Crimson staff writer
Stuti R. Telidevara
Stuti R. Telidevara '20 is the Blog Chair for the 145th Guard, and has covered men's hockey since January 2018. She is an English concentrator living in Cabot House.
Crimson staff writer Stuti R. Telidevara can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow her on Twitter @StutiTelidevara.
Follow along as the Crimson takes the ice against the Terriers for a third-place Beanpot finish.
Once again, the Crimson must settle for the consolation matchup next week after losing to the Eagles, 2-1.
After giving up an early goal, the Crimson's co-captains combined for a late-goal effort to dispatch the visiting Big Green.
As fans and teams alike gear up for Boston's college hockey classic, take a closer look at the field of competition in the tournament.
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The Crimson vaults to a second-place tie in the ECAC after nabbing four points on the weekend.
Harvard plays host to St. Lawrence, hoping to take advantage of the Saints' losing streak and secure another two conference points.
The Harvard men's hockey faces off against Clarkson for the first time this season.
Though the Crimson lost its 3-1 lead, two minutes of overtime were all it took for Harvard to shut down the visiting Golden Knights.
The Crimson fought off a comeback attempt from the Engineers to secure two crucial conference points and moved to fifth in the ECAC, just five points short of first place.
With all three goals of the game coming on the power play, special teams held sway as the Big Red shut down the Crimson's attempts at a third-period comeback after the hosts jumped to an early lead.
The Harvard men's hockey team skated past then-No. 15 Cornell last weekend — but they couldn't pull it off again the second time around. The team dropped a home contest to longtime rival Cornell Saturday night.
Follow the action live from the Bright-Landry Hockey Center with Crimson Sports.
Tallies on the power play and at even strength put the Crimson up, 2-1, after the team fell behind in the first period. Follow the action live from New York with Crimson Sports.
For the first time, Madison Square Garden will play host to the storied hockey rivalry between the Crimson and the Big Red.
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