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Courtney D. Skinner

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Men's Ice Hockey

Special Teams Failures Prove Especially Critical, Dooming Harvard to Last Place

Once known for the strength of its special teams, the Harvard men’s hockey team was not-so-special in last night’s 4-1 loss against Northeastern in the consolation round of the Beanpot Tournament at TD Garden.

Men's Ice Hockey

Harvard Drops 3-2 Contest, Extends Winless Streak to 10

Although the Crimson’s third-period surge narrowed Boston College’s lead to one, the Harvard men’s hockey team was not able to overcome the No. 10 Eagles last night, giving up a 3-2 loss.

Dean Moriarty
Men's Ice Hockey

Crimson Blown Out by Lowly Dartmouth Team

Just back from Thanksgiving break, the Harvard men’s hockey team wasn’t feeling the holiday cheer after suffering a 6-2 loss to Dartmouth (3-6-0).

Supplement Stories

Back at Home in the Crimson Goal

<p>With the return of star goaltender Kyle Richter—as well as the recent rise of up-and-coming junior Ryan Carroll—the Crimson appears to be in better shape at the start of this season than it was last year.</p>

Men's Ice Hockey

Harvard Loses in Rivalry Matchup

Although the Harvard men’s hockey team (1-2, 1-2 ECAC, 1-1 Ivy) took a 3-1 lead in the first two periods against the Big Red (3-0, 3-0 ECAC, 2-0 Ivy), the Crimson yielded four goals in the final frame, ultimately succumbing to long-time rivals No. 5 Cornell, 6-3.

Men's Ice Hockey

Late Goal Ends Contest in 3-3 Draw

Oh, Canada. Facing off against McGill in a preseason exhibition game, the Harvard men’s hockey team battled to a 3-3 tie with the Canadian squad at Bright Hockey Center on Friday. Although the Crimson outshot McGill, 49-18, and had 13 powerplay chances—including a few minutes of 5-on-3 play—Harvard was unable to get the winning goal past McGill goaltender Hubert Morin.

Men's Ice Hockey

Jay Back In Assistant's Role After Two-Year Hiatus

He’s back. After a two-season absence, Bobby Jay has renewed his assistant coaching position with the Harvard men’s hockey team.

Men's Ice Hockey

COURT IS IN SESSION: Hockey Continues Losing Trend

This season marked the 20th anniversary of the Harvard men’s hockey team’s last NCAA title. To celebrate the occasion, the

Men's Ice Hockey

NOTEBOOK: Brown’s Upset Victory Makes Crimson History

It wasn’t supposed to end like this. The fifth-seeded Harvard men’s hockey team hadn’t been shut out by an American

Roy Rogers
Women's Ice Hockey

Harvard Tries To Turn Tide Against Brown

The Crimson’s stalemate with Brown will finally end with a clear winner, as the Harvard men’s hockey team plays host

Men's Ice Hockey

Crimson Sneaks Past Quinnipiac

Etched in sophomore goaltender Ryan Carroll’s helmet is a Latin expression that means strength in faith and war. With crucial

Men's Ice Hockey

Huxley Scores Game-Winner on Power Play to Send Raiders Packing

Friday the 13th is usually a day to beware, but the Harvard men’s hockey team beat the dark superstitions with

Men's Ice Hockey

Another Heartbreaker for Harvard

BOSTON—To think what might have 'bean.' Faced with the chance to avenge last year’s Beanpot championship loss and to upset

Men's Ice Hockey

Boston University Power Play Too Much For Harvard to Handle in Beanpot Loss

BOSTON—If only. Although the Harvard men’s hockey team ultimately fell to No. 1 Boston University 4-3, the Crimson held its

Men's Volleyball

Crimson Picks Up Key Non-Conference Victory

Home sweet home. Under the leadership of first year head coach Brian Baise, the Harvard men’s volleyball team landed its