B.C. thus provided Harvard an opportunity to get accustomed to its new offensive configuration before the team's meeting with Dartmouth.
As things turned out Saturday, Stone's adjustments paid off dividends.
Led by the newly-assembled top scoring line of Shewchuk, Botterill, and freshman Kalen Ingram, Harvard struck early and often. The Crimson got on the board just 25 seconds into the game, and proceeded to notch goals in the opening minute of the second and third periods as well.
The Shewchuk-Botterill-Ingram combination accounted for eight of the Crimson's nine scores.
"We were pleased with how the new lines worked," Shewchuk said. "I thought we moved the puck really well."
While things such as line assignments may vary over the course of a season, other things--notably Shewchuk's customary success against B.C.--stay the same.
In the Crimson's first match with the Eagles this year in November, Shewchuk tallied four goals and two assists to lead Harvard to a 7-2 win.
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