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Rankings roundup: How ranked teams fared, Feb. 10-16

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Wisconsin’s Joseph LaBate gets off a shot as Ohio State’s Justin DaSilva defends in the Buckeyes’ win on Friday (photo: Rachel Lewis).

Here’s how the 20 teams in the Feb. 10, 2014, USCHO.com Division I Men’s Poll did from Feb. 10 to Feb. 16:

No. 1 Boston College (24-4-3) beat No. 12 Northeastern 4-1 (Beanpot) on Monday, won at No. 15 Vermont 4-3 on Friday, won at No. 15 Vermont 5-3 on Saturday. This week: vs. Massachusetts-Lowell, Friday; at Massachusetts-Lowell, Saturday.

No. 2 Minnesota (21-4-5) beat No. 10 Michigan 5-3 on Friday, beat No. 10 Michigan 4-1 on Saturday. This week: Off.

No. 3 Union (20-6-4) won at No. 11 Cornell 4-1 on Friday, tied at No. 19 Colgate 4-4 on Saturday. This week: vs. Clarkson, Friday; vs. St. Lawrence, Saturday.

No. 4 Ferris State (21-7-3) won at Bemidji State 4-1 on Friday, lost at Bemidji State 2-1 on Saturday. This week: vs. Alaska-Anchorage, Friday-Saturday.

No. 4 Quinnipiac (21-6-5) won at No. 13 Yale 4-0 on Friday, lost at Brown 4-2 on Saturday. This week: vs. Cornell, Friday; vs. Colgate, Saturday.

No. 6 St. Cloud State (17-6-5) beat No. 16 Minnesota-Duluth 5-3 on Friday, beat No. 16 Minnesota-Duluth 4-3 on Saturday. This week: at Miami, Friday-Saturday.

No. 7 Massachusetts-Lowell (20-7-3) beat Massachusetts 3-2 on Friday. This week: at Boston College, Friday; vs. Boston College, Saturday.

No. 8 Wisconsin (17-9-2) lost at Ohio State 2-1 on Friday, won at Ohio State 4-2 on Saturday. This week: vs. Michigan State, Friday-Saturday.

No. 9 Providence (15-9-6) tied No. 20 Notre Dame 2-2 on Friday, lost to No. 20 Notre Dame 3-0 on Saturday. This week: vs. Massachusetts, Friday; at Massachusetts, Saturday.

No. 10 Michigan (14-9-3) lost at No. 2 Minnesota 5-3 on Friday, lost at No. 2 Minnesota 4-1 on Saturday. This week: vs. Penn State, Friday-Saturday.

No. 11 Cornell (12-7-5) lost to No. 3 Union 4-1 on Friday, lost to Rensselaer 3-1 on Saturday. This week: at Quinnipiac, Friday; at Princeton, Saturday.

No. 12 Northeastern (17-10-3) lost to No. 1 Boston College 4-1 on Monday (Beanpot), won at Massachusetts 5-4 on Saturday. This week: vs. Maine, Friday-Saturday.

No. 13 Yale (13-8-4) lost to No. 4 Quinnipiac 4-0 on Friday, beat Princeton 7-5 on Saturday. This week: at Harvard, Friday; at Dartmouth, Saturday.

No. 14 Clarkson (17-13-2) lost to Harvard 1-0 in overtime Friday, lost to Dartmouth 6-1 on Saturday. This week: at Union, Friday; at Rensselaer, Saturday.

No. 15 Vermont (15-11-3) lost to No. 1 Boston College 4-3 on Friday, lost to No. 1 Boston College 5-3 on Saturday. This week: at Merrimack, Friday-Saturday.

No. 16 Minnesota-Duluth (13-11-4) lost at No. 6 St. Cloud State 5-3 on Friday, lost at No. 6 St. Cloud State 4-3 on Saturday. This week: vs. North Dakota, Friday-Saturday.

No. 17 North Dakota (16-9-3) beat Miami 3-2 on Friday, beat Miami 9-2 on Saturday. This week: at Minnesota-Duluth, Friday-Saturday.

No. 18 Denver (14-10-6) lost at Nebraska-Omaha 4-2 on Friday, won at Nebraska-Omaha 4-1 on Saturday. This week: vs. Colorado College, Friday; at Colorado College, Saturday.

No. 19 Colgate (14-11-5) tied Rensselaer 1-1 on Friday, tied No. 3 Union 1-1 on Saturday. This week: at Princeton, Friday; at Quinnipiac, Saturday.

No. 20 Notre Dame (17-12-2) tied at No. 9 Providence 2-2 on Friday, won at No. 9 Providence 3-0 on Saturday. This week: vs. Boston University, Friday-Saturday.


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