Crimson staff writer
Michael D. Ledecky
Michael is a member of the 142nd Guard. He covers the Harvard men's hockey team.
Crimson staff writer Michael D. Ledecky can be reached at email@example.com. Follow him on Twitter @mdledecky.
The junior left wing is the Harvard men's ice hockey team's first player in 15 years to receive the Ancient Eight's top honor.
Junior forward Jimmy Vesey became the first Harvard player to capture both the conference goal and conference point scoring titles in 24 years in a 5-0 victory over Princeton.
Max Everson and the Harvard men's hockey team are approaching the final weekend of the regular season with a playoff mentality.
Freshman forward Seb Lloyd and co-captain defenseman Max Everson scored the Harvard men's ice hockey team's first two goals on Saturday.
Junior forward Jimmy Vesey scored his 20th goal of the season as the Crimson rebounded from a blowout on the road.
Appleton Arena, St. Lawrence University
St. Lawrence captain Gunnar Hughes, a Harvard legacy, scored two goals and an assist to lead the Saints over the Crimson in Canton, N.Y.
With two weekends left in the ECAC season, Harvard will look to recapture its early season success when it travels to New York’s North Country to face No. 20/- St. Lawrence and Clarkson this weekend.
The 26-year-old defenseman for the Vancouver Canucks became the 26th Harvard hockey alum to play in the NHL after learning hours before the Canucks’ home contest with the Minnesota Wild that he would make his first career start.
Led by a goal and two assists from junior left wing Jimmy Vesey, Harvard’s first line scored three times on Saturday, but the No. 14/13 Crimson left the ice unsatisfied with a draw against the Big Red.
With three straight losses last week, the Harvard men’s ice hockey team is officially on the bubble.
A few years from now, members of the Harvard men’s ice hockey team might remember Tuesday night’s clash with Boston University in the first round of the Beanpot with a certain sense of appreciation. But for now, the Crimson harbors no sentimental feelings from Tuesday night.
When the No. 6/6 Crimson (12-5-2, 8-4-2 ECAC) opens the 63rd edition of the tournament today at 5 p.m. against No. 3/2 Boston University (16-4-4, 11-2-2 HE), Harvard coach Ted Donato ’91 and his team will be playing against history.
Announced Sunday, the 63rd Annual Beanpot will be pushed back a day, now beginning Tuesday instead of Monday.
In a final stop before the first round of the Beanpot Monday, the Harvard men’s ice hockey team (12-4-2, 8-3-2 ECAC) will host defending NCAA champion Union (12-10-2, 4-7-1) at the Bright-Landry Hockey Center.