Boston College received all 50 first-place votes in this week’s USCHO.com Division I Men’s Poll and sit atop the rankings for the third week in a row.
That said, change is the theme throughout the rest of the poll, starting at No. 2 where North Dakota rises three spots.
Former top team Yale is now at No. 3, Denver is still No. 4 and Minnesota-Duluth, down from No. 3, rounds out the nation’s top five.
Merrimack jumps five to No. 6, Union is up two to No. 7, New Hampshire falls two to No. 8, Notre Dame jumps one spot to No. 9 and Miami tumbles two places to No. 10.
Michigan is up a pair to No. 11, Wisconsin falls five spots to No. 12, Nebraska-Omaha is up three to No. 13, Rensselaer drops six to No. 14 and Boston University is down one to No. 15.
At No. 16, Dartmouth is up one, Western Michigan falls two to No. 17, Colorado College (No. 18) and Maine (No. 19) trade places this week and Ferris State jumps into the rankings this week at No. 20.