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Women's Hockey Returns Home to Take On Brown and Yale

Matchup
Date
Time
Venue
Live Stats
Video
Talent
Series
Last Meeting
Streak
Notes
Harvard vs. Brown
Nov. 10, 2017
6 p.m.
Bright-Landry Hockey Center
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Ivy League Network
Alex Thomas
Harvard leads, 46-31-6
L 1-3 (Feb. 18, 2017)
L1
Harvard  |  Brown

 

Matchup
Date
Time
Venue
Live Stats
Video
Talent
Series
Last Meeting
Streak
Notes
Harvard vs. Yale
Nov. 11, 2017
3 p.m.
Bright-Landry Hockey Center
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Ivy League Network
Tyler Murray
Harvard leads, 73-10-4
W 5-0 (Feb. 17, 2017)
W1
Harvard


CAMBRIDGE, Mass. –
After a two-week hiatus, the Crimson will take the ice this weekend for a pair of home games against Brown and Yale. On Friday, the Bears will ship up to Boston for a 6 p.m. puck drop and the Bulldogs will travel to Bright-Landry for a Saturday afternoon matchup slated for 3 p.m. Both contests will be broadcast on the Ivy League Network. 

Quick Hits
In the last 33 head-to-head contests between Harvard and Brown, dating back to the 2002-03 season, the Crimson has been victorious 29 times, has tied the Bears three times and has lost just once. 

Five of Harvard's eight goals in 2017-18 have come from freshmen. Brooke Jovanovich leads the pack with two while Becca Gilmore, Keely Moy and Lunasa Sano all have one goal to their name. 

On the current roster, Haley Mullins and Kaitlin Tse have been solid contributors against the Bears, adding three assists each in seven and four games respectively. 

Becca Gilmore and Keely Moy are averaging 1.00 points per game. Among rookies, the mark ranks them tied for seventh in the nation, third in the ECAC and first among Ivy freshmen. 

Beth Larcom ranks fourth in the ECAC in both save percentage (.938) and goals against average (1.67) 

Harvard's power-play ranks fourth in the nation with a 27.3 conversion rate. Saint Anselm leads the NCAA with a 30.8 conversion rate, going 8-26. 

Veteran's Day Nod
On Friday against the Bears, Harvard will sport its new alternate camouflage jerseys in honor of Veteran's Day on Saturday. 

Right Place at the Right Time
Keely Moy has been in the right place at the right time when goals are scored this season, earning a +4 rating in three games. She ranks tied for first among Ivy players and is the top freshman in the +/- category. 

Linemates Brooke Jovanovich and Becca Gilmore are close behind with +3 marks. The all-freshman forward line has a combined stat line of 4-4-8. 

The Better Hand
Harvard has held a better hand over the Bears in recent years. Since the 2002-03 season, Harvard has gone 29-1-3. Eight of the matchups were shutouts and 19 contests were decided by three or more goals. 

Ivy League Network
The Ivy League Network returns for a fifth season as the home for all live streaming and on-demand video content for each of the conference's eight institutions. Broadcast in full HD and featuring a live score bug and play-by-play and color commentary, the Ivy League Network provides fans with unprecedented access to the Ancient Eight.

Multiple subscription options are available to fans, including school-specific and league-wide passes. To learn more about the Ivy League Network or to sign-up today, click here, or download the Ivy League Network app! 

What's Next?
Next weekend, the Crimson will play its first non-conference games with a home-and-home series with Holy Cross. The newly minted Division I team is competing independently during 2017-18 and will join the Hockey East Association in 2018-19. Harvard will host the Crusaders Friday, Nov. 17 at 6 p.m. and will make the short drive to Worcester, Mass. on Saturday for a 2 p.m. puck drop.

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