The stage is set for a Cinderella run, but Harvard may be the victim en route to Dartmouth's fairy tale ending.
The No. 2 Harvard women's hockey team (21-4-3, 17-4-3 ECAC) rolled to an easy 7-3 victory over St. Lawrence (18-15-1, 11-12-1) last Saturday in the ECAC quarterfinals.
That's the good news.
Here's the bad news.
The Crimson's road to a second straight National Championship runs through Dartmouth.
Harvard hasn't beaten the No. 6 Big Green (19-10-0, 17-7-0) all season, and has lost twice.
In Harvard's home opener, Dartmouth ended the Crimson's 33-game winning streak with a 5-4 OT victory, which was the same night the 1999 AWCHA national championship banner was raised to the rafters.
The Big Green's second win, a 5-3 trouncing in mid-February, was a wake-up call for the Crimson before the Beanpot finals.
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