In a mid-November clash, the Crimson handled the Elis to the tune of 6-1. The game, however, was closer than the score would indicate.
Meetings between the Crimson and the Bulldogs often possess a chippy element, adding to the entertainment factor that the Madison Square Garden audience eagerly anticipates.
Harvard-Yale matchups promise to be hard-fought, physical, and fast-paced, irrespective of the teams' records entering a given contest.
Dornbach's two assists on the night have put the sophomore on a three-game point streak. He has earned a point in four of five games so far this season.
Clashes between the Crimson and the Bulldogs tend to be fast-paced and close, but it took Harvard less than a minute to take the lead on Saturday.
After several high-scoring contests, the Crimson leads the country in goals per game played (5.40) this year.
Gornet's .976 save percentage came with another 40+ save performance. His number on the season (.955 SV%) is good for second in the country, behind only his teammate, rookie Mitchell Gibson.
Junior forward Jack Badini won a higher percentage of his draws than all but one NCAA centerman last season.
The Crimson’s success on the man advantage was in no small part due to the combination of Fox’s playmaking abilities and Walsh’s powerful shot.
John Marino's steady presence on the blue line has earned him a career plus-38 rating as well as a "C" for the upcoming season.