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Weekly Rankings

The Boston University Terriers lead off the rankings for the 12th week in a row. The Hockey East champs took down yet another Hockey East title with a win over Providence on Sunday.

Due to not a lot of our top teams being in action last weekend, we’re just going to roll out the rankings this week.

Just a reminder, all week we’ll be previewing the conference tournaments. In fact, we only have three left: the WCHA, Hockey East and ECAC Hockey. For our money those are the most interesting as well.

1. BU (27-5-4) (18-5-4) No Change

2. Notre Dame (27-5-3) (21-4-3) No Change

3. Michigan (26-10-0) (20-8-0) Up 1

4. Northeastern (23-9-4) (18-6-3) Down 1

5. Vermont (20-9-5) (15-8-4) No Change

6. North Dakota (22-12-4) (17-7-4) No Change

7. Denver (20-10-5) (16-8-4) No Change

8. Miami (19-10-5) (17-7-4) No Change

9. Yale (20-7-2) (15-5-2) No Change

10. Cornell (18-7-4) (13-6-3) No Change

11. Princeton (20-9-0) (14-8-0) Up 1

12. UNH (19-10-5) (15-8-4) Down 1

13. Ohio State (22-12-4) (13-11-4) No Change

14. St. Lawrence (19-11-4) (11-7-4) No Change

15. Boston College (16-13-5) (11-11-5) ——-

16. Colorado College (16-10-10) (12-9-7) ——-

Dropped Out: Minnesota, Minnesota-Duluth

Maybe Next Week: Minnesota, Minnesota-Duluth, RIT, Air Force

Teams By Conference: Hockey East 5, CCHA 4, ECAC Hockey 4, WCHA 3

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Categories: Weekly Rankings
  1. David M
    March 10, 2009 at 1:12 pm

    go hockey east, the deepest conference in the country

  2. March 10, 2009 at 1:15 pm

    Yep, they definitely are this year. No other conference is close really. The WCHA is deep but they’re all mediocre. Hell ECAC Hockey might be the 2nd deepest.

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