Michael D. Ledecky
On a fateful night in Minnesota 25 years ago, the Harvard men's hockey team accomplished something no other Crimson program had done before.
“Let’s play hockey.” The chant rang out loud and clear on the Yale side of the Payne Whitney Gymnasium on Friday night in New Haven, Conn. as the Harvard men’s basketball team closed in on a third straight outright Ivy League Championship.
The No. 16/15 Yale men’s hockey team skated to a 2-1 win to complete its series sweep of Harvard in Game Two of first round ECAC Tournament play Saturday night at Ingalls Rink.
The defending national champions routed the Crimson, 4-0, in Game One of the teams’ first round ECAC Tournament series in New Haven.
The Harvard men’s hockey team split the final two games of its regular season over the weekend to finish second-to-last in both the ECAC and the Ivy League.
Senior defender Danny Fick scored his first career goal in 93 games played as the Harvard men's hockey team beat Colgate in New York for the first time since 2006.
On Senior Night at the Bright-Landry Hockey Center, 30 saves from Bears freshman goaltender Tyler Steel lifted the Brown men’s hockey team to a 2-0 win over the Crimson. A pair of goals in the middle frame from sophomore forward Nick Lappin and senior defenseman Jake Goldberg gave the Bears the separation in the conference standings that they were looking for.
After helping to push a nonfunctional Zamboni off the ice, the men's hockey team tallied its first shutout of the season behind junior goaltender Steve Michalek.
After a stalled ice resurfacer delayed the opening puck drop by 109 minutes, the Harvard men’s hockey team skated to a 3-0 win over Dartmouth at the Bright-Landry Hockey Center.
As Michael Strahan interviewed Paul Allen on the Super Bowl victor’s podium Sunday night, a Crimson sports editor stood between the NFL Hall of Famer and the Microsoft billionaire, taking in the moment.
Despite two extra-man goals from Tiger senior defenseman Alex Rush in the final seven minutes, the Crimson escaped the ice with a 3-2 win.
It was going to take something special from a slumping Harvard men’s hockey team to beat the top squad in its conference on the road. The Crimson put in several special minutes on Friday night, but they didn’t quite add up to 60.
Harvard underclassmen have scored about 90 percent of the Crimson's goals this year, but that's not a cause for celebration.
Jimmy Vesey, pictured above, led Harvard with five shots but did not find the back of the net against the Big Red.
The Crimson (5-9-3, 2-7-3 ECAC) played some of its best minutes of the season Friday, but could not overcome their earlier mistakes in a 3-2 loss.
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