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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).

Next Men Up
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Next Men Up

Talented sophomore and freshman classes will take on even bigger roles come next year, and some of this season's breakout performers could see regular top minutes.

Buzzer Beater
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Buzzer Beater

Lynah Rink in Ithaca, N.Y., is never a hospitable venue for the Crimson, who were victims of both a crushing loss and flying fish.

In the State of Hockey
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In the State of Hockey

For Minnesota natives on the Crimson, the trip to their home state held familiarity without the satisfaction of winning.

The Good and the Bad Times
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Men's Hockey 2017-2018 Season Recap

“The season was basically characterized by learning curves,” said tri-captain forward Jake Horton. “It gave a lot of guys...that didn’t necessarily get those experiences over the past few years...the experience that they’re going to need to be great [next] season.”

Seniors, Take a Bow
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Seniors, Take a Bow

The Class of 2018 graduates as one of Harvard's all-time winningest groups and has left a permanent impression on the program through its hard-working mentality.

A Night to Remember
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A Night to Remember

Soon-to-be graduates Thomas Aiken, Ryan Begoon, and Seb Lloyd stand in the middle of the entire class of 2018 (L to R), pictured here after a senior-night win over then-No. 7 Clarkson.

Steady Eddie
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Steady Eddie

Tri-captain Eddie Ellis logged 94 games for the Crimson during his time with the team.

Horton Goes, Record Stays
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Horton Goes, Record Stays

Tri-captain Jake Horton ends a career marked by determination and dedication as Harvard's all-time leader in games played, lacing them up 140 times over four seasons.

Merrickle On Ice
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Merrickle On Ice

Tri-captain Merrick Madsen was a crucial part of Harvard's resurgence into the national spotlight over the past four seasons. During his junior season, the net-minder anchored his team during its Frozen Four run and now holds with program records in consecutive wins (16) and wins in a single season (28).

The Sherminator
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The Sherminator

Imposing blue-liner Wiley Sherman has played the role of defensive anchor during his time at Harvard. For the last two seasons, the 6'7" senior has skated primarily alongside sophomore John Marino to form the team's shutdown defensive duo.

Seniors, Take a Bow
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Men's Hockey Seniors: Where Are They Headed?

Here’s a glimpse at what each member of the class of 2018 is doing in his life beyond Harvard hockey.

Ready, Aim, Fire
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Ready, Aim, Fire

Donato's nomination marks the eighth time a Harvard player has been named to the top three.

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