Fresh off breaking a NCAA record for ties in a single season the night before, the Harvard men’s hockey team (8-8-11, 6-5-9 ECAC) suffered a loss instead on Saturday night, losing 7-1 to Yale at a sold-out Ingalis Rink in New Haven.
Harvard (7-7-9, 6-4-7 ECAC) outshot BU 30-25, won more faceoffs than the Terriers, 36-31, and had only one more penalty.
Down by two less than four minutes into the contest, the Crimson secured another come-from-behind victory, scoring five unanswered goals to erase the early deficit en route to a 6-3 win over Quinnipiac at the TD Bank Sports Center in Hamden, Conn.
Playing its third game in five days, Harvard overcame a two-goal deficit to earn a 2-2 tie against Dartmouth.
Leblanc was sent back down to Montreal’s AHL affiliate, the Hamilton Bulldogs, on Jan. 4.
The Harvard men’s volleyball team (3-0) cruised to its second straight shutout win, defeating Springfield, 3-0, in its home opener Saturday night at the Malkin Athletic Center.
The Harvard men’s hockey team overcame flying dead fish and a third-period deficit to come back and tie No. 9 Cornell, 2-2, Saturday night in front of a sold-out crowd at Lynah Rink in Ithaca, N.Y.
Down 60-57, sophomore Christine Clark threw up a three-pointer after a quick transition up the court with five seconds left on the clock. But the shot did not fall, giving North Dakota (9-9) the victory over the Crimson (8-7, 1-0 Ivy) Tuesday night at Lavietes Pavilion.
In a hard-fought contest that featured one of the best matchups of the early season, the No. 3 Princeton narrowly defeated No. 5 Harvard, 5-4, before a sizeable crowd at the Murr Center on Sunday afternoon.
The Harvard men’s squash team (9-0, 1-0 Ivy) blew away the competition this weekend, defeating a slew of teams from the Northeast.
The No. 1 Crimson (4-0, 1-0) defeated the Big Green, 8-1, and the Panthers, 9-0.
In his first career appearance, Leblanc had two assists and the overtime game-winning goal, propelling the Hamilton Bulldogs over the Rochester Americans, 3-2, in the American Hockey League.
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