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North Dakoa will travel to Denver Feb. 22-23 after taking a week off.
UND again rolls sevens in both national polls
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Updated: Sunday 02/11/2013 16:22:56 (ET)
by Jayson Hajdu, UND Athletic Media Relations
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GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- Following a road sweep at Nebraska Omaha, the University of North Dakota held its ground and remained ranked No. 7 in this week's national men's hockey polls.

UND (16-8-6, 11-5-6 WCHA) ran its unbeaten streak to five games with the sweep and moved into sole possession of second place in the WCHA standings.

Quinnipiac took over the top spot in both polls this week, garnering 41 of 50 first-place votes in the USCHO poll and 28 of 34 first-place notes in the USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine poll.

Previous No. 1 Minnesota slid one spot to No. 2, while Miami, Boston College, New Hampshire and Western Michigan rounded out spots three through six in both polls.

UND is idle this week and will return to action Feb. 22-23 at Denver, which was ranked No. 11 in both polls this week.

USCHO.com Poll
1. Quinnipiac
2. Minnesota
3. Miami
4. Boston College
5. New Hampshire
6. Western Michigan
7. North Dakota

8. St. Cloud State
9. Minnesota State
10. Yale
11. Denver
12. Notre Dame
13. Boston University
14. Massachusetts-Lowell
15. Niagara
16. Nebraska Omaha
17. Dartmouth
18. Wisconsin
19. Merrimack
20. Alaska

Others receiving votes: Union, Providence, Ferris State,
Northern Michigan, Colgate, St. Lawrence, Holy Cross, RPI.

USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Poll
1. Quinnipiac
2. Minnesota
3. Miami
4. Boston College
5. New Hampshire
6. Western Michigan
7. North Dakota
8. St. Cloud State
9. Yale
10. Minnesota State
11. Denver
12. Notre Dame
13. Boston University
14. Niagara
15. Massachusetts-Lowell

Others receiving votes: Nebraska Omaha, Dartmouth,
Merrimack, Alaska, Wisconsin.

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