TCHB Power Rankings


For the third week in a row, the Pioneers find themselves atop the power rankings. The Sioux and RedHawks flip flop. Elsewhere, a Hockey East team makes a big surge, and some CCHA teams tumble.

1. Denver (10-4-2) (8-2-2) No Change

I’m going to assume the Pioneers missed Marc Cheverie. The Junior is 2nd nationally with a .940 save percentage.

2. Miami (11-2-5) (8-1-3) Up 1

With back to back shutouts, Miami rose to the 3rd best defensive team in the country.

3. North Dakota (9-5-2) (6-5-1) Down 1

Through 12 games this year, the Sioux have the same conference record as they did last year. For some reason, there has been a lot less panic this year.

4. Cornell (7-2-2) (6-2-1) No Change

The 4 goals Cornell put up this weekend is by far their lowest of the season.

5. Yale (7-3-2) (4-1-2) No Change

Yale now leads the nation with 4.33 goals scored per game

6. Bemidji State (13-2-1) (8-0-0) Up 2

The Beavers put up 11 goals on Niagara this weekend. A CHA title is all but guaranteed.

7. Colorado College (10-4-2) (7-3-2) Down 1

Colorado College is top 10 in both scoring offense and scoring defense.

8. UMass-Lowell (9-5-1) (5-4-1) Up 1

Congrats to David Vallorani for the hat trick vs. rival UMass this weekend.

9. Quinnipiac (12-3-0) (7-2-0) Down 2

For all of the Bobcats offense, they managed just 1 goal in the loss vs. Brown

10. Wisconsin (10-5-1) (7-4-1) Newbies

Defenseman Brendan Smith is 2nd nationally in scoring.

11. Boston College (8-3-2) (6-3-2) Newbies

Two years ago John Muse won a title as a Freshman. Current Freshman Parker Milner is 3-0. Could he repeat the feat? Ok maybe not.

12. Michigan State (10-6-2) (7-3-2) No Change

13. UMass (9-5-0) (5-4-0) Down 2

14. Alaska (8-4-4) (5-4-3) Down 4

15. Minnesota-Duluth (10-5-1) (7-4-1) No Change

16. Ferris State (11-3-2) (6-2-2) Newbies

Dropped out: Notre Dame, Nebraska-Omaha, Vermont

Maybe Next Week: Maine, Union

Teams By Conference: WCHA 5, CCHA 4, ECAC 3, Hockey East 3, CHA 1