I drew this Weds night and added it to construction paper on Thursday, as well as added the lettering. I hope it captures what I’m going for here…
Dartmouth wanted it more. A blast from D-man Connor Yau chased Merrick Madsen from the game, giving Dartmouth a 6-4 lead. Harvard could only muster 6 shots in the 3rd as the Big G clogged the middle of their zone. 2 empty net goals in the final minutes put it away for Dartmouth moving them…… Continue reading Harvard vs Dartmouth (3rd & wrap-up)
This period started & ended in Dartmouth’s favor, which bodes well for the Big Green. An early power-play goal by Kevan Kilistoff @ 2:24 tied it for Dartmouth. They would take the lead one minute later when Corey Kalk scored. But only 2 minutes after that Harvard would tie again @ 3 when Louis Zerter-Gossage…… Continue reading Harvard vs Dartmouth (2nd)
The Crimson travel to Hanover, NH to take on Conference & Ivy League rival Dartmouth. The Big Green were all over Harvard for the opening few minutes. It looked like the Crimsons’ weekend troubles weren’t quite behind them. A Dartmouth penalty @ 4:42 seemed to put Harvard at ease. Their play gradually got better and…… Continue reading Harvard vs Dartmouth
Nearly 100 years after after their 1st meeting Boston College & Boston University renewed acquaintances for the 1st (of 3 definite) games this season. Both teams are on the young side, BC has 13 Freshman on their roster while BU has 10 and both have 7 Sophomores. BC has 0 Juniors and relies on 5…… Continue reading The Battle of the “B Line”
A collapse. NU just ran out out gas. The Olympic sized ice surface caught up to the Huskies in the 3rd. No other way to describe it.
A mish-mash of a period. Each team traded controlling the momentum. This frame had a few penalties that saw each garner chances. UNH had the better of the PPs. They hit the post once, Ryan Ruck played on his head in goal & one of the nation’s top PKs held UNH’s dangerous Tyler Kelleher scoreless.…… Continue reading NU vs UNH (2nd period)