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Men's Ice Hockey

Head Up
Men's Ice Hockey

Moy Siblings Make a Transatlantic Leap

“It was definitely hectic. But in my heart, I knew I was going the whole time.”

Head Up
Men's Ice Hockey

Head Up

Forward Keely Moy (#12, pictured above) averaged 1-point per game in the 2020-21 campaign for HC Ladies Lugano, a season that ended with Lugano winning the Swiss championship, three games to one, in a best-of-five series. Brother Tyler Moy, also a forward, has played in Switzerland since the 2018-19 season.

Men's Ice Hockey

Podcast: The River Rundown Ep. 1

The first episode of The River Rundown, featuring Marshall Rifai and Jack Drury from Harvard men’s hockey, who touch on a variety of topics—from the team, to the NHL, to playing professionally in Sweden while still taking online classes.

Reason to Celebrate
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Reason to Celebrate

The Crimson offense comes together to celebrate a goal against St. Lawrence on March 7, 2020. The players did not know it at the time, but the 7-1 victory over the Saints just a year ago remains Harvard's last game played.

Reason to Celebrate
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With Players Scattered Across the Country, Men’s Hockey Prepares for Uncertain Post-Covid Future

Today, as much of college hockey gears up for Covid-era conference playoffs, Harvard players are training in junior leagues and working out with private coaches in all corners of the country. Like the rest of the Ivy League — which canceled all three athletic seasons due to the pandemic — Harvard has watched from afar as many of its non-Ancient Eight opponents play on with restrictions through a pandemic-stricken season.

Can't Catch These Zs
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Can't Catch These Zs

First-year forward Nick Abruzzese contributed two goals on three occasions in his rookie campaign, including in a rivalry game against Yale on home ice.

Can't Catch These Zs
Men's Ice Hockey

Another Accolade: Nick Abruzzese, Male Rookie of the Year

The Crimson is not the only entity to give first-year forward Nick Abruzzese post-season accolades: his conference already has. The ECAC labeled him the rookie of the year in men’s ice hockey, thanks to a 44-point 2019-20 campaign. The conference also reserved spots for the first-year forward on the all-ECAC First Team and the ECAC All-Rookie team.

Another Year, Another Lesson
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Men's Hockey 2019-2020 Season Recap

The Crimson impressed with its skilled, young core but at times struggled with inconsistency. An abrupt end to the season due to COVID-19 leaves many questions unanswered.

Another Year, Another Lesson
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Another Year, Another Lesson

The 2019-2020 iteration of the Crimson at times showed its capacity to be dangerous. The team's young core of highly skilled players learned valuable lessons to take into 2020-2021.

Scoring at Will
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Scoring at Will

Harvard, led primarily by its underclassmen, finished the season among the top five scoring teams nationwide.

A Fox, a Goose, and a Question
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A Fox, a Goose, and a Question

Entering the campaign, the Crimson faced questions about its roster due to both graduation and early NHL departures.

Powerful Statement
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Powerful Statement

Despite losing arguably the most potent powerplay weapon in program history in now-NHL defenseman Adam Fox, the Crimson ranked first in the NCAA in man-up effectiveness.

Starts at the Top
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Starts at the Top

Harvard's top forward line was among the most lethal in college hockey, with each player placing in the top 15 in Division-I scoring (per game) at season's end.

Red Was Bigger Than Crimson
Men's Ice Hockey

Red Was Bigger Than Crimson

In Harvard's first meeting of the campaign with Cornell, the Big Red put forth a dominant physical and high-speed effort to cement its early-season superiority.

Welcome to the Bigs
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Welcome to the Bigs

Harvard played its share of high-profile games in 2019-2020. Unfortunately for coach Donato and crew, the Crimson did not emerge victorious from many of these matchups.

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