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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,