Michigan in the Polls

Michigan entered the weekend ranked No. 2 with a record of 12-1-0 on the season. After splitting with Ohio State at Yost Ice Arena this weekend, did the Wolverines suffer a drop in the polls? Will the Wolverines enter the break as one of the top five teams in the nation?

Michigan was No. 2 in the nation before splitting with the Ohio State Buckeyes last weekend at Yost Ice Arena. Would Friday nights loss against a struggling Ohio State team be enough to drop the Wolverines from the second spot in the Division I Men's Ice Hockey Poll?

USCHO.com/CSTV Division I Men's Poll
1. Miami (48) – 998 Points
2. Colorado College (1) – 900 Points
3. Michigan (1) – 886 Points
4. Denver – 841 Points
5. Michigan State – 819 Points
6. Notre Dame – 771 Points
7. North Dakota – 675 Points
8. New Hampshire – 668 Points
9. Clarkson – 532 Points
10. Wisconsin – 503 Points
11. Massachusetts – 486 Points
12. Northeastern – 387 Points
13. Harvard – 381 Points
14. St. Cloud State – 361 Points
15. Minnesota – 286 Points
16. Minnesota-Duluth – 268 Points
17. Boston College – 251 Points
18. Bowling Green State – 134 Points
19. Rensselaer – 101 Points
20. Michigan Tech – 100 Points

USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Men's Hockey Poll
1. Miami (33) - 509 Points
2. Michigan (1) – 453 Points
3. Colorado College – 444 Points
4. Michigan State – 402 Points
5. Denver – 388 Points
6. Notre Dame – 346 Points
7. New Hampshire – 292 Points
8. North Dakota – 281 Points
9. Clarkson – 199 Points
10. Massachusetts – 171 Points
11. Wisconsin – 164 Points
12. Harvard – 133 Points
13. Northeaster – 126 Points
14. St. Cloud State – 74 Points
15. Minnesota-Duluth – 49 Points

Michigan returns to the ice this weekend for the final time before the holiday break. No. 18 BGSU will host the Wolverines at BGSU Ice Arena on Friday night with the Falcons coming to Ann Arbor on Saturday night for the series finale.

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