Rankings roundup: How the top 20 fared, Jan. 5-7

6 Jan 18:  Tyler Nanne (Minnesota - 29), Mikey Eyssimont (St. Cloud - 19). The St. Cloud State University Huskies host the University of Minnesota Golden Gophers in a NCHC matchup at the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center in St. Cloud, MN. (Jim Rosvold)
Tyler Nanne (Minnesota – 29) and Mikey Eyssimont (St. Cloud State – 19) collide as St. Cloud State hosts Minnesota at the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center in St. Cloud, Minn. (photo: Jim Rosvold).

No. 1 St. Cloud State – split with No. 10 Minnesota

No. 2 Notre Dame – swept Michigan

No. 3 Clarkson – defeated Canisius (Jan. 2)

No. 4 Denver – split with Miami

No. 5 Cornell – defeated Princeton, defeated Quinnipiac

No. 6 North Dakota – split with No. 18 Omaha

No. 7 Minnesota State – swept Alaska Anchorage

No. 8 Ohio State – swept Michigan State

No. 9 Northeastern – tied, defeated Bentley

No. 10 Minnesota – split with No. 1 St. Cloud State

No. 11 Providence – defeated Brown (Jan. 3), defeated Merrimack

No. 12 Western Michigan – did not play

No. 13 Boston College – lost to Michigan Tech, tied Northern Michigan

No. 14 Penn State – defeated, tied No. 15 Wisconsin

No. 15 Wisconsin – lost to, tied No. 14 Penn State

No. 16 Minnesota Duluth – did not play

No. 17 Colgate – lost to Quinnipiac, defeated Princeton

No. 18 Omaha – split with No. 6 North Dakota

No. 19 Bowling Green – defeated Michigan Tech (Jan. 2), swept Ferris State

No. 20 New Hampshire – tied Brown

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