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So We Meet Again
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Preview: No. 14 Men's Hockey to Face Dartmouth in ECAC Quarterfinals

Harvard starts the road to Lake Placid with a best-of-three quarterfinal beginning on Friday.

Cam As You Are
Men's Ice Hockey

Cam As You Are

Junior Cameron Gornet is riding a streak of solid play and is set to make his postseason debut on Friday.

Silky Mitts
Men's Ice Hockey

Silky Mitts

Junior defenseman Adam Fox leads Harvard in scoring, and is also a Hobey Baker nominee this season.

Highs and Lows
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Highs and Lows

In both regular season contests between these teams, Dartmouth has found the net first. Harvard will want to stifle the Big Green's run-and-gun offense, or risk a repeat of last year's Game 1 loss.

So We Meet Again
Men's Ice Hockey

So We Meet Again

Last year, the Crimson beat the Big Green in a three-game series to advance to Lake Placid.

Bye, Felicia
Men's Ice Hockey

Bye, Felicia

While the Crimson only captured two of the desired four standings points, importantly it has clinched a first-round bye in the ECAC playoffs.

Camtastic
Men's Ice Hockey

Camtastic

Junior Cameron Gornet has stepped up to fill the void in the crease left by an injured Michael Lackey. His play has maintained consistency for the Crimson, preventing the season from imploding down the stretch without the starting net-minder.

No Ryan, No Problem
Men's Ice Hockey

No Ryan, No Problem

The Crimson's freshman class is among the most productive in all of college hockey. The group of first-years has helped the squad maintain its offensive prowess despite the loss of standout forward Ryan Donato to the NHL.

Bye, Felicia
Men's Ice Hockey

Men's Hockey Clinches ECAC Bye with 2-Point Weekend

The Crimson will battle its conference quarterfinal opponent in a best-of-three series in two weeks' time.

Lacking Bad Games
Men's Ice Hockey

Lacking Bad Games

Senior goaltender Michael Lackey has been a key component of the Crimson's surge in the 2019 portion of the schedule.

Masked Man, Yes He Can
Men's Ice Hockey

Masked Man, Yes He Can

After his first two forgettable starts this season, Michael Lackey has ranked in the top 10 in the country in the major goalie categories.

Gornet-minder
Men's Ice Hockey

Gornet-minder

In Michael Lackey's absence, junior backup Cameron Gornet secured the crease and guided the Crimson to a pair of victories last weekend.

Big But Nimble
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Big But Nimble

Lackey's size and athleticism have allowed him to blossom as Harvard's go-to backstop.

Kneed to Get Better
Men's Ice Hockey

Kneed to Get Better

Lackey, pictured in a knee brace and using crutches, was unable to play in last weekend's senior night affair due to his right knee injury.

1 and 1A
Men's Ice Hockey

1 and 1A

Michael Lackey (right) and former standout Merrick Madsen '18 (left) engaged in a heated duel for the number-one spot last season. Madsen ultimately won out, but the competition bettered Lackey's game.

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