Tuesday, February 16, 2010

CIS Men’s Hockey Top 10 (#14): No. 1 UNB finishes 27-1

The final media poll of the regular season finds UNB where they started the year, #1! Despite falling short of a perfect season, UNB broke their own points record in the AUS, and now own the modern era record for most wins in a season with 27 wins in 28 games. UNB will now have a quarter final bye, along with Acadia who maintains their fourth place national standing. St. Mary’s is once again in 10th place, and will begin their quarter final matchup against UdeM on Wednesday night in Halifax.

Here are the complete standings:

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

1. UNB (27-1-0) / 160 (16) / (1)
2. Alberta (21-4-1) / 137 / (2)
3. UQTR (23-3-2) / 129 / (3)
4. Acadia (19-6-3) / 108 / (4)
5. Western Ontario (21-7-0) / 89 / (6)
6. McGill (22-6-0) / 88 / (5)
7. Waterloo (20-7-1) / 43 / (7)
8. Lakehead (18-6-2) / 42 / (8)
9. Manitoba (14-8-2) / 36 / (9)
10. Saint Mary's (16-8-4) / 34 / (10)

Other teams receiving votes: Saskatchewan (8), Wilfrid Laurier (4), and UPEI (2).

The full article can be found here.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

It was my understanding that UNB tied the record for most points in a season at 54 with the 2003-04 Alberta Golden Bears. Pretty sure the Bears went 26-0-2 that year.

Steven C. said...

You are correct, I have clarified. Thanks.

Anonymous said...

No prob, Steve. Great work by the way.