INCH Power Rankings
Three CCHA teams
join the party this week, but it's Hockey East that stays on top
of the INCH Power Rankings. Boston College takes over the top spot,
as its 5-0-0 start, with wins over Denver, Wisconsin and UMass Lowell,
has officially ended its one-year absence from the nation's elite.
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post sweep, even without elder Eaves (rib injury). Off to best
start since 1983-84.
tie Northeastern in a game that features more saves than a Billy
football team disbanded in 1961, but that didn't keep icers
from hanging TDs vs. Huntsville.
two spots with tougher-than-expected sweep of Niagara.
earn three of four points at Michigan Tech...and they're fortunate
to do so.
notch first regular-season sweep against Fairbanks at Yost since
Of course, they haven't played yet. Big Red tee it up Friday
at Ohio State.
finishes hat trick with OT winner against Lowell Friday in Friars'
first real test.
tie vs Western Michigan at Alfond. Better than last year's split
vs. Vermont raised a red flag. The loss to Merrimack concerned
us. The win vs. Nebraska-Omaha reassures us...a little.
doesn't score a goal. But Tigers earn three points on UMD's
postage-stamp size rink.
the Bulldogs! Ferris serves notice with sweep of Notre Dame.
keep rising, without playing games. They can start earning their
stripes Saturday at Brown.
post 13 goals in sweep of Northern Michigan and are averaging
5.25 goals per game.
may be happy not to see his son Patrick this weekend as WCHA
schedule opens vs. Denver.
wins 600th game behind Matt Migliaccio's strong goaltending;
things appear back to normal in East Lansing.
State, Wayne State, St. Cloud State, Notre Dame, Quinnipiac
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