Michigan in the Polls

Michigan recorded just one point against the rival Spartans last weekend in the first two games of the four-game season series. How did Michigan's weekend against MSU change the polls? Are the Wolverines still No. 1? Did Miami move back to No. 1 in the nation?

No. 1 Michigan experienced its first winless weekend when the Maize and Blue finished with a 0-1-1 record against the Michigan State Spartans over the past four days. How did it shake up the Division I men's hockey polls?

USCHO.com/CSTV Division I Men's Poll
1. Miami (49) – 999 Points
2. Michigan (1) – 915 Points
3. North Dakota – 854 Points
4. Denver – 839 Points
5. Michigan State – 819 Points
6. Colorado College – 757 Points
7. New Hampshire – 724 Points
8. Notre Dame – 631 Points
9. Boston College – 616 Points
10. Clarkson – 568 Points
11. Wisconsin – 425 Points
12. Minnesota-Duluth – 359 Points
13. Northeastern – 337 Points
14. Providence – 282 Points
15. Massachusetts – 231 Points
16. Massachusetts-Lowell – 195 Points
16. Quinnipiac – 195 Points
18. Minnesota – 181 Points
19. Princeton – 125 Points
20. St. Cloud State – 120 Points

USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Men's Hockey Poll
1. Miami (34) - 510 Points
2. Michigan – 442 Points
3. North Dakota – 420 Points
4. Michigan State – 410 Points
5. Denver – 392 Points
6. Colorado College – 341 Points
7. New Hampshire– 310 Points
8. Notre Dame – 261 Points
9. Boston College – 254 Points
10. Clarkson – 218 Points
11. Wisconsin – 149 Points
12. Minnesota-Duluth – 122 Points
13. Providence – 80 Points
14. Northeastern – 71 Points
15. Minnesota – 18 Points

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