The Harvard men's hockey team faces off against Dartmouth tonight as it looks to ink the score sheet for the first time since Jan. 20th against St. Lawrence. The Big Green (9-11-2, 7-7-1 ECAC) is coming off a solid stretch of play that has seen wins over now-No. 4/5 Denver, No. 3 Clarkson, and conference foe Colgate.
Following two shutouts last weekend to No. 1 Cornell and Colgate, the Crimson (9-8-4, 8-5-3) needs a solid performance before its Beanpot matchup with BU on Monday. Because of the Boston hockey classic, Harvard plays just one game this weekend.
Tri-captain Merrick Madsen will man the pipes tonight for the Crimson, and freshman forward Henry Bowlby remains sidelined with an illness. In other roster news, coach Ted Donato '91 has shuffled the defensive pairs, reuniting Wiley Sherman and John Marino, a steadfast pairing last season.
Follow the action against the Big Green live below:
Staving Off 41 Shots, Colgate Frustrates Men's Hockey in 1-1 Tie
BRIEF: Women's Ice Hockey Extends Winless Streak to 10 Games After Weekend RoadtripDropping Friday night contest and tying Saturday afternoon dropped the Crimson even farther down the ECAC ladder.
Live Blog: Men's Hockey at Colgate
Three Tallies in First Frame Lift Men's Hockey to Win at Colgate
Women's Hockey Ties, Drops Games Over WeekendAfter getting blanked out, 4-0, in its first game against the Raiders, the Crimson made adjustments and bounced back less than 24 hours later to force a 2-2 draw against a top-10 ranked Big Red team.