Men's Ice Hockey


Another Accolade: Nick Abruzzese, Male Rookie of the Year

The Crimson is not the only entity to give first-year forward Nick Abruzzese post-season accolades: his conference already has. The ECAC labeled him the rookie of the year in men’s ice hockey, thanks to a 44-point 2019-20 campaign. The conference also reserved spots for the first-year forward on the all-ECAC First Team and the ECAC All-Rookie team.


Can't Catch These Zs

First-year forward Nick Abruzzese contributed two goals on three occasions in his rookie campaign, including in a rivalry game against Yale on home ice.


Thank You, Seniors

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Harvard's five seniors may not have received the closure they expected. Nevertheless, the class leaves behind an impressive four-year contribution to the program's on-ice winning and off-ice culture.


Another Year, Another Lesson

The 2019-2020 iteration of the Crimson at times showed its capacity to be dangerous. The team's young core of highly skilled players learned valuable lessons to take into 2020-2021.


For the Last Time

Senior goaltenders Sihak Lee and Cameron Gornet saw a few minutes of ice time in their last home contest.


Keep Your Distance

Despite going ahead three separate times on Friday, it was not until late in the third period that the Crimson was able to distance itself from the Saints.


Start of Something New

On Friday, the Crimson will skate in the ECAC tournament's first round for the first time since 2016, when it ran the table and won the Whitelaw Cup.


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