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LIVE: Men's Hockey Stymies Yale, 3-0, on Senior Night

As Harvard honors its six seniors in their final regular-season game at the Bright, the Crimson and Bulldogs engage in the 260th meeting in series history.
As Harvard honors its six seniors in their final regular-season game at the Bright, the Crimson and Bulldogs engage in the 260th meeting in series history. By Timothy R. O'Meara

The Harvard men's hockey team hosts Yale on Saturday night and will celebrate the achievements of its six-man senior class after the rivalry bout. The No. 17/15 Crimson (15-8-3, 11-6-2 ECAC) is proud to boast an accomplished group of fourth-years having won 76 career games, captured the ECAC in 2017, tripped to a Frozen Four, and seized a Beanpot title.

Taking two crucial conference points from the Bulldogs (13-10-3, 11-7-1) will not be easy for Harvard. Yale swept the season series last year and drew the Crimson, 3-3, early on in the 2018-2019 campaign. The visitors wield a potent senior of their own in forward Joe Snively (26 GP, 13–17—30), who has burned Harvard in past matchups.

Follow the action live from the Bright-Landry Hockey Center as two longtime adversaries battle for supremacy in their season series.

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