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.
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On Wednesday morning, the Harvard icemen bused to the famed Upstate New York Olympic town, eyeing Friday’s semifinal bout with Clarkson.
In a best-of-three quarterfinal series, the No. 14 Crimson did not even require the third game, ending the Big Green’s season with a pair of victories at the Bright-Landry Hockey Center.
The Crimson will battle its conference quarterfinal opponent in a best-of-three series in two weeks' time.
With his much-improved play this season, the Crimson's senior net-minder has helped bring Harvard back into the national conversation. Lackey now faces the road back to recovery after sustaining an injury in mid-February.
Amid uncertainty in the crease, the Crimson nabbed two crucial conference points in a 4-2 triumph over the Bears.
Follow the action live from the Bright-Landry Hockey center.
Follow along as the Crimson takes the ice against the Terriers for a third-place Beanpot finish.
Harvard outplayed the Terriers to a 5-2 victory, walking away from the 2019 Beanpot with a third-place finish and keeping its at-large NCAA Tournament hopes alive.
The Crimson potted four goals with the extra-man en route to a 5-3 triumph over the Dutchmen at the Bright-Landry Hockey Center.
One team will continue its recent Beanpot disappointment, while the other will earn a chance to compete in the finals for Beantown’s long sought after hockey prize.
The Crimson entered the matchup looking to bounce back from a disappointing defeat at the hands of storied rival Cornell, and it did, ousting Colgate to the tune of 2-1.
The Crimson fell to the Big Red, as untimely penalties and a failure to establish a net-front presence hindered the visitors’ ability to crack the code of sophomore goaltender Matt Galajda
This year’s installment of the annually anticipated rivalry clash promises to deliver yet another spectacle of school spirit and high-quality hockey.
Senior goaltender Michael Lackey was the difference-maker for the Crimson in its 2-1 victory over the Bobcats.
The Tigers overcame the Crimson to the tune of 4-2, nabbing the season series against Harvard with their first win against the Ivy League rival since 2013.
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