Should Old Acquaintance Be Forgot… BU downs Harvard 5-2

Boston, MA – Just 1.9 miles separates Boston University’s Agganis Arena and Harvard University’s Bright-Landry Arena on the Boston bank of the Charles River. That’s the closet distance between two NCAA Division 1 opponents. The two schools are one of the oldest rivalries in college hockey as well, dating back to 1922-23. Coming into Tuesday night’s 158th meeting the Terriers held the 80-70-7…… Continue reading Should Old Acquaintance Be Forgot… BU downs Harvard 5-2

Harvard tops Dartmouth 7-3 in Season Opener

Allston, MA – The Dartmouth Big Green’s 2019-20 season kicks off where last season ended, at Harvard’s Bright-Landry Center. Both squads have been idle while the rest of the NCAA hockey world has had about a month’s head start. Each team is expecting big things from their players this year. Dartmouth is looking to a talented first line…… Continue reading Harvard tops Dartmouth 7-3 in Season Opener

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