Harvard was unable to claim a victory at home as the Crimson allowed three early goals in a 5-2 loss to the No. 10/9 Bobcats.
Coming off a 2-1 loss to last-place Brown on the tail end of a four-game losing streak, the Crimson returned to the win column Friday night with a 4-1 win over Colgate.
After four straight losses, Harvard will try to right the ship against Colgate and Cornell at the Bright-Landry Hockey Center this weekend.
After dropping two games to Wagner and Princeton on Saturday, the Crimson brought its record back over .500 with victories over Villanova and Iona on Sunday.
Two goals proved to be enough for the Bears to earn their first conference win of the calendar year on Saturday, as Brown handed the Crimson its fourth consecutive loss.
Harvard held off the Terriers for 82 minutes, but a turnover in the defensive zone by the Crimson led to junior forward Danny O’Regan getting open in the crease and delivering the final blow.
Some skeptics still hesitate to place the Crimson among the elite teams in the conference just yet. But Harvard is here to stay.
For the third week in a row, the No. 4/4 Harvard men’s hockey team remained steady in both the USCHO.com and USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine rankings.
While Harvard sits in second place in the ECAC, the Crimson has its work cut out for it this weekend against Clarkson and St. Lawrence, who lurk closely behind, as both squads are tied for fourth place in the conference.
Yale dominated the second edition of the Rivalry on Ice at Madison Square Garden, cruising to a 4-1 win.
The Harvard men's hockey team will try to do something it hasn't done since March 2004 on Tuesday.
The Ivy League was no longer for the Bulldogs’ taking. The Crimson was now in on the fight.
No. 9/8 Harvard pushed its win streak to five with two third period goals on the road.
Three teams from Massachusetts stand in front of the Harvard men’s ice hockey team in the national rankings. With Saturday night’s win, the Crimson has now taken them all down.
They did it once. They did it twice. But ultimately, three times was just too much.