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Jimmy Vesey '16 (left) won the Hobey Baker Award during his senior campaign at Harvard.

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Alumni Update: Jimmy Vesey

After helping bring the Harvard men’s hockey program back under the national spotlight, Jimmy Vesey ’16 has cemented himself as a nightly regular in the New York Rangers lineup.

Cane You Believe It?
Men's Ice Hockey

Cane You Believe It?

Junior Adam Fox, who will once again command the Harvard blue line in 2018-2019 with his offensive prowess, saw his rights traded in June from Calgary to Carolina.

Welcome Aboard
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Welcome Aboard

Incoming freshman Jack Drury, pictured here at the NHL Entry Draft in June, looks to follow in the footsteps of his father, Ted, by excelling at Harvard before embarking on a solid professional career.

Cpt. LZG
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Cpt. LZG

Senior Lewis Zerter-Gossage completed his third development camp this summer, this time with the Pittsburgh Penguins, and will look to incorporate what he learned about off-ice preparation and work ethic into his role as co-captain of this year's Crimson squad.

Undrafted, No Problem
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Undrafted, No Problem

Sophomore Henry Bowlby received an undrafted free agent invite to the Boston Bruins' Development Camp despite missing a substantial chunk of games last season due to illness. Even with the absence, he managed to impress the Bruins organization enough to receive the call.

Welcome Aboard
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Men's Hockey Well-Represented at NHL Development Camps

Here’s a look inside the Development Camp stories and takeaways of one member from each class on the 2018-2019 roster.

Defending The Fort
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A Storm on Lake Placid: Heartbreak of the Year

After 40 minutes of play, Harvard men's ice hockey claimed a 3-1 lead. It would not stand.

A Season to Remember
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A Man of Many Hats: Male Athlete of the Year

Ryan Donato did not seem to care whether he was sporting the crimson, the stars and stripes, or the black and gold “B”—he excelled at all levels of hockey and did so with his typical unassuming demeanor.

Defending The Fort
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Defending The Fort

As with the team itself, Madsen's numbers improved at home. Playing on neutral ice for the first time since the Beanpot, the Crimson looked to bring Bright-Landry to Lake Placid.

Don't Snow The Goalie
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Don't Snow The Goalie

The Crimson's possession game means that goalie Merrick Madsen is often alone on his end of the ice, but Clarkson found success right in front of the net.

Bend, Don't Break
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Bend, Don't Break

Though Jake Kielly had an impressive record all season, he conceded 12 goals to Harvard in three games. In the end, he backstopped his team to the win that counted most. The ECAC semifinal victory was also his first win versus the Crimson.

Bring the Power
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Bring the Power

The Crimson's biggest key to success is often its dynamic power play, quarterbacked by puck-moving defenseman Adam Fox. The man-advantage squad dispatched Clarkson in a 5-2 win back in February, and hoped to recreate that magic in Lake Placid.

Extracurricular Activities
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Extracurricular Activities

Though both regular season matchups between Harvard and Clarkson were full of goals, the teams also combined for 18 minor penalties, adding fisticuffs to the pace.

The Gloveless Wonder
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The Gloveless Wonder

Donato, pictured here after completing his game-three hat trick against Dartmouth in the ECAC quarterfinals, potted a trio of pucks three times this season.

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