College Hockey:
Wolverines take over top spot in D-I men’s poll

There is lots of movement in this week’s USCHO.com Division I Men’s Poll as
not one team is in its same place from a week ago.

Michigan is the new No. 1 team after starting the season 4-0-0. The
Wolverines garnered 24 of 50 first-place votes and edged No. 2 Boston
College by just six voting points.

Boston College earned 15 first-place votes, while No. 3 Denver and No. 4
Colorado College each recorded four first-place votes.

North Dakota sits No. 5, Notre Dame slides to No. 6, Boston University
climbs to No. 7 and had one first-place vote, as did No. 8 Minnesota and
ninth-ranked Yale.

Miami rounds out the top 10 this week, falling six places.

At No. 11, it’s Western Michigan, followed by Union, Nerrimack,
previously-unranked Ferris State and defending NCAA champion

Colgate and Northern Michigan, both unranked last week, come in at Nos. 16
and 17, respectively. Maine falls one to No. 18, Lake Superior State enters
the rankings at No. 19 and Cornell drops one place to No. 20.

Sixteen other teams received votes.

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  • Puckfan

    Who votes in this poll?

    • Bob

      Doug Woog and his family.

  • Genoway

    Eastern Bias in the PWR this year working against UND?

  • Fucker

    …and a lot of people from Yale. Where ever that is.

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