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Men's Ice Hockey

On to the Next Chapter
Men's Ice Hockey

On to the Next Chapter

Donato didn't have much time to reflect on his junior campaign at Harvard. Mere days after the Crimson's season ended, the forward found himself playing in front of thousands of cheering hometown fans.

Captain America
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Captain America

In addition to his accomplishments wearing a Harvard uniform this season, Donato wowed an ever broader audience when he donned the stars and stripes in February's Pyeongchang Olympics.

Like Father, Like Son
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Like Father, Like Son

One of Ryan Donato's most compelling storylines throughout his Harvard career, and especially in his final season for the Crimson, was his relationship with his coach and father, Ted. In 2017, the duo was able to celebrate a Beanpot title.

Flood Warning
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Flood Warning

Rising senior Michael Floodstrand will sport the "C" for the Crimson next season, along with classmate Lewis Zerter-Gossage.

Flood Warning
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Men’s Hockey Announces Captains for 2018-2019 Season

Rising seniors and forwards Michael Floodstrand and Lewis Zerter-Gossage will wear the “C” for the Crimson, becoming the 131st and 132nd captains in program history.

Stirring the Pot
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Stirring the Pot

The Crimson hosted the USNTDP U-18 team in an exhibition for the second consecutive year. Lackey, Fox, Solin, and Walsh on the Harvard team all played with the program before college.

The Good and the Bad Times
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The Good and the Bad Times

The 2017-2018 edition of the men's hockey squad finished with a record of 15-14-4, and 11-8-3 in conference play.

A Bitter Beginning
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A Bitter Beginning

Despite rallying in the second period and scoring twice to tie the game, Harvard could not hold off Yale's pressure.

Hats Off
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Hats Off

Donato's three-spot against Quinnipiac marked the beginning of a dominant December for the forward, and extended his point streak to nine games—at the time, the length of the season.

Man of the Hour
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Man of the Hour

Madsen's shutout versus RPI didn't come easy—the senior net-minder saw 32 shots come his way, but shut the door on all of them.

Cool Customer
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Cool Customer

Opponents tend to see a lot of the Crimson's shot-first offense, and Point was no exception. But the sophomore denied no fewer than 51 shots for a career best.

No Lack of Talent
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No Lack of Talent

Starting against the Bobcats, Lackey turned aside a career-best 41 shots for a sturdy .953 save percentage.

Falling Short
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Falling Short

In a battle that lasted nearly 82 minutes, the Crimson eventually were knocked out of the running for a Beanpot title by a young Terriers squad.

No-Fly Zone
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No-Fly Zone

Debuting under bright lights, Gornet stymied the Eagles for a good stretch of play—until a few too many penalties and a determined Logan Hutsko took over.

Crimson Comeback
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Crimson Comeback

Harvard stormed back to tie the series after a dominant performance all around—two goals from Fox, controlling faceoff play from Donato, and yet another contribution from Krusko (pictured).

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