streak to eight games with a 73-58 victory Wednesday afternoon over crosstown rival Boston College.
In its first game of 2014, the Harvard men’s basketball team earned a 73-58 victory Wednesday afternoon over crosstown rival Boston College.
Co-captain Laurent Rivard, shown here in earlier action, notched a team-high and season-high 22 points in Harvard's 30 point victory.
Sophomore Jimmy Vesey recorded a hat trick as the Harvard men's hockey team routed the Russian Red Stars, 9-3, in an exhibition game Sunday.
Though the Crimson had its fair share of chances in its second road game in a string of four straight, Harvard was only able to net one goal and unable to convert on any of its six power-play opportunities.
Battling from behind for most of the game, No. 20 University of New Hampshire refused to quit, coming back from a 2-0 and then a 3-2 deficit.
Fighting back from a 2-0 and then a 3-1 deficit, the Harvard men’s hockey team found itself within striking distance for the last nine minutes of the game, looking to upset No. 5/6 Quinnipiac Friday night at TD Bank Sports Center in Hamden, Conn.
It seemed like it was all going to happen again. The Harvard men’s hockey team was going to make another late season run, finally playing to its potential and pushing to extend its season further into the ECAC playoffs. But this season, it was not meant to be.
Looking to earn a spot in the ECAC Quarterfinals for the fourth straight season, the Harvard men’s hockey team (10-19-3, 6-14-2 ECAC) suffered a 4-1 loss to Dartmouth Saturday night at Thompson Arena.
The Crimson upset Dartmouth, 2-1, in the first game of a best-of-three ECAC first-round series.
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