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Harvard’s Donato Could Make Jump to Bruins

Last year, a gifted forward out of Harvard University turned down a contract with the Nashville Predators, the team that had drafted him, opting instead to test the waters of free agency to kickstart his NHL career. That player, Jimmy Vesey, went on to sign with the New York Rangers (to the surprise of many) and began his career with the Blueshirts. This year, the Bruins have their...
Via The Hockey Writers
July 19, 2017

Donato Collects ECAC Hockey Player of the Week Honors

Harvard sophomore forward Ryan Donato has been named the ECAC Hockey Avision Ahead Player of the Week for the second time this month, as announced by the conference office Tuesday, Feb. 28.
Via Harvard Crimson - Official Site
February 27, 2017

Donato Tabbed ECAC Hockey Player of the Week

Harvard sophomore Ryan Donato has been selected as the ECAC Hockey Player of the Week, as announced by the conference office Wednesday afternoon.
Via Harvard Crimson - Official Site
February 14, 2017

Donato’s Four Goals Leads No. 4/5 Harvard to 6-2 Victory Over No. 6/6 Union

Sophomore Ryan Donato scored Friday night’s first two and last two goals, bringing the home sellout crowd of 3,095 fans to its feet four times in Harvard’s (17-5-2, 12-4-2 ECACH) 6-2 victory over No. 6/6 Union (19-8-2, 12-4-1 ECACH).
Via Harvard Crimson - Official Site
February 09, 2017

Zerter-Gossage, Donato Power No. 12/12 Men’s Hockey Past Cornell, 4-3

Sophomores Lewis Zerter-Gossage and Ryan Donato powered the No. 12/12 Harvard men’s hockey (3-0-1, 1-0-1 ECAC Hockey) Saturday night to a 4-3 victory over rival Cornell (0-2-1, 0-1-1) at Bright-Landry Hockey Center. Zerter-Gossage recorded his first career hat trick, while Donato scored Harvard’s other goal while assisting on each of his linemates’ tallies.
Via Harvard Crimson - Official Site
November 04, 2016

US routs Sweden 8-3 to win bronze at world juniors

HELSINKI (AP) Anders Bjork, Matthew Tkachuk and Ryan Donato each scored two goals and the United States defeated Sweden 8-3 on Tuesday to win bronze at the world junior hockey championship. Bjork and Tkachuk gave the Americans a two-goal lead, but Sweden pulled even before the end of the opening period on goals by William Lagesson and Carl Grundstrom. The U.S. pulled away with...
Via Associated Press
January 05, 2016  |  Discuss

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