Tuesday, January 12, 2010

CIS Men's Top 10 (#9): UNB still on top of the Mountain.

For the ninth time in a row, the V-Reds sit at the top of the Hockey polls, yet again getting all first place votes.

Also representing the AUS are Acadia, still at #4 and SMU who move up to the #7 spot. Here are the complete standings:

(Regular season record)/votes (first-place votes)/(last week)

1. UNB (17-0-0) / 160 points (16) / (1)
2. Alberta (16-1-1) / 142 / (2)
3. Western Ontario (16-2-0) / 126 / (3)
4. Acadia (12-3-1) / 103 / (4)
5. McGill (14-2-0) / 100 / (5)
6. UQTR (14-2-1) / 71 / (6)
7. Saint Mary's (10-3-4) / 58 / (8)
8. Manitoba (10-4-2) / 40/ (7)
9. Wilfrid Laurier (13-4-2) / 37 / (9)
10. Saskatchewan (9-6-1) / 15 / (NR) - x

x - Saskatchewan was awarded the higher ranking (over Waterloo) based on number of higher-placed votes.

Other teams receiving votes: Waterloo - x, Lakehead (8), StFX (4), Carleton (1).

The ranking article can be found here.


ny islander fan said...

is rob hennigar hurt i see he hasnt played since dec.

David Kilfoil said...

Yes Hennigar is hurt, and may be gone for the season with an arm injury.

Eric said...

Here is what I found on an Everblades Fan site:

Rob Hennigar was at Germain Arena on Tuesday to take in part of Tuesday's practice. Many of his former teammates were happy to see him, but he won't be joining any of them on the ice any time soon.

According to (Malcom) Cameron, Everblades Coach, Hennigar was in town to see a specialist for his hand injury and isn't expected to join the Everblades any time soon.

"He's here to see the doctor, I don't know the particulars of it," Cameron said. "There's just a guy here that deals with the type of injury that he has so he's going to go get that cast cut off today and see where he's at."

Hennigar is currently assigned to the Albany River Rats of the AHL.

"He's still on Albany's roster," Cameron said. "He just got sent down here to see the doctor."

BTW - Rob's ECHL stats are still good enough for 3rd on the team despite not playing for more than a month and half.

Eric said...

'Tuesday' is Tue. Jan. 5th.