Tuesday, November 1, 2011

CIS Men’s Hockey Top 10 (#3): UNB once again on top

The CIS released the third Men's Hockey Top 10 Rankings of the season today. The CIS defending National champion UNB V-Reds (6-0-0) once again earned all the first place votes from the panel of media from across the country.

Also representing the AUS are #6 UdeM, who have the second best record in in the AUS, and #9 Acadia, who dropped from #3 last week.

Here are the complete rankings:

regular season record) / votes (first-place votes) / (previous rankings)

1. UNB (6-0-0) / 170 pts (17) / (1)
2. McGill (6-0-2) / 137 / (4)
3. Saskatchewan (5-1-1) / 114 / (5)
4. Manitoba (4-1-1) / 105 / (2)
5. Western Ontario (5-0-1) / 95 / (7)
6. Moncton (5-1-0) / 89 / (NR)
7. Calgary (5-3-0) / 63 / (10)
8. Lakehead (6-2-0) / 51 / (NR)
9. Acadia (3-3-0) / 35 / (3)
10. Nipissing (6-1-2) / 24 / (NR)

Other teams receiving votes: UQTR (20), Alberta (13), UPEI (9), Queen's (5), Waterloo (2), Brock (1), Ryerson (1), StFX (1).

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

WoooHooooo McGill!!

Anonymous said...

I went as far back as the CIS website would let me and correct me if I made a mistake but these last two rankings are the first two rankings that Alberta hasn't been voted in since the 03' season.

UNB Bruins Fan said...

It's the first time since the 95/96 season they haven't been in the Top-Ten...they were ranked for 276 consecutive ranking periods.