Good Afternoon College Hockey Fans! Welcome to the Inside Hockey’s National Collegiate Hockey Conference Power Rankings Poll. We’re another week closer to the conference playoffs. The playoffs are only 4 weeks away.
Again, there was very little movement in this week’s poll. The first-place Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs are the unanimous number one team. The Denver Pioneer were the unanimous second place vote getter, followed by the third-place Western Michigan Broncos. Remaining in fourth place are the University of North Dakota Fighting Hawks. The Huskies remain in fifth place. Miami and Nebraska-Omaha changed places in the latest poll. Colorado College remains cemented in eighth place.
If you have any questions, please feel free to email ([email protected]). I am still looking for a Western Michigan writers/bloggers. Thanks for reading.
Here’s the list of voters from the new media that participate in the weekly power rankings: @miamihockeyblog; @stoneysioux; @matthewsemisch; @UofHockeyBlog; @goon48; @Mavpuck; @MoarClappers; @TimTimt89; @DBergerHockey; @JDeMolee; @Paisleyhockey; @LetsGoDU @BruceCiskie; @matthewsemisch; @nickbracken303; @candacehorgan; @hockeybias; @StevenDiOssi; @MagnessMayhem
Here are this week’s poll results.
1.Minnesota-Duluth 18-5-5 (16)
2. Denver 18-6-4
3. Western Michigan 15-7-4
4. North Dakota 15-11-3
5. St. Cloud State 13-14-1
6. Nebraska-Omaha 14-11-5
7. Miami 9-11-6
8. Colorado College 7-17-2