Sophomore goaltender Colton Point shut Harvard down in November's meeting. The Crimson will look to make Point's life a bit more nightmarish this time around.
Tri-captain Merrick Madsen earned his starting role back from junior Michael Lackey on Saturday night. Lackey's short but impressive stint as Harvard's starting net-minder proved that the Crimson has multiple viable options between the pipes.
Harvard will be looking to harness more of the energy pictured above, after junior forward Ryan Donato's goal at Colgate last weekend.
Colgate's stud netminder Colton Point demonstrated why he sits atop the NCAA in goals against average and save percentage, as he held Harvard to just one goal on 31 shots.
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