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By: Mark Allred Follow Me On Twitter @BlackAndGold277
Harvard University forward and Boston Bruins 2014 second round pick Ryan Donato is having a career year this season and after posting 8-7-15 numbers in his first ten games, and he hasn’t lost a step after a long layoff dating back to December 2, 2017, with a game against the Princeton Tigers. The crafty, skilled player got back on the scoresheet last night in a 5-2 loss to the Umass-Lowell Riverhawks. The return to action for the Crimson took place at Burlington, Vermont’s Gutterson Fieldhouse for the Catamount Cup Holiday Tournament.
— Harvard Men’s Hockey (@HarvardMHockey) December 29, 2017
Donato continued his NCAA career-best season as a junior at Harvard with the first goal of the game last night at the 19:28 mark of the first period to take his 2017-18 point streak to eleven games and 9-7-16 numbers within that timeframe. Below are the highlights courtesy of the Havard University Athletics youtube Channel.
The Crimson team is back in action tonight for game number two of the Catamount Cup as they’re set to matchup against Hockey East Conference University of Vermont. Harvard holds the sixth place spot in the ECAC standings with a 4-3-0 Conference record and 4-6-1 Overall record. They are 2-1-0 at home and 2-4-1 on the road and are not currently ranked Nationally in the top 20.
— Harvard Men’s Hockey (@HarvardMHockey) December 30, 2017