Harvard’s equipment manager, Chet Stone, can’t come to the phone just now. He’ll be in tomorrow, but until then a
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ALBANY, N.Y.—Sophomore Kevin Du’s breakaway goal with 3:59 left to play in Friday night’s second overtime snapped a 3-3 tie
ALBANY, N.Y.—With 10:30 gone in the second period of Saturday night’s ECAC championship game at the Pepsi Arena, the No.
After weeks of conjecture, the Harvard men’s hockey team was officially slotted as a No. 3 seed in the NCAA
ALBANY, N.Y.—With 10:30 gone by in the second period of Saturday night’s ECAC championship game at the Pepsi Arena, the
One loss in more than three years of ECAC tournament play? Now there’s a record to hang your hat on.
It wasn’t the No. 11 Harvard men’s hockey team’s prettiest effort of the year. Not by a long shot. But
The No. 11 Harvard men’s hockey team punched its ticket for a return trip to Albany Saturday evening, surviving a
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