College Hockey:
Women’s poll sees Minnesota unseat Wisconsin

With 10 first-place votes and a win over Wisconsin last weekend, Minnesota is the new No. 1 team in the USCHO.com Division I Women’s Poll.

Wisconsin drops to No. 2 this week.

Spots 3-7 remain Cornell, Boston College, Mercyhurst, North Dakota and Northeastern, respectively.

Minnesota-Duluth jumps one to No. 8, Bemidji State falls to ninth and Harvard remains No. 10.

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  • Lenn

    Utilizing my mathematical skills, since a first-place vote is worth ten points, second-place is worth nine points, and so on, this means that Minnesota got 10 first-place and 5 second-place votes.  Wisconsin got 3, 8 and 4, respectively, and Cornell got 2, 2 and 11.

    Seriously?  Wisconsin travels to Minnesota, splits the series, and falls that far?  I mean, only 3 first-place votes and 4 third-place votes?

    Thank goodness the only “poll” that counts is the one taken after the national championship game.

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