Michigan in the Polls

The Wolverines entered the weekend ranked No. 1/2 in the two Division I men's ice hockey poll last week. They swept two games from the Lake Superior State Lakers, but the Wolverines competition for the top slot swept the Spartans last week. As a result, where do the Wolverines sit in the polls this week?

Michigan swept the Lake Superior State Lakers this past weekend up in Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. Despite that, the Wolverines fell to No. 2 in both polls behind Miami of Ohio's two game sweep of the Spartans in East Lansing.

USCHO.com/CSTV Division I Men's Poll
1. Miami (48) – 998 Points
2. Michigan (2) – 929 Points
3. Denver – 873 Points
4. Colorado College – 809 Points
5. Michigan State – 769 Points
6. North Dakota – 767 Points
7. Clarkson – 695 Points
8. New Hampshire – 666 Points
9. Notre Dame – 637 Points
10. Massachusetts – 464 Points
10. St. Cloud State – 464 Points
12. Wisconsin – 403 Points
13. Minnesota – 377 Points
14. Boston College – 344 Points
15. Minnesota-Duluth – 338 Points
16. Rensselaer – 264 Points
17. Niagara – 165 Points
18. Harvard – 143 Points
19. Michigan Tech – 89 Points
20. Northeastern – 87 Points

USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Men's Hockey Poll
1. Miami (26) - 501 Points
2. Michigan (8) – 483 Points
3. Denver – 435 Points
4. Colorado College – 390 Points
5. North Dakota – 353 Points
6. Michigan State – 329 Points
7. Clarkson – 300 Points
8. New Hampshire – 277 Points
9. Notre Dame – 267 Points
10. Massachusetts – 163 Points
11. St. Cloud State – 141 Points
12. Minnesota-Duluth – 102 Points
13. Boston College – 101 Points
14. Wisconsin – 77 Points
15. Minnesota – 69 Points

Michigan returns to the ice this weekend for the 15th annual College Hockey Showcase. No. 12/14 Wisconsin will be at Yost Ice Arena on Friday night. Minnesota, the only team to beat the Wolverines this season, come to Yost Ice Arena on Saturday night.

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