Crimson staff writer
Jake is a member of the 142nd and 143rd Guards. He covers the Harvard men's hockey team.
Crimson staff writer Jake Meagher can be reached at email@example.com. Follow him on Twitter @MeagherTHC.
Junior goaltender Merrick Madsen was all smiles Friday night after his shutout helped the Crimson snap a three-game losing skid.
Merrick Madsen leaves his crease after the final buzzer sounds on Harvard's 3-0 win over Brown.
Prior to the weekend, the Crimson had been 0-4-1 this season when scoring less than four goals. But thanks to a perfect 26-for-26 performance from junior goaltender Merrick Madsen, Harvard came up with a new way to earn two points.
Junior goaltender Merrick Madsen's night came to a close early in the third period Tuesday night when Dartmouth scored its sixth goal on just its 18th shot on net.
Dartmouth celebrates after Connor Yau's first career goal pushed the Big Green ahead, 6-4, with 16:52 remaining in the contest.
HANOVER, N.H. — Dartmouth could have won a batting title for its offensive efficiency against No. 6 Harvard, exploding for eight goals on just 24 shots to hand the stumbling Crimson yet another stunning defeat—this one by a final score of 8-4.
SCHENECTADY, N.Y. — In a matchup of the ECAC’s two most prominent contenders, Union scored once in the second and again in the third, pulling out a 2-1 victory that pushes the Dutchmen six points ahead of Harvard in the league standings.
TROY, N.Y. — Friday night, the Engineers (4-19-1, 2-10-0 ECAC) earned a stunning 4-0 victory over the No. 2/3 Crimson (11-3-1, 7-2-1), a team that had won its last six games and scored at least four times in each one.
Sophomore forward Kate Hallett wasn't the only one wearing Number 14 for Harvard on Tuesday. Every Crimson skater sported '14' patches on each shoulder to honor Denna Laing—the older sister of Harvard's Brianna and Lexie—who dropped the ceremonial puck before the game.