At the beginning of the season, the Harvard men’s hockey team was projected to finish near the top of the ...
Entering Friday night it looked as if the Harvard men’s hockey team (8-16-3, 5-13-2 ECAC) was going to continue a recent trend of finishing an otherwise disappointing season on a high note. St. Lawrence (16-11-4, 9-6-4) faced a Crimson team on a season-high four-game unbeaten streak.
It looked as if the Harvard men’s hockey team was going to continue a recent trend, continuing its momentum through the final games of the regular season. But a late run from St. Lawrence doomed the Crimson, who fell, 4-2.
In a battle for late-season momentum, the Harvard men’s hockey team skated to a 2-2 draw against historic rival Cornell (9-13-3, 5-10-3) Saturday night at a crowded Bright Hockey Center.
Playing the Terriers may have just been what Harvard needed.
The Harvard men’s hockey team will look to break an eight-game losing streak against No. 17 Dartmouth on Saturday night at the Bright Hockey Center.
The Harvard men’s hockey team (5-11-1, 3-10-0 ECAC) dropped its fifth straight, cementing its place at the bottom of the standings with six points in ECAC play. In this five game span the Crimson has not scored a power-play goal, going zero for 20 in the process.
The men's hockey team's struggles continued in a 5-2 loss to Brown Saturday.
Having entered Wednesday night’s game at Agganis Arena winless in its last six games, the Harvard men’s hockey team scored four straight goals on its way to a stunning comeback victory.
While many of us have been relaxing during our winter break, freshman forward Jimmy Vesey of the Harvard men’s hockey ...
Following its upset over No. 10 Cornell, the Harvard men’s hockey (4-3-0, 3-3-0 ECAC) team suffered a let-down the next evening, falling to Colgate, 1-0, Saturday night at Starr Arena.
The last time the Harvard men’s hockey team faced off against Brown, the Crimson came away with the NCAA Division I record for ties with 11 overall in the season.
With the departure of prolific scorer Alex Killorn ’12 from the Harvard men’s hockey team, it would seem as if the Crimson would have a major hole to fill in its offense.
Though there may not be any NHL games at the moment, members of the Harvard men’s hockey team’s freshman class plan to make a name for themselves at the professional level in the years to come.
Facing the second-ranked team in the nation, the Harvard field hockey team held the Tigers to just one goal in the first 27 minutes. But then the floodgates opened.