Michigan in the Polls

Michigan swept Lake Superior State with a pair of 4-2 wins last weekend in Ann Arbor. Was it enough to make the Wolverines a unanimous No. 1? Who is the newest team to claim the No. 2 ranking behind Michigan? How far did Miami University fall following their shocking losses to Ferris State? It's all in this weeks Michigan in the Polls.

Michigan entered the weekend ranked No. 1 in both polls. Miami University was just behind the Wolverines. Michigan swept Lake Superior while the RedHawks were swept at Ferris State. How did it impact the polls?

USCHO.com/CSTV Division I Men's Poll
1. Michigan (48) – 998 Points
2. North Dakota (2) – 952 Points
3. New Hampshire – 876 Points
4. Colorado College – 843 Points
5. Miami – 828 Points
6. Michigan State – 715 Points
7. Boston College – 685 Points
8. Denver – 663 Points
9. Notre Dame – 557 Points
10. Wisconsin – 504 Points
11. Minnesota State – 484 Points
12. Clarkson – 469 Points
13. Minnesota-Duluth – 424 Points
14t. Northeastern – 259 Points
14t. Providence – 259 Points
16. St. Cloud State – 255 Points
17. Princeton – 251 Points
18. Massachusetts-Lowell – 139 Points
19. Quinnipiac – 116 Points
20. Niagara – 62 Points

USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Men's Hockey Poll
1. Michigan (34) - 510 Points
2. North Dakota – 470 Points
3. New Hampshire – 426 Points
4. Colorado College – 406 Points
5. Miami – 392 Points
6. Michigan State – 320 Points
7. Boston College – 312 Points
8. Denver – 266 Points
9. Notre Dame – 206 Points
10. Minnesota State– 162 Points
11. Clarkson – 161 Points
12. Wisconsin – 158 Points
13. Minnesota-Duluth – 128 Points
14. Providence – 54 Points
15. Princeton – 47 Points

Michigan and Michigan State clash on the ice this weekend for the second series of the year between the two teams. In the first two meetings, the Spartans fought to a 1-0 win in Ann Arbor while the teams skated to a 2-2 draw the next night in East Lansing.

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