Vermont Makes Top 20, Minnesota Keeps No. 1 Spot In USCHO College Hockey Poll

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Santaguida Vermont hockeyThe 2-0 Minnesota Golden Gophers haven’t let go of the stronghold they’ve had on the No. 1 spot — which they’ve held since before the start of the season — but other schools are inching their way to the top of the rankings in the U.S. College Hockey Online poll.

UMass-Lowell moved up to seventh from No. 9 in the rankings after a win and a tie with Quinnipiac — who dropped two spots — during their weekend series. The River Hawks started the season at No. 17.

Vermont, who was unranked during the first two weeks of the season, settled into 17th after three straight wins to begin their 2014-15 campaign.

Here are the rest of the USCHO rankings as of Oct. 20.
1. Minnesota
2. Union
3. North Dakota
4. Colgate
5. Providence
6. Boston College
7. UMass-Lowell
8. Ferris State
9. St. Cloud State
10. Miami (Ohio)
11. Denver
12. Boston University
13. Minnesota State
14. Michigan
15. Quinnipiac
16. Alaska
17. Vermont
18. Cornell
19. Minnesota-Duluth
20. Alaska-Anchorage

NESN’s Tom Caron got a vote, and this is how he thought the teams stacked up.
1. Minnesota
2. Union
3. North Dakota
4. Colgate
5. Providence
6. Ferris State
7. UMass-Lowell
8. Boston College
9. Miami (Ohio)
10. Minnesota State
11. Boston University
12. St. Cloud State
13. Denver
14. Notre Dame
15. Michigan
16. Cornell
17. Vermont
18. Northern Michigan
19. Quinnipiac
20. Minnesota-Duluth

Photo via Twitter/@UVMmhockey

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