Michigan in the Polls

Michigan opened the season at No. 10 in both of the national polls. After a strong showing at the Ice Breaker Tournament in St. Paul, Minn., this weekend, where did the Maize and Blue sit in the polls as they enter the first week of Central Collegiate Hockey Association play.

USCHO.com/CSTV Division I Men's Poll
1. North Dakota (46) – 977 Points
2. Miami (3) – 893 Points
3. Minnesota – 879 Points
4. Boston College – 757 Points
5. Denver – 676 Points
6. Michigan – 653 Points
7. Clarkson – 647 Points
8. New Hampshire – 643 Points
9. Michigan State – 628 Points
10. Colorado College – 504 Points
11. Notre Dame – 480 Points
12. Ohio State – 411 Points
13. Wisconsin – 361 Points
14. Quinnipiac – 290 Points
15. St. Lawrence – 283 Points
16. St. Cloud State – 229 Points
17. Maine – 223 Points
18. Boston – 216 Points
19. Cornell – 136 Points
20. Massachusetts – 109 Points

USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Men's Hockey Poll
1. North Dakota (31) - 507 Points
2. Miami (3) – 468 Points
3. Minnesota – 445 Points
4. Boston College – 354 Points
5. Denver – 341 Points
6. Michigan – 304 Points
7. Clarkson – 279 Points
8. New Hampshire – 275 Points
9. Michigan State – 240 Points
10. Colorado College – 188 Points
11. Notre Dame – 165 Points
12. Ohio State – 152 Points
T13. St. Lawrence – 104 Points
T13. Wisconsin – 104 Points
T15. Massachusetts – 36 Points
T15. Quinnipiac – 36 Points

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Michigan opens play in the CCHA with a pair of road games against the Northern Michigan Wildcats this weekend. Northern Michigan received one vote last week in the USCHO.com/CSTV Division I Men's Poll.

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