Kevin Allen


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It's showtime in ECAC for Big Green

With two weeks to go in the regular season, life in the ECAC has become a little tight. Namely, Dartmouth and Harvard are tied for fourth place and sit just two points back of Cornell, which has 23.


Harvard, Cornell falter in ECAC

Here's a brief recap of last weekend's ECAC hockey action: Yale A 1-1 affair turned into a nightmare for the Bulldogs on Friday night as a five-minute major to Lee Jelenic opened the floodgates and made way for three power play goals for Colgate.


ECAC has a new leader: SLU

Every game counts as teams continue to grapple for postseason positioning. There were a couple blowouts and a couple nail-biters this weekend, and when the dust settled, St.



Hockey's turnaround complete

With Dartmouth picking up its first four point weekend of the season with a pair of wins over Colgate and Cornell this weekend, it appears that the Big Green have finally found their stride. Although the Big Green has shown flashes of brilliance at various points of the season, they had been generally unable to use that talent for six straight periods. Dartmouth's recent success should come as no surprise to anyone that's been following the team, as the Big Green started playing markedly better since their 6-0 loss to the Princeton Tigers on November 18th. Despite a modest record of 7-7-1 overall and 4-3-1 in ECAC play, the Big Green are 6-2-1 since being shutout by Princeton. What's been the big difference between Dartmouth's first seven games and their last nine?


Colgate, Cornell pay a visit

After a win and a tie against the Vermont Catamounts last weekend, the Big Green appear to have their first half woes behind them as they head into this weekend.


M. hockey hits stride over break

If not for a fourth-line freshman on the Northeastern Huskies, Dartmouth might have gone into their holiday break as the winners of three straight.


M. hockey has mixed weekend

The Dartmouth men's ice hockey team returned to Hanover with its first win of the season, but overall the weekend was bittersweet.


Brown men's soccer gains sole possession of Ivy top spot

Brown 3, Cornell 2 In an offensive display that included 20 shots on goal, the Brown Bears came back from a 1-0 deficit to defeat the Cornell Big Red in Providence on Sunday afternoon. Cornell got on the board first, scoring just 2:35 into the match.


No madness at Dartmouth

If asked, how well would I say Midnight Madness would go over at Dartmouth? I'm sorry to say that my first reaction would be a little chuckle.