Tuesday, November 24, 2009

CIS Top Ten Rankings: SMU takes a fall and Acadia climbs

The latest installment of the Men's Hockey Top 10 Rankings has been released. UNB (11-0-0) remains at #1, while Alberta (12-1-1) once again received all the second place votes and are now on a 7 game winning streak. Western (11-2-0) moves up to third having now won 11 games in a row.

SMU (7-3-1) has fallen to 8th place after a pair of losses on the weekend to StFX and UPEI. Acadia (9-3-0) has risen from 9th to 7th with a pair of wins over Dalhousie on the weekend.

Here are the complete rankings:

Rank/Team/Record/Votes(1st place votes)/Last Week

1. UNB (11-0-0) / 170 / (17) / (1)
2. Alberta (12-1-1) / 153 / (2)
3. Western Ontario (11-2-0) / 132 / (4)
4. UQTR (11-2-0) / 92 / (5)
5. McGill (8-1-0) / 82 / (7)
6. Manitoba (9-3-2) / 76 / (6)
7. Acadia (9-3-0) / 72 / (9)
8. Saint Mary's (7-3-1) / 62 / (3)
9. Wilfrid Laurier (9-3-1) / 37 / (10)
10. Lakehead (9-3-2) / 30 / (8)

Other teams receiving votes: St. Francis Xavier (26), Waterloo (2), Sasketchewan (1)

Click here for the CIS press release.

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