Stuti R. Telidevara '20 is the Blog Chair for the 145th Guard, and has covered men's hockey since January 2018. She is an English concentrator living in Cabot House.
Crimson staff writer Stuti R. Telidevara can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow her on Twitter @StutiTelidevara.
Harvard nabbed Friday’s contest in a 4-1 victory before falling 3-2 in overtime on Saturday.
We've got the gameday jams to carry you through the weekend.
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Harvard scored three goals in the second period for a comeback win against Brown, earning three points in its first road series of the year.
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Harvard travels to New Haven, Conn., looking to break its winless streak. Follow along with The Crimson staff.
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With the arrival of new assistant coach Jim Tortorella, the Crimson will look to build upon past success — and Tortorella and the other assistant coach, Rob Rassey, will help shape that future.
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Returning to the friendly confines of Bright-Landry, the Crimson found itself down by a goal early and never recovered to equalize.
From Michael Jackson to Monster Mash, we're serving up some spine-tingling tunes this Halloween.
Is that just the wind in the trees, or the ghosts of Harvard howling outside your window? ...Maybe you're better off not knowing.
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The Harvard men's hockey team opened its season on the road against Dartmouth in a wild contest that required a sudden death overtime decision. Despite enormous success on the power play, the Crimson was edged out, 7-6, in the extra frame.