Michigan in the Polls

How did the Wolverines taking three of four points from No. 1 Miami impact the Division I Men's Ice Hockey polls? Are the Wolverines once again considered to be the top team in the nation according to the national polls? Where is Miami now at in the standings? Find out inside this weeks Michigan in the Polls.

Last weekend No. 2 Michigan took three of four points from No. 1 Miami. It could have easily been a two game sweep. With that in mind, how did the polls reflect the action last week? Was it enough for the Wolverines to reclaim first place in the national polls.

USCHO.com/CSTV Division I Men's Poll
1. Michigan (48) – 995 Points
2. Miami – 939 Points
3. North Dakota – 875 Points
4. New Hampshire (2) – 854 Points
5. Colorado College – 813 Points
6. Denver – 747 Points
7. Boston College – 685 Points
8. Michigan State – 634 Points
9. Notre Dame – 536 Points
10. Wisconsin – 493 Points
11. Clarkson – 477 Points
12. Minnesota-Duluth – 475 Points
13. Minnesota State – 403 Points
14. Providence – 333 Points
15. Northeastern – 298 Points
16. Quinnipiac – 296 Points
17. Princeton – 233 Points
18. Massachusetts-Lowell – 103 Points
19. St. Cloud State – 96 Points
20. Niagara – 67 Points

USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Men's Hockey Poll
1. Michigan (33) - 507 Points
2. Miami – 472 Points
3. North Dakota – 425 Points
4. New Hampsrire – 410 Points
5. Colorado College – 381 Points
6. Denver – 350 Points
7. Boston College – 300 Points
8. Michigan State – 254 Points
9. Notre Dame – 212 Points
10. Minnesota-Duluth – 174 Points
11. Clarkson – 156 Points
12. Wisconsin – 145 Points
13. Minnesota State – 112 Points
14. Providence – 78 Points
15. Northeastern – 38 Points

Michigan skates in a two-game home series with Lake Superior State this weekend. Friday night is scheduled for 8:05 with CSTV providing television coverage. Saturday night will broadcast at 7:35 on FSN Detroit.

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