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Boston College remains atop USCHO.com Division I Men’s Poll

The top two teams in the weekly USCHO.com Division I Men’s Poll remain the same with Boston College holding steady at No. 1 and North Dakota at No. 2, but after that, 16 of 18 teams from last week’s poll are still ranked, but in different positions.

Yale, despite not having played a game yet, still sits at No. 5, while Wisconsin stays at No. 15.

BC received 49 of a possible 50 first place votes, while North Dakota received the other first place vote.

Miami and Michigan flip-flopped places in the poll, with the RedHawks jumping to No. 3 and the Wolverines dropping one spot below.

Minnesota-Duluth jumped to No. 6, up one notch from last week, and New Hampshire climbed to the seventh spot from No. 9.

Boston University also made a move in going from No. 10 to No. 8, while Alaska moved up five places from 14th to ninth.

Rounding out the top 10 is Nebraska-Omaha, a school that sat at No. 17 last week, but jumped into the top ten after its sweep of Minnesota.

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  • Jdorf40

    I don’t know, but after watching BC dismantle everyone in the FF last year, it’s hard to imagine them not being unanimous until somebody dethrones them. I think if anyone has the firepower to do it, UND does.

    • Sachem

      I hope you meant Univ of Notre Dame because the Fighting Sioux got mauled two nights running at Maine- Go Black Bears!

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