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Denver Takes No. 3 in Weekly Polls

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The University of Denver Pioneers (4-2-2, NCHC 0-2-0-0) secured the No. 3 spot in the USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Poll and the USCHO.com polls, as released by USA Hockey and USCHO.com on Monday, Nov. 6.

Denver received 416 points in the USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine poll conducted in conjunction with the American Hockey Coaches Association (AHCA) with input from coaches and members of the media from each of the six (6) Division I college hockey conferences as well as officers of the AHCA and USA Hockey. 

The Pioneers are 94 points behind No. 1 St. Cloud State University (7-0-0, NCHC 2-0-0-0) and 11 points behind No. 2 University of Minnesota (7-3-0, Big Ten 3-1-0). Denver was previously No. 1 in the USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine poll for five (5) consecutive weeks.

Five (5) NCHC schools including Denver were ranked in the USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine poll with St. Cloud State University at No. 1 (510 points), the University of North Dakota (6-2-2, NCHC 1-1-0-0) at No. 4 (401 points), the University of Minnesota Duluth (4-4-2, NCHC 0-2-0-0) at No. 14 (85 points) and Western Michigan University (5-3-1, NCHC 2-0-0-0). Colorado College (6-4-0, NCHC 2-2-0-0) received seven (7) votes. The full USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine poll is available here.

Denver received 870 points in the USCHO.com weekly poll from a group of 50 Division I college coaches and members of the media, collecting 130 fewer points than No. 1 St. Cloud State University and 43 fewer points than No. 2 University of North Dakota. Denver was previously No. 1 in the USHCO weekly poll for four-consecutive weeks.

Five (5) NCHC schools including Denver were ranked in the USCHO.com poll with St. Cloud State University at No. 1 (1000 points), the University of North Dakota at No. 2 (913 points), the University of Minnesota Duluth at No. 12 (442 points) and Western Michigan University at No. 18 (113 points). Colorado College received 53 votes, the University of Nebraska Omaha (3-2-1, NCHC 0-0-0-0) received 52 votes and Miami University (4-4-0, NCHC 1-1-0-0) received three (3) votes. The full USCHO.com poll can be viewed here.


 

 

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