The Flames added 18-year old Adam Fox to their mix Saturday morning, selecting the incoming Harvard freshman with the 66th overall pick in the third round of the NHL Entry Draft. Fox is now one of seven NHL draft selections on the Crimson’s roster for the 2016-2017 season.
Four days ahead of the NHL Entry Draft, the Nashville Predators agreed to ship Jimmy Vesey’s negotiation rights to the Buffalo Sabres in exchange for a third-round selection (No. 76 overall).
March 18: Vesey celebrates after opening the scoring in the ECAC Semifinals against St. Lawrence in Lake Placid. He also assisted on Kyle Criscuolo's overtime winner.
Jimmy Vesey was officially welcomed into Harvard's club of Hobey Baker award winners Monday evening at the Downtown Harvard Club of Boston, where Harvard's three previous Hobey winners, Ted Donato, and Don Sweeney were all on hand.
Jimmy Vesey became the fourth player in program history to win the Hobey Baker Memorial Award on Friday. And after his name was called, his teammates, his opponents, and a couple of NHL players took to Twitter to react.
One year after finishing as a runner-up for college hockey’s Most Valuable Player award, Vesey beat out Michigan's Kyle Connor and Boston College's Thatcher Demko to become the fourth player in Harvard history to win the Hobey Baker.
Two days after ex-Harvard men’s hockey captain Jimmy Vesey opted not to sign immediately with the Nashville Predators, Vesey’s representatives broke their silence Wednesday afternoon in a statement challenging the remarks made by the Predators' front office.
In response to their client, Jimmy Vesey, electing to test NHL free agency rather than sign immediately with the Nashville Predators, Peter Fish and Peter Donatelli of Global Hockey Consultants, Vesey’s agency, issued this statement Wednesday afternoon.
Jimmy Vesey, the outgoing star of the Harvard men’s hockey team, will reportedly test the National Hockey League’s unrestricted free agency period in August rather than sign immediately with the Nashville Predators.
For the second year in a row, Harvard’s NCAA tournament run came to an abrupt halt by way of a 4-1 defeat in the opening round—this time at the hands of local foe Boston College.
Friday's NCAA tournament opener for the Harvard men's hockey team against Boston College could be a special night for Massachusetts natives Devin Tringale and Jimmy Vesey among others.
Quinnipiac is the best team in the ECAC. Plain and simple. The No. 1/1 Bobcats deserved to lift the Whitelaw Cup. And that’s why I picked them.
The No. 9/9 Harvard men's hockey team has received the third seed in the Northeast Regional of the NCAA tournament and will play No. 5/4 Boston College on Friday.
In just their second ECAC championship game appearance in 11 years, the Bobcats came out victorious on Saturday.
Jimmy Vesey (19) and the Crimson look on as the Whitelaw Cup is awarded to Quinnipiac.