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UND will host Bemidji State in its final regular season home series.
Top of polls remained unchanged, UND still sixth
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Updated: Sunday 02/25/2013 13:06:20 (ET)
by Jayson Hajdu, UND Athletic Media Relations
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GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- The University of North Dakota is ranked No. 6 in the latest USCHO.com and USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine polls, both of which were released today.

UND maintained its No. 6 ranking after a WCHA road split last weekend at Denver. UND won 6-1 on Saturday after being edged 4-3 on Saturday. The top six spots in both spots remained unchanged, with Quinnipiac once again claiming the top spot. Minnesota, Miami, Boston College and New Hampshire rounded out the top five in both.

UND (17-6-6, 12-6-6 WCHA) hosts Bemidji State on Friday and Saturday in its final home series of the regular season.

USCHO.com Division I Men’s Poll
Rk. School (1st place) Record Pts. PR
1. Quinnipiac (37) 23-4-5 975 1
2. Minnesota (10) 21-6-5 948 2
3. Miami (2) 21-8-5 907 3
4. Boston College (1) 18-8-3 835 4
5. New Hampshire 17-8-5 770 5
6. North Dakota 17-9-6 734 6
7. St. Cloud State 19-12-1 670 7
8. Western Michigan 18-8-8 650 8
9. Minnesota State 20-9-3 635 9
10. Denver 16-10-5 515 10
11. Notre Dame 19-12-3 489 11
12. Massachusetts-Lowell 18-9-2 487 12
13. Nebraska Omaha 18-2-2 356 14
14. Niagara 21-6-5 335 16
15. Yale 14-10-3 323 13
16. Wisconsin 14-10-7 237 18
17. Merrimack 14-11-6 199 17
18. Dartmouth 13-10-4 119 19
19. Boston University 14-14-2 112 15
20. Providence 13-10-7 80 NR

Others receiving votes: Rensselaer 57, St. Lawrence 36, Union 14,

Ferris State 12, Alaska 3, Robert Morris 2.

USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Poll
Rk. School (1st place) Record Pts. PR
1. Quinnipiac (30) 23-4-5 506 1
2. Minnesota (3) 21-6-5 471 2
3. Miami (1) 21-8-5 447 3
4. Boston College 18-8-3 406 4
5. New Hampshire 17-8-5 368 5
6. North Dakota 17-9-6 333 6
7. Minnesota State 20-9-3 261 9
8. Western Michigan 18-8-8 260 7
9. St. Cloud State 19-12-1 257 8
10. Massachusetts-Lowell 18-9-2 179 12
11. Denver 16-10-5 166 10
12. Notre Dame 19-12-3 134 11
13. Niagara 21-6-5 107 15
14. Yale 14-10-3 82 14
15. Nebraska Omaha 18-12-2 50 NR

Others receiving votes: Merrimack 24, Providence 12, Dartmouth 8,

Wisconsin 6, Boston University 2, Rensselaer 1.

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