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White Out Bright-Landry Set for February 6 vs. Yale

White Out Bright-Landry Set for February 6 vs. Yale

Feb. 6 will also serve as senior day for the Crimson (Gil Talbot).

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The Harvard women's hockey team will host its annual "White Out Bright-Landry" game Feb. 6 when Ivy League and ECAC rival Yale visits the Bright-Landry Hockey Center with the goal of breaking the program's attendance record for the showdown. The Crimson's women's hockey record is 2,028 fans, set last year on Jan. 24 in a matchup with Cornell.

Harvard will provide a number of ways to receive free tickets, while also having free giveaways and game day promotions for fans. Attendees are especially encouraged to wear white in an attempt to "White Out Bright-Landry." Any fan that wears white will be able to spin the Harvard Athletics prize wheel to win prizes such as t-shirts, rally towels and more.

There are increased incentives for Harvard undergraduate students to attend "White Out Bright-Landry" Feb. 6. Students can stop by the Landry Room prior to the game to pick up a free white Harvard t-shirt and also get free pizza and other food!

Ticket Promotions:

● Faculty/Staff Day – All Harvard faculty and staff receive up to four free tickets (click here)

● Grad Student Day – All Harvard graduate students receive up to four free tickets (click here)

● Community Day – All Allston/Brighton/Cambridge residents enter free

● All youth 12-and-under enter free

During the game, there will be more to do than just watch the Crimson take on the Bulldogs. Not only can fans create their own signs, but anyone in attendance wearing white will receive a free spin on the Harvard Athletics prize wheel and a "Beat Yale" roll banner. Aside from the prize wheel and student incentives, there also will be promotions during each intermission, including the always popular HUECU Chuck-A-Puck.

Led by The Landry Family Head Coach for Harvard Women's Ice Hockey Katey Stone, the Crimson (10-4-1, 7-3-2 ECAC) is off to yet another stellar start. Harvard holds the third-best goals-against average in the country (1.27) while scoring 2.80 goals per game. The Crimson holds the nation's best special teams (.643) for the second-consecutive season.

Top 5 Attended Games Since 1999-2000

2,028 – Saturday, January 24, 2015 vs Cornell, W 3-0

1,921 – Sunday, January 11, 2004 vs. Dartmouth, L 1-2

1,741 – Friday, February 7, 2003 vs. Dartmouth, W 2-1

1,729 – Saturday, December 7, 2013 vs. Boston College, T 1-1

1,727 – Saturday, March 8, 2008 vs. Clarkson, W 3-0

 

For more information, visit GoCrimson.com/whiteout.

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