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Sophomore forward Gene Purdy was named the Ivy League Player of the Week Monday for his performance in Harvard's 5-4 overtime victory over Princeton February 5. "Geno," who had not played since breaking his hand against St. Lawrence January 5, chipped in two goals and two assists against the Tigers.
Purdy gave the Crimson a 4-3 lead over Princeton with 1:49 remaining in the contest, but the Tigers sent the game into overtime with a goal 38 seconds later. Purdy came back, though, to set up Bill Hozack's winning goal in overtime.
Continuing his strong play Purdy scored one goal and assisted on George Hughes' winning tally against Boston College in the opening round of the Beanpot Tournament Monday night.
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