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Clarkson and Cornell Still In Top 10 of Men’s College Hockey Poll

University of Denver Ranked #1 in Latest USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Men’s College Hockey Poll

USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine
2017-18 Men’s College Hockey Poll – Week #11
(First-place votes in parentheses)

Rank
School
Last Week’s Rank
2017-18 Record
Weeks in Top 15
1. University of Denver, 506 (30) 1 9-3-2 11
2. St. Cloud State University, 472 (3) 2 11-2-0 11
3. Clarkson University, 431 (1) 4 13-3-1 9
4. University of Notre Dame, 425 3 14-3-1 11
5. University of North Dakota, 364 6 10-4-4 11
6. Cornell University, 348 5 10-2-0 5
7. University of Minnesota, 286 7 10-7-1 11
8. Minnesota State University, 253 10 9-5-0 10
9. Providence College, 244 9 9-6-1 11
10. Western Michigan University, 168 8 9-7-1 5
11. Northeastern University, 136 11 9-5-1 10
12. University of Wisconsin, 107 12 10-7-2 11
13. Ohio State University, 101 13 8-4-4 2
14. Boston College, 95 – 9-6-2 3
15. University of New Hampshire, 88 14 8-5-1 7

Upcoming Top 15
Matchups

Friday, Dec. 8

No. 4 Notre Dame
at
No. 12 Wisconsin

No. 5 North Dakota
at
No. 2 St. Cloud

Saturday, Dec. 9

No. 4 Notre Dame
at
No. 12 Wisconsin

No. 5 North Dakota
at
No. 2 St. Cloud

Others Receiving Votes: Penn State University, 17; University of Minnesota Duluth, 17; Union College, 12; Colgate University, 7; University of Nebraska Omaha, 3.

Notes: The University of Denver ranks number one with 506 points and 30 first-place votes … The NCHC, Big Ten and Hockey East Association each have four teams in the rankings, ECAC Hockey has two and the WCHA has one . … For past poll results, click here.

About the Poll: The 23rd annual USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Men’s College Hockey Poll is conducted each week in conjunction with the American Hockey Coaches Association. The poll includes input from coaches and journalists representing each of the six NCAA Division I ice hockey conferences, as well as composite votes from officers of the AHCA and USA Hockey.

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