Sophomore forward Tyler Moy and the Crimson come in at No. 4/4 in the latest college hockey rankings.
Junior defenseman Patrick McNally has four goals and 12 assists for the Crimson this year, but his time on the ice Saturday was cut short due to an injury.
Harvard senior goaltender Steve Michalek and the rest of the Crimson had a tough time keeping the Yale offense out of the net in the 4-1 loss.
Junior co-captain Kyle Criscuolo, shown here in last year's inaugural Rivalry on Ice, has been one of Harvard's top point-earners this season with six goals and 11 assists.
Junior forward Jimmy Vesey will look to help the Harvard men's hockey team extend a four-game winning streak when the Crimson faces Princeton and Quinnipiac this weekend.
Sophomore center Sean Malone notched a power play goal and two assists as No. 9/8 Harvard topped Princeton, 4-3.
Dozens of students from Cambridge Ringe and Latin School and Harvard University lay in the street to protest the shooting of Michael Brown, an unarmed black teenager, by Ferguson policeman Darren Wilson. The walk-out began at 1:01 pm, the time at which Brown was shot, on Monday afternoon.
Freshman defenseman Jake Horton, shown here in earlier action, opened up the scoring attack in the Crimson's 5-1 victory over Bentley.
Harvard coach Tim Murphy has built his own "school within a school" through his time with the Crimson program.
Men’s hockey captain Kyle Criscuolo ‘16 entered college two years later than normal, having spent one extra year at prep school and the following competing in a junior hockey league.
Sophomore Alexander Kerfoot, seen here in prior action, had two assists in the Crimson's 2-0 win over Dartmouth.
Senior forward Temi Fagbenle, shown here in previous action, scored 12 points against Boston University, but the Crimson fell, 63-62, to its crosstown rival.