Tuesday, November 30, 2010

CIS Men’s Hockey Top 10 (#7): UNB falls to third

With seven weeks complete in the AUS, the CIS has released the seventh Top 10 Rankings of the year. UNB has moved back down to the third spot with two weekend losses. UPEI has fallen down to seventh, while Saint Mary's has moved up to fifth.

Here's how the rankings look in the seventh media poll.

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

1. Alberta (11-2-1) / 169 pts (8) / (1)

2. McGill (14-0-1) / 155 (10) / (3)

3. UNB (10-4-0) / 139 / (2)

4. Western Ontario (12-0-3) / 124 / (4)

5. Saint Mary’s (8-4-1) / 88 / (7)

6. Saskatchewan (8-6-0) / 68 / (6)

7. UPEI (8-4-2) / 67 / (5)

8. Manitoba (7-3-4) / 63 / (8)

9. Lakehead (11-4-1) / 62 / (9)

10. Waterloo (11-5-0) / 21 / (NR)

Other teams receiving votes: Calgary (20), Acadia (11), Dalhousie (2), Carleton (1). The full story can be found here.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

UNB is higher in the rankings this week than I had expected.

Anonymous said...

you;d think losing to two unranked teams would drop you down a few spots, guess not

Anonymous said...

There was really no one else that voters could put above them in the ranking....gotta be above any team in the AUS and Western just lost this past weekend to RMC (much worse of a loss to say Acadia or even Dal)...pretty much a given that UNB would be 3rd