Men's Ice Hockey


Late-Season Setback

Just one day after a marquee win over No. 5/6 Clarkson, the Crimson suffered its most disappointing loss of the season at the hands of the Saints on Saturday.


Striking Gold in the North Country

The Crimson skated past the Golden Knights in a statement win — the program's first victory over a top-5 foe in three seasons.


Gornet in Goal

Harvard goalie Cameron Gornet made his first start in three weeks on Friday night against Yale. The Crimson tied the Bulldogs, 4-4.


Power Down

Despite 31 shots against Brown goaltender Gavin Nieto, Harvard broke through only once. A five-minute major penalty proved to be a crucial missed opportunity to cash in for the Crimson.


Gib Me a Break

Freshman net-minder Mitchell Gibson held firm on Saturday, ceding just one goal en route to a .963 save percentage.


The Man Behind the Mask

Gornet's .907 save percentage is a few points lower than his teammate Gibson's, but Harvard's two goalies both have the same winning percentage.


On Top

A consistent strength for the Crimson has been its top line. Initially made up of its top three scorers, Dornbach, Drury, and Abruzzese, the coaching staff has taken to replacing Dornbach with rookie John Farinacci when making adjustments.


That Was Zese

On Monday night, Boston College celebrated while Harvard suffered a setback ahead of the regular-season homestretch.


Dru Dat

Sophomore center Jack Drury has emerged as the backbone of his ranked Crimson squad. Already a leader in the locker room, the forward is among the NCAA's highest per-game scorers this season.


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