Boston College is the new No. 1 team in the country in this week’s
USCHO.com Division I Men’s Poll, jumping four spots from its fifth place
ranking last week.
Notre Dame, No. 1 in the Sept. 26 poll, falls to No. 2, while Denver rises
to No. 3, Michigan jumps to No. 4 from No. 6 and Miami falls three spots to
round out the top five.
North Dakota (down three to No. 6), Colorado College (stays No. 7), Boston
University (up two to No. 8), Minnesota-Duluth (down one to No. 9) and Yale
(down one to No. 10) finish out the top half of the poll, which saw six
teams earn first-place votes.
Union stands pat at No. 11, Western Michigan goes from No. 13 to 12,
Merrimack jumps two places to No. 13, Minnesota is up five to No. 14 and
then it’s New Hampshire coming in at No. 15 after being ranked twelfth last
At No. 16, Nebraska-Omaha is down two spots, Maine is down one to No. 17,
Wisconsin up one to No. 18, Cornell up one to No. 19 and Rensselaer falls a
couple to No. 20.