Eagles Hand Crimson First Loss

Allston, MA – A sell-out crowd at Harvard‘s Bright-Landry Arena was treated to a classic cross-town rivalry game with Boston College. The game featured 19 NHL draft picks, a dozen for the Eagles and seven for the Crimson. A second period three goal outburst by # 12 BC was enough to down #6 Harvard 4-2 yesterday. The Crimson went from leading…… Continue reading Eagles Hand Crimson First Loss

Gibson Shuts Out Princeton in Debut

Allston, MA — First Year goaltender Mitchell Gibson stopped all 31 Princeton shots that he faced in his first collegiate start. The 6′-1″ net minder from Phoenixville, PA was solid in the Crimson goal as his team won their second game of the season 3-0 over their Ivy League rivals from New Jersey. In the first…… Continue reading Gibson Shuts Out Princeton in Debut

Opportunity Knocks for Crimson in 2019-20

The 2018-19 version of the Harvard Crimson competed for the ECAC regular-season title, the tournament title, and qualified for the NCAA tournament. The fact that the Crimson were able to hang around all season was in large part due to the play of defenseman Adam Fox, who was a top-three Finalist for the Hobey Baker Award. Harvard had a young squad last year,…… Continue reading Opportunity Knocks for Crimson in 2019-20

Harvard’s Gregoire powers Crimson over Terriers in Beanpot Consolation tilt

Boston, MA. — Teams don’t want to be playing at 4:30 pm on Beanpot Monday. The Consolation Game is a sad affair due to the sparse crowd, the smaller bands (if they even show) and the lack of hardware after the game. Tonight’s two participants are no exception, Boston U. and Harvard would obviously rather…… Continue reading Harvard’s Gregoire powers Crimson over Terriers in Beanpot Consolation tilt