November 12, 2013

Quinnipiac Men's Ice Hockey Ranked 6th In USCHO.com Division I Poll On Monday, Nov. 11

The Quinnipiac men's ice hockey team was ranked sixth in the latest USCHO.com Division I poll, released on Monday, Nov. 11. Quinnipiac is currently 9-1-1 overall and 3-0-1 in ECAC Hockey

The Bobcats are coming off a weekend that saw them run their NCAA-leading unbeaten streak to 10 games (9-0-1) with a 3-0 win against Brown and a 3-3 tie against No. 9 Yale.

Against Brown, Connor Clifton (Matawan, N.J.), Cory Hibbeler (St. Charles, Mo.) and Kellen Jones (Montrose, British Columbia) all scored while Sam Anas (Potomac, Md.) picked up his team-leading 14th point on Clifton's goal. Kellen Jones' goal was his 98th career point.

Michael Garteig (Prince George, British Columbia) picked up his second straight shutout, stopping all 20 of Brown's shots on goal through regulation.

Against Yale, Anas and Jordan Samuels-Thomas (West Hartford, Conn.) staked Quinnipiac to a 2-0 lead. After Yale scored three times inside a five-minute stretch in the second period,Matthew Peca (Petawawa, Ontario) scored his second goal of the year to tie the game late in the third period. 

 

USCHO.com  Division I Poll - Nov. 11, 2013      
  Team (First Place Votes) Record Points Last Poll
1 Minnesota -38 6-1-1 984 1
2 Michigan -9 6-1-1 922 2
3 St. Cloud State -1 6-1-1 838 3
4 Notre Dame   7-3-0 825 4
5 Providence   7-1-1 811 6
6 QUINNIPIAC -2 9-1-1 788 5
7 Boston College   6-2-1 719 8
8 Miami   6-3-1 689 7
9 Yale   3-1-2 575 9
10 Rensselaer   6-2-2 535 10
11 Clarkson   9-2-1 427 16
12 Wisconsin   3-2-1 401 13
13 North Dakota   3-4-1 333 11
14 Ferris State   7-2-0 320 19
15 Lake Superior   5-2-1 298 14
16 Massachusetts-Lowell   5-4-0 294 12
17 St. Lawrence   6-2-2 166 NR
18 Northeastern   6-3-0 154 NR
19 Cornell   3-2-1 145 15
20 Minnesota-Duluth   4-3-1 88 20
Others receiving votes: Minnesota State 47, Boston University 39, Bowling Green 27, Union 24, Nebraska-Omaha 20, Air Force 11, Alaska 8, Alaska-Anchorage 5, Brown 2, Harvard 2, Ohio State 2, New Hampshire 1.