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Rankings roundup: How ranked teams fared, Jan. 6-12

Goaltender Colin Stevens and No. 4 Union bounced back from a Friday loss at No. 7 Quinnipiac with a shutout win over Ryan Siiro and Princeton on Saturday (photo: Shelley M. Szwast).

Here’s how the 20 teams in the Jan. 6, 2014, USCHO.com Division I Men’s Poll fared in games from Jan. 6 to Jan. 12:

No. 1 Minnesota won at Penn State 3-2 on Sunday. Record: 14-2-3. Next: at Penn State, Jan. 13; vs. Ohio State, Jan. 17-18.

No. 2 St. Cloud State won at No. 17 Denver 6-3 on Friday, lost at No. 17 Denver 5-2 on Saturday. Record: 12-3-3. Next: vs. Western Michigan, Jan. 17-18.

No. 3 Ferris State beat Michigan Tech 1-0 on Friday, beat Michigan Tech 3-2 on Saturday. Record: 17-3-3. Next: at Minnesota State, Jan. 17-18.

No. 4 Union lost at No. 7 Quinnipiac 2-1 on Friday, won at Princeton 3-0 on Saturday. Record: 13-4-3. Next: at New Hampshire, Jan. 17-18.

No. 5 Boston College beat No. 6 Providence 5-2 on Friday, tied Brown 3-3 on Saturday. Record: 14-4-3. Next: vs. Boston University, Jan. 17; vs. Maine, Jan. 18.

No. 6 Providence lost to No. 16 Northeastern 2-1 in overtime on Tuesday, lost at No. 5 Boston College on Friday. Record: 13-5-4. Next: at Colorado College, Jan. 17-18.

No. 7 Quinnipiac tied at Harvard 2-2 on Tuesday, beat No. 4 Union 2-1 on Friday, beat Rensselaer 6-2 on Saturday. Record: 17-3-5. Next: vs. Merrimack, Jan. 17; at Merrimack, Jan. 18.

No. 8 Michigan lost at No. 14 Wisconsin 5-2 on Friday, lost at No. 14 Wisconsin 3-1 on Saturday. Record: 10-6-2. Next: vs. Michigan State at Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, Jan. 23; at Michigan State, Jan. 24.

No. 9 Massachusetts-Lowell lost to No. 16 Northeastern at Fenway Park, Boston, on Saturday. Record: 14-6-1. Next: vs. Maine, Jan. 17; vs. Boston University, Jan. 18.

No. 10 Yale beat Harvard 5-1 at Madison Square Garden, New York, on Saturday. Record: 8-3-4. Next: at Clarkson, Jan. 17; at St. Lawrence, Jan. 18.

No. 11 Clarkson beat Merrimack 3-2 on Friday, lost to Merrimack 4-0 on Saturday. Record: 13-7-2. Next: vs. Yale, Jan. 17; vs. Brown, Jan. 18.

No. 12 Cornell did not play (Friday’s game vs. Massachusetts canceled because of a compressor failure). Record: 8-4-3. Next: at Harvard, Jan. 17; at Dartmouth, Jan. 18.

No. 13 Miami lost at Western Michigan 5-4 on Friday, lost at Western Michigan 3-2 on Saturday. Record: 9-9-2. Next: vs. Nebraska-Omaha, Jan. 17-18.

No. 14 Wisconsin beat No. 8 Michigan 5-2 on Friday, beat No. 8 Michigan 3-1 on Saturday. Record: 13-6-1. Next: vs. Ohio State, Jan. 24-25.

No. 15 Notre Dame beat Alabama-Huntsville 7-1 on Friday, beat Alabama-Huntsville 5-0 on Saturday. Record: 12-8-1. Next: vs. Lake Superior State, Jan. 17-18.

No. 16 Northeastern won at No. 6 Providence 2-1 in overtime on Tuesday, beat No. 9 Massachusetts-Lowell 4-1 at Fenway Park, Boston, on Saturday. Record: 13-6-3. Next: vs. Vermont, Jan. 17-18.

No. 17 Denver lost to No. 2 St. Cloud State 6-3 on Friday, beat No. 2 St. Cloud State 5-2 on Saturday. Record: 11-7-4. Next: at Minnesota-Duluth, Jan. 17-18.

No. 18 Vermont won at St. Lawrence 4-2 on Tuesday, lost at Colgate 3-2 on Saturday. Record: 11-7-3. Next: at Northeastern, Jan. 17-18.

No. 19 Lake Superior State lost to Bemidji State 5-2 on Friday, lost to Bemidji State 3-1 on Saturday. Record: 11-10-1. Next: at Notre Dame, Jan. 17-18.

No. 20 New Hampshire beat Dartmouth 4-2 at Verizon Wireless Arena, Manchester, N.H., on Saturday. Record: 13-10-1. Next: vs. Union, Jan. 17-18.

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