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M. Hockey Finally Shows Its Colors

The usual answer to the question, "When was the last time the Harvard men's hockey team did......" has been 1993-94.

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Coach of the Year: Mazzoleni Brings M. Hockey to Next Level

Men's hockey and football are the two premier sports at Harvard. Football is hallowed because of its historic role in

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The 'V' Spot: ECAC Comes Through With Rule Change

Finally, the ECAC does something right. After tabling discussion of expanding the playoffs until its July meetings, the ECAC has

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The 'V' Spot: Heated Rivalries Spice Up Quest for Lord Stanley's Cup

During the second period of Game 2 of the Toronto-New Jersey Eastern Conference semifinal on Saturday, Leafs defenseman Cory Cross

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The 'V' Spot: Talkin' Softball

A few weeks back, writers across the country welcomed the start of springtime with the advent of baseball season. Especially

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The 'V' Spot: Seniors Can Hold Their Heads High

LAKE PLACID, N.Y.--When Dominic Moore scored his overtime winner Saturday, the Harvard sophomore did not erupt with the usual elation

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The 'V' Spot: One Moore Trip to Placid

Teams elect a captain precisely for these moments. Yale had been riding a surge of momentum that began with some

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The 'V' Spot: Ceremony for Cleary Is a Much Needed Step for Harvard Hockey

On Friday night, Harvard honored a legend. After playing a full period, senior defenseman Tim Stay did not return to

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M. Hockey Splits Weekend Against Union, RPI

SCHENECTADY, N.Y--Good weekend. Missed opportunity Union erased a 2-1 third-period deficit with two goals, 24 seconds apart to pull off

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Men's Hockey Falls to Northeastern 8-7 in Beanpot Thriller

BOSTON--The freefall has officially hit a tailspin, but what an exciting ride. The Harvard men's hockey team lost its fourth

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The 'V' Spot: M. Hockey Spirit Lacking

BOSTON--The ghost of Cornell simply will not leave Harvard. Two days after falling hard from first place in a bruising,

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Men's Hockey Sweeps Union and RPI

This is the type of sibling rivalry the Harvard men's hockey team needs more of. On Friday, captain Steve Moore

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M. Hockey Healthy For ECAC Play

After a moderately successful trip to Colorado Springs, the Harvard men's hockey team is certainly glad to be home. The

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After Ten Years, Athletic Director Cleary Retires

William J. "Bill" Cleary '56, a legendary figure in Harvard athletics, announced his retirement Friday from his position as Nichols

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M. Hockey Splits North Country Trip

POTSDAM, N.Y.--The annual trip to the North Country is by far the worst of the year. After a seven-hour bus

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I Am Not at a Cafe

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Away in Argentina

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