Hockey Coach Donato Reflects

Head Harvard men's ice hockey coach Ted Donato describes his first six years on the job.

In a recentinterview in the Boston Globe, head men's ice hockey coach Ted Donato ’91 offers candid reflections on his six years at the helm of the Crimson program. After a strong start, with 21 victories in each of Donato's first two years, Harvard fell to 14- and 17-win seasons, followed by disappointing nine-win campaigns in each of the past two years. Donato explains some of the team's recent challenges and voices optimism about the 2010-11 season, which opens November 1 with an exhibition game against the Swedish National Under-20 Team at Bright Hockey Center. The first two collegiate opponents, Union and Rensselaer, come to Bright on November 5 and 6. 

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