The Harvard hockey program will honor its seven outgoing seniors tonight after a battle with No. 7/3 Clarkson for a crucial two conference points.
Last time out, the Crimson (12-10-4, 9-6-3 ECAC) skated to an electrifying—and strange—tie with the Golden Knights (19-7-5, 11-4-4). After six goals apiece, the two squads left Cheel Arena without a decisive winner. Nevertheless, expect Harvard and Clarkson to resume the electric play tonight at the Bright-Landry Hockey Center.
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