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M. Hockey Wins in Consolation Round to Dartmouth

LAKE PLACID, N.Y.--After earning its first trip in three years to Lake Placid for the ECAC tournament, the Harvard men's

With Clarkson Out, M. Hockey Will Face Cornell

As of last Saturday night, four teams had clinched their tickets to Lake Placid for the ECAC tournament with sweeps

876-5309: New Chapter in the Rivalry

There's no question about it--the storied rivalry between Harvard and Yale is alive and well. And it took a new

M. Hockey Battles for Home Ice

With only one homestand left to play in the regular season, the Harvard men's hockey team has one last chance

M. Hockey Takes Advantage of Mediocrity

If someone had told me that Harvard would come away from this weekend with a split, I wouldn't have been

Dartmouth Manhandles M. Hockey, 7-0

Friday night's matchup against Dartmouth at Thompson Arena was an all too familiar repeat of the Crimson's performance against Boston

B.C. Talk of the Town

BOSTON--Back in November, Harvard turned in one of its most exciting games of the season against cross-town rival Boston College.

867-5309: Student Support Boosts Crimson

Years ago, hordes of Crimson hockey faithful streamed across the Charles River, making Harvard's Bright Hockey Center one of the

M. Hockey Responds Against Princeton, But Gets Swallowed in The Whale

Even though the Harvard men's hockey team picked up a sweep on the road against Princeton and Yale last year,

867-5309: With a Little Help from the Moores, Crimson Solves Engineers

A weekend sweep of Union and Rensselaer at home was exactly what the Harvard men's hockey team needed to get

M. Hockey Drops Pair to Colorado College

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo--Despite occupying the top slot in the ECAC, the Harvard men's hockey team continued to falter in non-conference

Men's Hockey Drops to No. 4 New Hampshire, 4-1

Still reeling from a discouraging 5-3 defeat to Vermont last Saturday, the Harvard men's hockey team continued to falter, suffering

M. Hockey Faces Off Against No. 5 UNH

Right now, the Harvard men's hockey team is clinging to first place in the ECAC, with only a slim one-point

867-5309: Not Bad for a North Country Weekend

POTSDAM, N.Y.--Okay, so maybe a Crimson sweep over St. Lawrence and Clarkson was asking a little too much. How about

No. 5 W. Hockey Beats No. 4 St. Lawrence, Cornell

CANTON, N.Y.--Sometimes, a loss can be just what the doctor ordered. After dropping a heartbreaker to No.1 Dartmouth a few