Tuesday, November 3, 2015

UND Still Tops Men's Hockey Polls

North Dakota remains atop the polls in NCAA Division I men's ice hockey for another week.

The former Fighting Sioux ran their record to 6-0-2 overall and tallied 17 first-place votes in the Nov. 2 USCHO.com poll, putting UND on top for a fourth consecutive week. In second place was defending national champion Providence with 18 first-place tallies and a 6-0-1 mark, followed by Hockey East rival Boston College (5-1-0), which drew four first-place ballots. Rounding out the USCHO top 10 were Massachusetts-Lowell, Quinnipiac (with the last first-place vote), Minnesota-Duluth, Harvard, Nebraska Omaha, Denver and St. Cloud State.

The USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Men's College Hockey Poll featured North Dakota (21 first-place votes), Providence (11),  BC, Quinnipiac (2), UMass Lowell, Harvard, Minnesota-Duluth, Omaha, Yale and Boston University.

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