WCHA Web Media Poll: Week 14

This week's WCHA Web Media Poll sees very few changes. Minnesota remained first for the third straight week after winning three games last week including a sweep of Alaska Anchorage. Minnesota received 11 of 12  possible first place votes; Denver received the lone holdout. Despite that first place vote, Denver was ranked third this week behind North Dakota. North Dakota split a home series with Colorado College and Denver took three points from Nebraska–Omaha at Magness Arena. Three teams climbed one spot (Denver, St. Cloud State and Wisconsin) while three teams dropped one spot (Nebraska–Omaha, Minnesota State and Minnesota Duluth). The bottom four teams remained the same. All twelve WCHA teams will be in action this weekend with conference points on the line.

Here's a look at the results the Tech Hockey Guide WCHA Web Media Poll for Week 14:

Pts Previous Record High Low
1) Minnesota (11) 143 1 16-3-3 1 2
2) North Dakota 128 2 13-6-3 2 3
3) Denver (1) 122 4 13-6-4 1 5
4) Nebraska–Omaha 108 3 13-9-2 3 5
5) St. Cloud State 98 6 12-10-0 3 6
6) Minnesota State 74 5 14-8-2 6 8
7) Wisconsin 71 8 8-7-5 5 10
8) Minnesota Duluth 64 7 9-10-3 6 9
9) Colorado College 55 9 9-13-2 7 9
10) Michigan Tech 33 10 6-12-3 9 11
11) Bemidji State 27 11 5-11-4 10 12
12) Alaska Anchorage 13 12 3-13-4 11 12

About the Panel:

Representing Name Publication Twitter
Alaska Anchorage Taylor Hall College Hockey News @thall907
Bemidji State Troy Mills The Beaver Pond
Colorado College Joe Paisley Paisley Hockey @Paisleyhockey
Denver Mike Chambers Denver Post @MChambersDP
Michigan Tech Tim Braun Tech Hockey Guide @TBraunTHG
Minnesota Dan Myers Minnesota Hockey Magazine @1DanMyers
Minnesota–Duluth Bruce Ciskie The Ciskie Blog @BruceCiskie
Minnesota State Chris Dilks Western College Hockey @ChrisDilks
Nebraska–Omaha Matt Semisch Radio Free Omaha @matthewsemisch
North Dakota Eric Burton Goon's World @goon48
St. Cloud State Jeremy Larson Husky Hockey Time @jclarson02
Wisconsin Andy Johnson Bucky's 5th Quarter @andyjohnsonB5Q