Sports | 7:37 pm | March 11, 2012 | By Kevin Kucharski

M. HOCKEY | Elis split series with Harvard


For the second straight night, it was overtime for the men’s hockey team in its best-of-three ECAC quarterfinal matchup against Harvard (11–9–11, 8–5-9 ECAC). But unlike Friday, when Kenny Agostino ’14 scored the game-winner in overtime, there would be no hero for Yale (16–15–3, 10–10–2) tonight as the Cantabs won 4–3 in double overtime to »

Sports | 2:40 pm | March 4, 2012 | By Jimin He and Kevin Kucharski

M. HOCKEY | Bulldogs split first two playoff games


A late comeback by the men’s hockey team was not enough to overcome its slow start. The Bulldogs (14–14–3, 10–10–2 ECAC) fell in overtime to Princeton (9–15–7, 6–12–4) 5–4 as the Tigers extended the ECAC playoff series to its final game. Despite missing seven players to injuries, Princeton jumped out to a 2–0 lead and »

Sports | 3:21 pm | February 26, 2012 | By Kevin Kucharski

M. HOCKEY | Elis close regular season with tie


It’s playoff time. The men’s hockey team rounded out its regular season with a 2–2 tie at Quinnipiac University on Saturday night to finish sixth in the ECAC. The sixth-place finish puts the Elis (13–13–3, 10–10–2 ECAC) in position to host Princeton for the opening round of the ECAC playoffs this weekend. Quinnipiac (17–11–6, 9–8–5) »

Sports | 1:13 pm | February 19, 2012 | By Jimin He and Kevin Kucharski

M. HOCKEY | Bulldogs throttle Harvard at Ingalls


On senior night, the men’s hockey team did what it does best: score goals. The Bulldogs (12–13–2, 9–10–1 ECAC) dominated the tempo of the game from the beginning, scoring three goals in the opening period, and throttled the visiting Harvard Crimson (8–7–11, 6–4–9) 7–1. Captain Brian O’Neill ’12 notched three assists and forward Kenny Agostino »

Sports | 11:59 am | February 11, 2012 | By Kevin Kucharski

M. HOCKEY | Yale falls to Colgate, 4-2


It turns out that Austin Smith was not the Colgate skater to fear on Friday night. Smith recorded an empty-net goal with 47 seconds remaining but was otherwise quiet. It was Colgate’s John Lidgett who showed the Bulldogs that Smith is not the only Raider to watch. He scored twice, including the goal that broke »