Women’s Hockey Eyes Country Classic Tournament in Nashville, Tenn.

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CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The Harvard women's hockey team (5-2-0, 5-0-0 ECAC Hockey) has its sights set on Nashville, Tenn. for the inaugural Country Classic Tournament this Friday and Saturday. On Friday, the Crimson will take on No. 2/2 Wisconsin and will return on Saturday to face No. 1/1 Minnesota. Both games are scheduled for 5:30 p.m. EST puck drops (4:30 p.m. CT) and will be available to stream on LiveBarn.com. Boston College will round out the tournament participants, playing at 2 p.m. EST (1 p.m. CT) both days. All four games will be played at the Nashville Predators' Ford Ice Center - Bellevue. 

How to Follow
Live Stream: Live Barn
Live Stats: vs. Wisconsin | vs. Minnesota
Game Notes: Harvard | Wisconsin | Minnesota
Twitter: @harvardwhockey

How to Stream
A live stream of all four tournament games will be available on LiveBarn.com. Fans can receive a 10 percent discount by using "ford-pred" in the promo code box. Once signed up, fans can search by venue and rink to watch the games live.

What to Know

  • Harvard, Boston College, Minnesota and Wisconsin will be playing in the inaugural Country Classic Tournament at the Nashville Predators' Ford Ice Center - Bellevue.
  • Anne Bloomer continues to lead the nation in goals per game, averaging one score a contest with seven total this season. Her 10 points in the first seven games is double her single season total from her 2018-19 campaign.
  • Kat Hughes will play in her 100th career game on Friday against No. 2/2 Wisconsin.
  • Harvard is 1-7-0 all-time against Wisconsin but took the Badgers to back-to-back overtime contests last Thanksgiving break in Madison. Kristin Della Rovere tallied points in both games, scoring the opening goal of the series and assisting on Kate Hallett's game-tying goal in game two.
  • The last time Harvard faced Minnesota was in the 2014-15 National Championship game. The Crimson lost 4-1 and trails 5-13-1 all-time against the Gophers.
  • On Friday, Nov. 29, following the game against Wisconsin, Harvard will be available to sign autographs for fans at the Ford Ice Center. 

At the Helm
One of the most well-known coaches in college hockey, Katey Stone, enters her 25th season as The Landry Family Head Coach for Harvard Women's Ice Hockey. Throughout her storied career, Stone has coached 13 Olympians, 24 All-America selections, six Patty Kazmaier winners and has accumulated a 476-239-53 overall record, prior to the 2019-20 season. 

Up Next
Harvard will return to conference play next weekend, traveling to Yale and Brown on Friday, Dec. 6 and Saturday, Dec. 7 respectively.