Quinnipiac Men's Ice Hockey Ranked 20th In USCHO.com Poll; Receiving Votes In USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Poll
The Quinnipiac men's ice hockey team retained its No. 20 ranking for the second straight week in the USCHO.com Division I poll while also receiving votes in the USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Poll.
Quinnipiac tied Ohio State, 1-1, on Friday, Oct. 19 before defeating the Buckeyes, 3-1, on Saturday night. Matthew Peca (Petawawa, Ontario) scored twice on the weekend - once in each game - while Jeremy Langlois (Tempe, Ariz.) had a pair of goals on Saturday. Eric Hartzell (White Bear Lake, Minn.) went to 3-1-1 on the season after stopping 45 of Ohio State's 47 shots-on-goal for the weekend.
Quinnipiac will travel to Hyannis, Mass. to face Colgate in a non-conference game as part of the Cape Cod Classic at the Cape Cod Rink. The Bobcats return home on Tuesday, Nov. 6 to host American International at 7 p.m. Bobcat fans who wear their "I Voted Today" sticker will receive free admission, as well as all accompanying minors. The Bobcats will also host Colgate and Cornell on Oct. 9-10, respectively, for their first ECAC Hockey action of the year.
Contact: Ken Sweeten (firstname.lastname@example.org)
USCHO.com Division I Men's Poll October 22, 2012
(First Place Votes)
|1||Boston College||(27)||2- 1-0||962||3|
|3||Miami||( 4)||3- 0-1||831||4|
|4||North Dakota||( 1)||1- 1-0||828||2|
|5||Denver||( 3)||2- 0-0||800||7|
|7||Cornell||( 1)||0- 0-0||666||6|
|8||Union||( 1)||2- 1-0||635||8|
|9||Notre Dame||3- 1-0||587||9|
|10||Western Michigan||3- 1-0||519||12|
|12||New Hampshire||( 1)||3- 0-0||466||15|
|13||Boston University||1- 1-0||357||11|
|16||Northern Michigan||3- 1-0||210||17|
|18||Ferris State||1- 1-2||178||16|
|19||Colorado College||3- 1-0||147||19|
Others receiving votes: St. Lawrence 109, Minnesota State 39, Nebraska-Omaha 28, Michigan Tech 16, St. Cloud State 12, Wisconsin 10, Lake Superior 9, Providence 8, Rensselaer 7, Michigan State 5, Merrimack 4, Air Force 3, Alaska 3, Ohio State 3, Yale 3, Alaska-Anchorage 2, Massachusetts 2, Holy Cross 1.
USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine