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Six for Success
Men's Ice Hockey

No. 13/12 Harvard Skates Past Yale, 6-1

The Crimson’s performance was a microcosm of the season so far, as Harvard capitalized on its chances and solid goaltending nullified its defensive errors.

Apple Picking
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Apple Picking

Dornbach's two assists on the night have put the sophomore on a three-game point streak. He has earned a point in four of five games so far this season.

Rivalry Night
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Rivalry Night

Clashes between the Crimson and the Bulldogs tend to be fast-paced and close, but it took Harvard less than a minute to take the lead on Saturday.

Six for Success
Men's Ice Hockey

Six for Success

After several high-scoring contests, the Crimson leads the country in goals per game played (5.40) this year.

Cam, Saw, Conquered
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Cam, Saw, Conquered

Gornet's .976 save percentage came with another 40+ save performance. His number on the season (.955 SV%) is good for second in the country, behind only his teammate, rookie Mitchell Gibson.

The Game (Hockey Edition)
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The Game (Hockey Edition)

The Crimson looks to remain unbeaten on Saturday night in a visit to Ivy League rival Yale.

Brown for the Count
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No. 13/12 Men's Hockey Remains Undefeated at Brown

Harvard triumphed, 4-1, on Friday night and now holds a 4-0-0 record for the first time since the 1993-1994 season, in which it reached the Frozen Four.

Brown for the Count
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Brown for the Count

The Crimson is off to its best start to a season since 1993-1994.

Moving Up
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No. 18/15 Men's Hockey Thumps No. 15/- Quinnipiac, 7-2

The Bobcats responded to the Crimson's surges with early-period goals in both the second and third frames, but the hosts were able to mitigate the comeback efforts and secure the 7-2 victory.

Moving Up
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Moving Up

The Crimson picked up its first four-point weekend of the season and should expect a bump in its national ranking come next week.

Deuces
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LIVE: No. 18/15 Men's Hockey Hosts No. 15/- Quinnipiac

Follow the action live from the Bright-Landry Hockey Center.

Deuces
Men's Ice Hockey

Deuces

Freshman blue-liner Ryan Siedem has been tasked with a top-four role to open the Crimson's season.

Men's Ice Hockey

No. 18/15 Men's Hockey Shuts Out Princeton, 3-0

Sharp goaltending and tallies on the rush propelled the Crimson to its second straight victory of the young season.

Dish It Out
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Dish It Out

Sophomore Jack Drury centers the Crimson's top line, which is also fully present on the top powerplay unit. Though Harvard hasn't scored on the man advantage, this trio have had considerable even-strength success (3–5—8).

Good Things Come in Threes
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Good Things Come in Threes

Badini's goal was his first of the season and the last of the game. It came courtesy of a fortunate bounce that rewarded the junior after a three-assist night last weekend.

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