Boston College received 47 of 50 first place votes and for the second week in a row sits atop the USCHO.com Division I Men’s Poll.
Last week’s No. 2, Denver, falls to No. 4, while Yale jumps to No. 2 from No. 3 and Minnesota-Duluth rises one to No. 3.
North Dakota remains the fifth-ranked squad in the nation, New Hampshire holds down No. 6 and Wisconsin is again No. 7.
Rensselaer is up one spot to No. 8, Union jumps two to No. 9 and Notre Dame stays at No. 10 this week.
Merrimack rises one notch to No. 11, Miami is up one to No. 12, but Michigan tumbles to No. 13 from No. 8.
Boston University again occupies No. 14, Western Michigan and their 13-game nation’s-best unbeaten streak go up one to No. 15 and Nebraska-Omaha is up two this week to No. 16.
Dartmouth is still No. 17, Maine drops three to No. 18 and Colorado College (No. 19) and Princeton (No. 20) flip-flop this week.