INCH Power Rankings
assumes the top spot in this week's INCH Power Rankings, on the
strength of the Colin Hemingway-Lanny Gare-Josh Prudden line and
a 44-save Saturday-night effort from Michael Ayers – which
should help eliminate any bad associations he has with the state
of Minnesota. Overall, Hockey East remains strong, with five of
the top ten teams and two more knocking on the rankings' door.
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the Wildcats asserted themselves with a win and a tie against
the defending champs in Durham ...
Eagles did the same at The Heights while knocking off Denver.
in America would take a 3-1-0 record after playing MSU, UNO,
BC and NU – all away from home.
at UNH lived up to hype, with wildly entertaining tie on Friday,
Wildcat win Saturday.
||A 1-1 tie
vs. Vermont doesn't add up after the Catamounts' 10-0 loss to
open home schedule vs. Niagara this weekend.
no match for Wolverines lineup – early departures, injuries
want to fly from Orono to Alaska, either, which makes the 3-0
loss to CC more understandable.
quiet – for now.
||Friars outscoring opponents 26-6 in first four
excited for this weekend's huge showdown with FSU – Ferris
of Maine, Iona have CC poised for start of conference play.
the season this weekend with an intriguing matchup at Ohio State.
ECAC – 3-10-4 combined thus far – is excited for
Cornell, Clarkson and Harvard to get started?
reunion this weekend.
hold off CCHA rival Ferris State for 16th thanks to ten-goal
outburst in Rick Comley's return.
State, Michigan State, UMass Lowell, Northeastern, Nebraska-Omaha,
Miami, Wayne State
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