Tuesday, October 25, 2011

CIS Men’s Hockey Top 10 (#2): UNB claims all top place votes

The CIS released the second Men's Hockey Top 10 Rankings for the new season today. The CIS defending National champion UNB V-Reds (4-0-0) rest firmly on top of the competition, having received 170 points in the voting system. UNB received all 17 of the possible first place votes.

The Manitoba Bisons (4-1-1) and Acadia Axemen (3-1-0) each move up one spot in the new poll to No. 2 and No. 3, respectively. Also representing the AUS was StFX (2-2-0), dropping one spot to #8.

Here are the complete rankings:

(regular season record) / votes (first-place votes) / (previous rankings)
1. UNB (4-0-0) / 170 pts (17) / (1)
2. Manitoba (4-1-1) / 138 / (3)
3. Acadia (3-1-0) / 118 / (4)
4. McGill (4-0-2) / 112 / (2)
5. Saskatchewan (4-1-0) / 75 / (5)
6. UQTR (5-2-0) / 68 / (NR)
7. Western Ontario (3-0-1) / 62 / (6)
8. StFX (2-2-0) / 56 / (7)
9. Waterloo (4-1-0) / 55 / (10)
10. Calgary (3-3-0) / 24 / (NR)

Other teams receiving votes: Moncton (21), Nipissing (12), Lakehead (12), Alberta (9), Queen’s (3).

3 comments:

Eric said...

From my rough calculations, UNB has been ranked for 105 straight weeks going back to #14 in 2004/05. This is the longest active streak.

The next closest is 44 by UWO.

Eric said...

Sorry, that's 99 (I miss-ordered the 2004/05 results).

Anonymous said...

From what I can tell they have been ranked in every poll since the first one in 2005/06. They were not ranked in the last 4 polls of the 2004/05 season.