Much of the talk about Harvard entering the season revolved around it being the youngest team in Division 1 men’s college hockey.
The Crimson certainly had talent, but the seven NHL draft picks in its freshman and sophomore classes hadn’t played a college game because of the Ivy League canceling all sports last year. Joining them for the return were five of the 2019-20 team’s top-10 scorers.
How would it all come together? It was a reasonable question to ask of Harvard and its chief rivals. But, the answer has emerged.