Crimson staff writer
Spencer R. Morris
Spencer is a member of the 145th and 146th guards. He has covered the men's hockey team since January of 2017.
Crimson staff writer Spencer R. Morris can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow him on Twitter @SMorrisTHC.
The Crimson came away with a decisive victory on a grand stage — one which it hopes will revitalize its season as the second half of the campaign begins.
The Crimson clashes with a storied rival on Saturday at the world's most famous arena.
In a pair of ECAC matchups, the Crimson fell to Quinnipiac, 6-1, before tying Princeton, 3-3.
The undefeated Big Red dealt the Crimson its first conference loss of the season to the tune of 3-1.
The Crimson suffered a 5-2 defeat at the hands of Boston University, struggling to establish the dominance that defined its first six games of the season.
The Crimson suffered its first loss of the young campaign after opening the slate with six consecutive victories.
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.
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.
The Bright-Landry Hockey Center is on the eve of its annual winter-time festivities, as No. 19 Harvard opens the season at home against Dartmouth on Friday.
After three illustrious seasons at Harvard, the blue-liner will forego his senior campaign, for which he was elected a tri-captain, and embark on his NHL career.
The 2018-2019 iteration of the Crimson convened for one final time on Monday, where team members voted in the triad of letter-wearers — only the second instance of three captains in program history.
Harvard bowed out of the national tournament to the one-seed Minutemen and in the process says goodbye to its six seniors and NCAA title hopes.
The Crimson begins its road back to the Frozen Four on Friday afternoon with a battle against the one-seed Minutemen in the Regional Semifinals.
As this year’s Harvard team prepares for a Division-I playoff push of its own, the lasting impact of the 1989 National Championship is palpable.
Relive the No.13/14 Crimson's campaign as it prepares for this Friday's NCAA Tournament Regional matchup with No. 4 UMass.
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