2011-12 CIS Menís Hockey Top 10
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11-24-2011, 10:34 PM
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UNB's loss to UPEI cost them four more #1 votes for McGill.
CIS MENíS HOCKEY TOP 10 (#6)
Voting is based on a 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 basis, with a 1st place vote worth 10 points. The CIS Menís Ice Hockey Top Ten Committee is made up of media members from across Canada.
(regular season record) / votes (first-place votes) / (previous rankings)
1. UNB (9-2-1) / 165 pts (12) / (1)
2. McGill (10-1-2) / 148 (5) / (2)
3. Moncton (9-3-0) / 107 / (5)
4. Western Ontario (9-1-2) / 104 / (4)
5. Alberta (8-2-2) / 102 / (6)
6. Acadia (8-3-1) / 80 / (7)
7. Saskatchewan (7-2-2) / 71 / (3)
8. Lakehead (11-3-0) / 63 / (9)
9. Calgary (9-5-0) / 43 / (NR)
10. Manitoba (7-3-2) / 22 / (8)
Other teams receiving votes: UQTR (10), Nipissing (9), UPEI (7), Carleton (3), Saint Maryís (2).
SMU just isnt the same team they were last year.Since the national championship team they have lost quite a few key guys who have done the following in the last 2 years.
Andrew Hotham-54gp,76 points,14 goals,62 assists,+27, AUS MVP,CIS defenseman of the year,2 time team team MVP,1st team CIS All-Canadian,2-time 1st team AUS all-star
Cam Fergus-54gp,71 points,33 goals,38 assists,+19, 2-time CIS(AUS) most sportsmanlike player(Could be back after things in the ECHL didnt work out)
Marc Rancourt-27gp,41 points,8 goals,33 assists,+9,Left the school in 2010 as captain and former CIS Player of the year,AUS first team all-star
David Macdonald-54gp,55 points,9 goals,44 assists,+28,2-time AUS second team
Cody Thornton-28gp,33 points,24 goals,9 assists,+1,left school in 2010,2-time AUS second team all-star
SMU have always had slow starts and at last years AUS championship game 5 the game was lost in OT have the puck had stopped in the front of the net due to the rink operators beautiful ice job but in the St Thomas game it seemed as if they barely squeaked out with the win so for the way they have played as of late but i think a 7-4-1 record is a good start.The national championship year record was 16-8-4 and they have won AUS championships with 14 win years so I personally count them out for the AUS title but with UNB and Acadia in the conference who they have a 1-5 record against so far combined and have to face another 4 times it wont be easy.
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