Boston College is back where it started the season — atop the USCHO.com Division I Men’s Poll.
The Eagles, winners of 10 of their last 11 games, received 41 of 50 first-place votes to displace Yale as the nation’s top-ranked team.
Yale slipped to third after losses at Union and Rensselaer.
Denver moved up one spot to second, while Minnesota-Duluth jumped to No. 4, displacing North Dakota, now at No. 5.
New Hampshire rose to No. 6, Wisconsin jumped to seven, Michigan dropped two places to No. 8, and RPI and Notre Dame switched spots, with RPI moving to No. 9.
Union climbs up two ranks to No. 11, Merrimack does the same to No. 12, while Miami falls two spots to No. 13. Boston University goes from No. 16 to 14 and Maine falls three to round out the top 15.
Western Michigan, with the nation’s longest unbeaten streak at 11 games, rises one spot to No. 16, Dartmouth jumps one to No. 17, Nebraska-Omaha falls three to 18, and Princeton (No. 19) and Colorado College (No. 20) remain the same as last week.