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.
After falling to Cornell on Friday (shown here), Ted Donato '91 and his Crimson squad made a statement in a 6-1 victory over Colgate the next day.
Throughout a difficult winter recess in which the No. 4/4 Crimson struggled with injuries, Vesey was a beacon of consistency.
Having lost its previous two games, the Crimson finally earned a chance to celebrate after a 6-1 victory at Colgate on Saturday.
Junior forwards Jimmy Vesey and Kyle Criscuolo each had two goals and two assists Saturday night.
Dealing with personnel losses and a losing streak, the Crimson scored six unanswered goals to beat Colgate, 6-1.
After losing junior defenseman Patrick McNally and sophomore forward Luke Esposito to injuries in the first period, Harvard coach Ted Donato '91 was forced to shuffle his lineup in a 3-2 loss to Cornell on Friday.
In a road tilt that saw Harvard lose two key players due to injury in the opening period, the Crimson lost a nail-biter to its most storied rival, 3-2.
Despite a 5-1 loss at home to St. Lawrence this weekend, the Harvard men’s ice hockey team retained its No. 4 ranking in both the USCHO.com and USA Today/USA Hockey national polls on Monday.
Behind two goals and two assists from junior forward Jimmy Vesey, the Harvard men’s hockey team returned to its winning ways on Friday night, but it was not pretty.
Looking to improve on a seven-game winning streak, the No. 3/3 Harvard men’s hockey team will trade the confines of its Allston home for Madison Square Garden on Saturday night, when the Crimson faces No. 19/- Yale in the second edition of the Rivalry On Ice game.
The Harvard men's hockey team continues to rise in the polls.
Olympic figure skating sisters and Harvard-Yale rivals Sarah and Emily Hughes talk about college hockey and skating at Madison Square Garden.
After a 22-day break, the No. 4/4 Harvard men’s ice hockey team (9-1-2, 5-1-2 ECAC) will carry the nation’s highest winning percentage into an exhibition against the Russian Red Stars at the Bright-Landry Hockey Center on Sunday.
Harvard hasn’t played since its 5-2 win at Quinnipiac on Dec. 6 yet jumped from fifth to fourth in both of the national weekly polls on Monday.
Alex Biega ’10 will have his shot at the big league.