Good Afternoon College Hockey Fans! Welcome to the Inside Hockey’s National Collegiate Hockey Conference Power Rankings Poll. We’re getting down to crunch time. The playoffs are only six weeks away.

This week, there was very little movement. The smoking hot, first-place Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs are the number one team. The Denver Pioneer are cemented in second place followed by the third-place Western Michigan Broncos. After their split in Colorado Springs, the University of North Dakota Fighting Hawks remain in fourth.

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 17-5-4 (15)
  2. Denver 18-6-4 (1)
  3. Western Michigan 14-7-3
  4. North Dakota 14-10-3
  5. Cloud State 12-13-1
  6. Miami 9-11-6
  7. Nebraska-Omaha 14-10-4
  8. Colorado College 7-17-2

 

About The Author

College Hockey Writer, Contributing Editor

Eric Burton is a 1996, 1999 graduate of the University of North Dakota. Eric covers college hockey and the University of North Dakota for Inside Hockey. Eric is the editor of the SIN BIN. Lastly, Eric was the college hockey writer for The Hockey Writers.

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