St. Cloud State still #1 in college hockey poll

For the 3rd consecutive week St. Cloud State University holds the No. 1 ranking in the latest USA Men’s College Hockey Poll.  The Huskies hang onto the number one spot despite skating to a pair of ties this past weekend at unranked Miami of Ohio.

The NCHC leads all conferences with four teams in the rankings, the Hockey East Association and Big Ten each have three, while ECAC Hockey and the WCHA each have two and the Independents have one … For past poll results, click here

Rank
School
Last Week’s Rank
2018-19 Record
Weeks in Top 15
1. St. Cloud State University, 490 (19) 1 11-1-2 10
2. University of Massachusetts, 483 (14) 3 12-1-0 6
3. University of Minnesota Duluth, 439 (1) 2 10-3-1 10
4. Minnesota State University, 417 4 12-2-0 10
5. University of Denver, 341 7 7-3-2 10
6. University of Notre Dame, 320 8 10-4-1 10
7. Ohio State University, 318 5 9-4-3 10
8. Quinnipiac University, 287 9 13-2-0 7
9. Penn State University, 237 6 10-4-1 9
10. Providence College, 198 10 8-4-3 10
11. Union College, 179 11 8-3-2 6
12. Northeastern University, 140 13 9-3-1 7
13. Bowling Green State University, 125 12 10-3-2 6
14. University of North Dakota, 55 15 8-6-1 7
15. Arizona State University, 23 10-6-0 2

Others Receiving Votes: Clarkson University, 7; University of Michigan, 7; Cornell University, 5; Yale University, 3; Miami University, 2; Western Michigan University, 2; Bemidji State University, 1.

Notes: e.

About the Poll: The 24th 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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