Michigan in the Polls

Michigan entered the week No. 2 in both the national polls. This week they beat No. 14 Wisconsin and No. 15 Minnesota to improve to 13-1-0 on the season. Is their latest weekend sweep enough to help the Maize and Blue to climb to the top of the polls? If not, how far behind the RedHawks is Michigan in the polls?

No. 2 Michigan completed a weekend sweep of the College Hockey Showcase for the first time since the 2002 season. Did the polls reward the Maize and Blue for their 12-game win streak in this weeks polls?

USCHO.com/CSTV Division I Men's Poll
1. Miami (44) – 994 Points
2. Michigan (6) – 956 Points
3. Denver – 876 Points
4. Colorado College – 833 Points
5. Michigan State – 748 Points
6. New Hampshire – 713 Points
7. Notre Dame – 693 Points
8. North Dakota – 679 Points
9. Clarkson – 644 Points
10. St. Cloud State – 533 Points
11. Massachusetts – 459 Points
12. Minnesota-Duluth – 386 Points
13. Wisconsin – 335 Points
14. Minnesota – 328 Points
15. Harvard – 299 Points
16. Northeastern – 289 Points
17. Niagara – 218 Points
18. Rensselaer – 163 Points
19. Boston College – 157 Points
20. Michigan Tech – 63 Points

USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Men's Hockey Poll
1. Miami (24) - 500 Points
2. Michigan (10) – 486 Points
3. Denver – 416 Points
4. Colorado College – 392 Points
5. Michigan State – 366 Points
6. New Hampshire – 328 Points
7. Notre Dame – 305 Points
8. North Dakota – 279 Points
9. Clarkson – 265 Points
10. St. Cloud State – 184 Points
11. Massachusetts – 136 Points
12. Northeastern – 106 Points
13. Minnesota-Duluth – 105 Points
14. Wisconsin – 59 Points
15. Harvard – 55 Points

Michigan returns to Yost Ice Arena for two games against the Ohio State Buckeyes this weekend. The Wolverines are 13-1-0 on the season. Ohio State comes into the weekend with a record of 3-10-1 on the season.

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