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Men's Ice Hockey

Men's Ice Hockey

Crimson Heads North By Northwest

With time winding down on its regular season, the Harvard men’s hockey team boarded a bus yesterday afternoon and departed

Men's Ice Hockey

Former Clarkson Coach Morris Deserves Second Chance

The last time the Harvard men’s hockey team made the fabled trek to the twin hamlets of Canton and Potsdam,

Men's Ice Hockey

Healthy Defense Still Leaves Harvard One Man Down

This week, Harvard men’s hockey coach Mark Mazzoleni held a meeting with the team’s defensemen to discuss playing time. His

Men's Ice Hockey

Strong Power Play Caps M. Hockey's Energetic 50-Minute Effort

Harvard’s power-play goal 9:27 into the third period Friday night against Rensselaer proved to be one of the game’s key

BERN, BABY, BERN
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M. Hockey Rebounds to Claim Must-Have Win

Ask anyone on the Harvard men’s hockey team what the squad needs to focus on to reap its full potential

THEY'RE DU
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ON HOCKEY: Crimson Project to Earn Sixth-Seed in ECAC Tourney

The Harvard men’s hockey team began the 2003-2004 season, or pre-season I suppose, at the top of both the Coaches’

CAPTAIN COMEBACK
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Captain Smith Returns From Benching to Key Crucial M. Hockey Win over Union

No sooner had Harvard men’s hockey fans settled down after the National Anthem at Saturday night’s game when Union right

Men's Ice Hockey

Leaman All Business in Return to HarvardLeaman All Business in Return to Harvard

Sure, it’ll be different. No one’s denying the novelty. But make no mistake: there is more to this weekend than

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Thoughts of 2002 for Crimson’s Stretch Drive; RPI and Union Loom

On March 16, 2002, at Lake Placid’s 1980 Olympic Arena, the Harvard men’s hockey team shocked some Big Red favorites

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“Body” Landed a Blow... For Harvard Hockey

On the way to making a prediction about this weekend’s games against Rensselaer and Union, current IOP Fellow, and former

Men's Ice Hockey

Fried Sets Up Summer Camp

There are those people you meet at Harvard who do so many things so well, and for so many of

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Senior Winger Kenny Turano Makes A Quick Recovery

The Harvard men’s hockey team’s senior winger Kenny Turano had zero shots on goal, zero penalty minutes and an even

Men's Ice Hockey

BC Tops BU in Beanpot Overtime Thriller

BOSTON—For 56:30, Boston University goaltender Sean Fields relegated BC to second-best in Boston. It took just 9:37 for the Eagles

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Smith Sparks Crimson to Comeback Victory

The biggest win of the Harvard men’s hockey team’s season came Friday night at the Ingalls Rink (commonly known as

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Du Cashes in On Off Night

BOSTON-—In its otherwise uninspiring 3-1 loss to Northeastern last night, the Harvard men’s hockey team could take solace in strong

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