Crimson staff writer
Stuti R. Telidevara
Stuti R. Telidevara '20 has covered men's hockey since January 2018. She is an English concentrator living in Cabot House.
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Two powerplay tallies and five different goal-scorers powered the hosts’ effort, earning the Crimson a 2-0 series victory and a trip to the ECAC quarterfinals.
Five even-strength goals powered the Crimson past the visiting Saints.
The Crimson had to overcome a 4-1 deficit in order to earn the one conference point.
Though the Crimson scored the first goal, defending champions Northeastern overcame a deficit to earn a place in the Beanpot final.
The Crimson's powerplay chipped in on two of the team's goals, allowing it to notch the score with the Raiders.
The Crimson's powerplay helped it to victory against the Saints, but the Golden Knights' own offensive prowess cost Harvard the next night.
The Crimson returned to its winning ways to close out 2019, facing non-conference foes the Sun Devils in California.
After an undefeated start to the season, the Crimson suffered its fourth straight loss heading into its winter hiatus.
A hat trick from sophomore Casey Dornbach and another strong showing in net put the Crimson over its ECAC opponent for its sixth straight win.
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The Crimson’s performance was a microcosm of the season so far, as Harvard capitalized on its chances and solid goaltending nullified its defensive errors.
Sharp goaltending and tallies on the rush propelled the Crimson to its second straight victory of the young season.
The Crimson hosts two ECAC foes in its first double-header of the season, hoping to build on the momentum of its first win.
Six different goal-scorers found the back of the net to propel the Crimson past the visiting Big Green.
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