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See You Again
Men's Ice Hockey

PREVIEW: No. 12/11 Men's Hockey to Battle No. 9 Clarkson in Lake Placid

On Wednesday morning, the Harvard icemen bused to the famed Upstate New York Olympic town, eyeing Friday’s semifinal bout with Clarkson.

Thanks, Herb
Men's Ice Hockey

Thanks, Herb

The Crimson may benefit from the extra time and space allotted by the Olympic-sized ice sheet at Lake Placid's Herb Brooks Arena.

Fox and Sturm
Men's Ice Hockey

Fox and Sturm

Harvard's Adam Fox and Clarkson's Nico Sturm were both named finalists for the ECAC Player of the Year and will square off on Friday night.

See You Again
Men's Ice Hockey

See You Again

On Friday, the Crimson will look to avenge last year's ECAC semifinal heartbreak at the hands of the Golden Knights.

Grass is Greener
Men's Ice Hockey

No. 14 Men's Hockey Eliminates Dartmouth, Advances to ECAC Semifinals in Lake Placid

In a best-of-three quarterfinal series, the No. 14 Crimson did not even require the third game, ending the Big Green’s season with a pair of victories at the Bright-Landry Hockey Center.

Give Him the Hobey Already
Men's Ice Hockey

Give Him the Hobey Already

Defenseman Adam Fox is on the short list of college hockey's most elite players. This weekend, his pair of three-point outings showed why.

Captains Captaining
Men's Ice Hockey

Captains Captaining

Co-captains Michael Floodstrand (pictured here) and Lewis Zerter-Gossage set examples on and off the ice this weekend in the Crimson's 2-0 series sweep of the Big Green.

Two is All it Took
Men's Ice Hockey

Two is All it Took

Despite its hot start to game two, Dartmouth could not maintain its fiery play to force a deciding game three on Sunday afternoon.

Rivalry Engaged
Men's Ice Hockey

Rivalry Engaged

After last year's ECAC quarterfinal clash, tensions were high in all four meetings between the Crimson and the Big Green this season.

No Game 3 Needed
Men's Ice Hockey

No Game 3 Needed

Harvard eliminated Dartmouth from the conference playoffs in straight games, not needed the third game in the best-of-three series to seal the deal.

Grass is Greener
Men's Ice Hockey

Grass is Greener

For the second straight season, the Crimson has ended the Big Green's season, contributing to a budding rivalry in the ECAC.

So We Meet Again
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Preview: No. 14 Men's Hockey to Face Dartmouth in ECAC Quarterfinals

Harvard starts the road to Lake Placid with a best-of-three quarterfinal beginning on Friday.

So We Meet Again
Men's Ice Hockey

So We Meet Again

Last year, the Crimson beat the Big Green in a three-game series to advance to Lake Placid.

Highs and Lows
Men's Ice Hockey

Highs and Lows

In both regular season contests between these teams, Dartmouth has found the net first. Harvard will want to stifle the Big Green's run-and-gun offense, or risk a repeat of last year's Game 1 loss.

Silky Mitts
Men's Ice Hockey

Silky Mitts

Junior defenseman Adam Fox leads Harvard in scoring, and is also a Hobey Baker nominee this season.

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