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PHILADELPHIA vs. EDMONTON: Despite a mild late-season slump, tough-guy turned coach-of-the-year candidate Pat Quinn and his charges, led by a

Icemen: Still a Stride Away

The sound of silence filled the Harvard hockey team's lockerroom after Saturday's exasperating 4-4 overtime tie with Yale. You could

U.S. Ices Hockey Gold Late Rally Sinks Finland, 4-2

With the possible exception of the team itself, nobody thought a bunch of young, relatively inexperienced Americans could take on

U.S. Hockey Team Upsets Favored Soviets, 4-3

Five minutes before the celebrations could begin, with the United States Olympic hockey team clinging to a tenuous 4-3 lead

Icemen Top Terriers For Pot Consolation

Playing for the third place in the Beanpot--especially when the contest doesn't count in the ECAC standings--is akin to taking

Icemen Top Cornell; Lau Keys 5-3 Win

It ain't over yet. The Harvard hockey team, needing a win virtually every time it takes to the ice for

Harvard Looks to Upset B.C... While Tradition Favors B.U.

The first two Monday nights in February. Four rival schools--Harvard, Boston University, Boston College, Northeastern--four anxious hockey teams, four tense

Tigers Maul Icemen In Ivy Battle, 5-3

"I wish they played poorly so I could get mad at them," hockey coach Billy Cleary said of his skaters,

Icemen Fall to Vermont, 4-3, Rebound to Bury Brown, 9-5

It's young and inexperienced; everyone knows that. Sometimes it comes out flat and sloppy and just a little bit dull.

Icemen Suffer Four Setbacks During Vacation Competition

The Harvard hockey team ended the Me Decade with a stirring display of unselfishness, dropping four straight over vacation by

Icemen Stun UNH Wildcats, 4-1

DURHAM, N.H.--It may be a little too early to start calculating playoff matchups, but one thing is official. The Harvard

Icemen Dumped, 6-3

PROVIDENCE, R.I. --In the NHL, it's a two-minute penalty for delay of game. In college hockey it's just enthusiasm. Call

Icemen Put the Freeze on Huskies, 8-2

Before last night's opener against Northeastern, Harvard hockey coach Billy Cleary greeted each of his players with applause and a

Icemen, Olympic Squad Face-Off

The touring U.S. Olympic hockey team, boasting an impressive 18-7-1 mark against some pretty tough squads, visits the new Alexander

The Icemen Cometh

A New Era for Harvard hockey--Billy Cleary's very words. New because it's the youngest team in Crimson history--"Oh gosh yes,

Massachusetts Hall
FAS

Graduate Students Start Movement To Unionize

Central Administration

Amidst Title IX Debate, Law Faculty Raise Governance Concerns

John Stilgoe Office
College

John Stilgoe’s Secret History

Big States, Little States
College

Beyond Boston: Regional Diversity at Harvard