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Harvard goalie Cameron Gornet made his first start in three weeks on Friday night against Yale. The Crimson tied the Bulldogs, 4-4.
Gornet's .907 save percentage is a few points lower than his teammate Gibson's, but Harvard's two goalies both have the same winning percentage.
Abruzzese's two goals and two assists mark the first four-point effort of the rookie's collegiate career.
A consistent strength for the Crimson has been its top line. Initially made up of its top three scorers, Dornbach, Drury, and Abruzzese, the coaching staff has taken to replacing Dornbach with rookie John Farinacci when making adjustments.
Despite the Crimson's poor start, a late surge allowed Harvard to tie the game.
The Crimson skated past the Big Green Friday night to earn its third and fourth points against the conference foe this season.
In a mid-November clash, the Crimson handled the Elis to the tune of 6-1. The game, however, was closer than the score would indicate.
Meetings between the Crimson and the Bulldogs often possess a chippy element, adding to the entertainment factor that the Madison Square Garden audience eagerly anticipates.
Harvard-Yale matchups promise to be hard-fought, physical, and fast-paced, irrespective of the teams' records entering a given contest.