Crimson staff writer
The Harvard men’s hockey team (8-12-3, 4-9-3 ECAC) found itself in a familiar place Monday evening against Boston University (8-16-4, 3-8-3 Hockey East) at the TD Garden.
The 142nd matchup between the Crimson and Cornell featured hard-fought hockey throughout, but it was two late period lulls - one in the first and one in the second - that ended up costing Harvard in the end.
The 2014 Rivalry on Ice lived up to its billing Saturday night, with a sell-out crowd at hand in Madison Square Garden. But for Harvard, the game itself was marked with frustration, with the Crimson suffering a 5-1 loss to ancient rival, No. 10 Yale.
In its first game of 2014, the Harvard men’s basketball team earned a 73-58 victory Wednesday afternoon over crosstown rival Boston College.