The Murr Center is home to several Harvard athletic facilities, including tennis and squash courts.
The last time the Crimson appeared in the NCAA Tournament, an impressive run ended in heartbreak. Then-sophomore Ryan Donato (right) and Sean Malone ’17 (left), a senior at the time, were speechless after falling to Minnesota Duluth in 2017’s Frozen Four.
Co-captain Lewis Zerter-Gossage won the Beanpot with the Crimson as a sophomore.
St. Lawrence net-minder Arthur Brey played only 4:22 of Saturday's game, swapping out after he conceded three goals on four shots.
One of Ryan Donato's most compelling storylines throughout his Harvard career, and especially in his final season for the Crimson, was his relationship with his coach and father, Ted. In 2017, the duo was able to celebrate a Beanpot title.
Ryan Donato walks down the tunnels of the United Center in Chicago after the 2-1 loss to Minnesota-Duluth in the Frozen Four. A sophomore at the time, Donato used the defeat as motivation to improve over the summer and come out of the gates strong in 2017-2018.
Last season's Beanpot victory gave Donato a taste of winning big events. He and the Crimson rode this feeling all the way to the Frozen Four last season, and Ryan will surely take those experiences with him to South Korea.
The Donato men enjoyed last season's Beanpot title as both a father-son duo and a player-coach pair. The tournament victory is surely among Ryan's greatest hockey moments shared with dad.
After bowing out of the NCAA Tournament in April's Frozen Four, coach Donato leaves the ice and lets his son Ryan have a moment with the outgoing seniors.
Coach Donato, pictured here with last year's Beanpot trophy, hopes his Harvard team can retain Boston bragging rights by defending the crown in 2018.
Now-sophomore goaltender Jake Oettinger, pictured in last year's Beanpot finale. The Dallas Stars draft pick has seen a regression in his numbers this season, emblematic of BU's overall struggles to date,
Last season, Harvard ended its 24-year drought and captured the program's 11th Beanpot title. The victory has since ushered in a revitalized interest in hockey around campus.
Sophomore quarterback Kurt Rawlings sprints out-of-bounds against the Crimson. The then-freshman threw for 131 yards and two touchdowns in last year's rendition of The Game.
In the 2016 edition of The Game, Yale wide receiver Reed Klubnik, now a sophomore, hauled in two crucial touchdown passes to lead the Bulldogs to victory. Here, Klubnik celebrates after his first catch, which gave Yale its first lead early in the third quarter.
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