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Harvard women’s hockey coach faces alleged abusive behavior

Christopher Elwell, Sports Editor February 7, 2023

Last Friday, the Boston Globe launched an investigation into the allegations of abusive behavior from Harvard University women’s hockey coach Katey Stone. Stone is in her 26th season as head coach of...

Field Hockey Wins First Home Game

Field Hockey Wins First Home Game

Ethan Cardona, Contributing Writer October 19, 2018

Field hockey won its first home game on Oct. 9 on the blue turf as freshman Morgan McCarty scored the game-winning goal with just 4.4 seconds left to lift the Chargers over rival Southern Connecticut State...

Chargers Defeat AIC

Chargers Defeat AIC

Kenny Sorrentino, Business Manager October 19, 2018

The New Haven Chargers football team defeated the American International College (AIC) Yellow Jackets this past weekend, 33-13. The victory puts New Haven 5-0 in NE10 play and 5-1 overall.   AIC led...

Canada Hockey Wins Gold in OT

The Associated Press March 3, 2010

VANCOUVER, British Columbia—Sidney Crosby sized up goalie Ryan Miller in overtime and delivered hockey gold to a nation that not only craved it, but demanded it, too. Silver wouldn’t satisfy. Not...

Slovakian Hockey Player Reprimanded for Doping

The Associated Press March 3, 2010

VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP)—A Slovakian hockey player for the Edmonton Oilers has been reprimanded for a minor doping violation at the Vancouver Olympics. The IOC said Sunday that Lubomir Visnovsky...

Big Beer Bet for Obama, Harper on Hockey Gold Medal Game

The Associated Press March 3, 2010

WASHINGTON (AP)—President Barack Obama owes his Canadian counterpart a case of beer. Obama made the friendly wager with his counterpart, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper before Sunday’s U.S.-Canada...

The Battle of the Unbeatens, USA and Canada Clash Once Again

Tom Chieppo February 23, 2010

Two of the hockeys finest took the ice Sunday night on MSNBC at 7:40 p.m. EDT to determine the top seed in pool A and also a playoff spot to reach a possible gold medal. Team USA lead by Coach Ron Wilson...

US jolts Canada 5-3 as Rafalski scores twice

Alex Kratman February 22, 2010

ALAN ROBINSON VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP)—The Americans didn’t believe in miracles. They just believed. And they pulled off the biggest Olympic hockey upset since the Miracle on Ice,...

The Washington Capitals: Well-Equipped for the Stanley Cup

Tom Chieppo February 17, 2010

The resurgence of the Washington Capitals hockey team has been unbelievable thus far. The Capitals hold the best record in the Eastern Conference at 41-13 and a total of 89 points under Head Coach Bruce...

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