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01-25-2012, 07:50 AM
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The latest poll is out and UNB is not #1. Will wait for Drummer or 'Foyle to post it.

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Sorry, slacking off. Out of the office all afternoon for a planning session and then worked late prepping a presentation for today. Real life getting in the way of the fun ... and no, I wasn't the one who voted UNB #1 this week.

CIS MEN’S HOCKEY TOP 10 (#11)

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 Men’s Ice Hockey Top Ten Committee is made up of media members from across Canada.

(regular season record) / votes (first-place votes) / (previous rankings)

1. McGill (17-2-2) / 158 pts (12) / (2)
2. Western Ontario (18-2-2) / 127 (1) / (4) *
3. UNB (14-5-2) / 127 (1) / (1)
4. Moncton (15-6-0) / 107 (1) / (7)
5. Acadia (15-6-1) / 106 (1) / (6)
6. Alberta (15-5-2) / 94 / (5)
7. Saskatchewan (15-5-2) / 85 / (3)
8. Manitoba (14-4-2) / 65 (1) / (9)
9. UQTR (17-5-1) / 31 / (NR)
10. Saint Mary’s (13-7-2) / 13 / (10) *

Other teams receiving votes: Lakehead (13), UPEI (7), UBC (2).

* Western Ontario (over UNB) and Saint Mary’s (over Lakehead) were awarded the higher ranking based on number of higher-placed votes.

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Top 10 Head-2-Head

I wrote a Head-2-Head last week, but then timed out and lost it and never got back to it.

AUS
#1 UNB at #7 UdeM (UdeM wins 5-1)

OUA
#4 UWO at #8 LKD (Double Header) (UWO wins both: both 1-0)

CW
#3 USask at #9 UMan (Double Header) (UMan wins both 4-2 & 3-1)


Two of the three higher ranks lost.

UNB's loses mixed with ACD, UdeM and UPEI success has created a log jam at the top of the AUS. UNB has two game left against ACD and one vs UdeM.

LKD missed a chance, at home none-the-less, to jump a head of UWO, but instead fell farther behind. They play UWO to more times.

Big wins for UMan to keep their hopes a live in CW.

This week

AUS
#5 ACD at #3 UNB (Fri)
#4 UdeM at #10 SMU (Sat)

OUA
#1 McG at #9 UQTR (Tue)

CW
none

Other Games to watch
DAL at UPEI (Fri)
LKD at #2 UWO (Sat)
#1 McG at Carelton (Sat)

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MENíS HOCKEY - Jan. 21, 2012

(regular season record) / votes (first-place votes) / (previous rankings)
1. McGill (18-3-2) / 151 pts (8) / (1)
2. UNB (16-5-2) / 150 (4) / (3)
3. Western (19-2-3) / 148 (5) / (2)
4. Moncton (16-7-0) / 98 / (4)
5. Alberta (16-6-2) / 94 / (6)
6. Saskatchewan (15-5-2) / 74 / (7)
7. Manitoba (15-5-2) / 68 / (8)
8. Saint Maryís (15-7-2) / 57 / (10)
9. Acadia (15-7-2) / 56 / (5)
10. UQTR (17-5-2) / 17 / (9) *

Other teams receiving votes: UPEI (17) *, Nipissing (6), UBC (1), Lakehead (1).

* UQTR (over UPEI) was awarded the higher ranking based on number of higher-placed votes.

Hmm. Both McGill and Western lost games this week to unranked teams, while UNB won twice, including thumping ranked Acadia. No anti-UNB bias in the polls now, no, none at all (which is kind of late). They do realize that the V-Reds have a healthy #1 goalie now, for the first time in 2012?

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Both McGill and Western lost games this week to unranked teams, while UNB won twice, including thumping ranked Acadia. No anti-UNB bias in the polls now, no, none at all (which is kind of late). They do realize that the V-Reds have a healthy #1 goalie now, for the first time in 2012?[/I]
I'm shocked that McGill is still ranked #1, although just by the skin of their teeth. If you consider a shootout loss a loss, then yes, Western lost to an unranked team. Personally I consider it a tie plus luck (good or bad). Having said that, I agree that Western is ranked too high, but that was true last week. Manitoba is still ranked too low.

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Foyle said:

"Hmm. Both McGill and Western lost games this week to unranked teams, while UNB won twice, including thumping ranked Acadia. No anti-UNB bias in the polls now, no, none at all (which is kind of late). They do realize that the V-Reds have a healthy #1 goalie now, for the first time in 2012?"

Does it really matter? Does anyone even care? Or, are you worried that if UNB doesn't finish #1 they will get a bad seed at the Nationals?

Do you want some cheese with that whine?

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Foyle said:

"Hmm. Both McGill and Western lost games this week to unranked teams, while UNB won twice, including thumping ranked Acadia. No anti-UNB bias in the polls now, no, none at all (which is kind of late). They do realize that the V-Reds have a healthy #1 goalie now, for the first time in 2012?"

Does it really matter? Does anyone even care? Or, are you worried that if UNB doesn't finish #1 they will get a bad seed at the Nationals?

Do you want some cheese with that whine?
just thinking the same thing AUS fan. There are 24 other teams who would love to be in the top 10 and hes whining by losing 1st in the country by a point TWO weeks before the playoff start! Focus on your own conference first FreddyTFoyle....then on McGill at Nationals!

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I'm a UNB fan who doesn't care about the rankings. More concerned about the AUS playoffs.

Rankings are more of a guide than anything else.

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UNB held on to first place despite a couple bad weekends themselves earlier in the season so I have no problem at all that McGill lost and still remains #1.

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I will say though...the seedings at Nationals may be more important this year than last year. If UNB gets the #1 seed they will play the 2nd and 3rd place OUA teams...if they don't win the AUS they will get the OUA/CW champions. Big difference IMO.

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I will say though...the seedings at Nationals may be more important this year than last year. If UNB gets the #1 seed they will play the 2nd and 3rd place OUA teams...if they don't win the AUS they will get the OUA/CW champions. Big difference IMO.
That's why the rankings matter, especially for the seeds coming out of the AUS.

If the OUA winner is ranked 1st then the other pool will have the AUS and CW winners and the OUA runner-up.

If the AUS winner is ranked 1st then the other pool would have the OUA and CW winners and the AUS runner-up or UNB.

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just thinking the same thing AUS fan. There are 24 other teams who would love to be in the top 10 and hes whining by losing 1st in the country by a point TWO weeks before the playoff start! Focus on your own conference first FreddyTFoyle....then on McGill at Nationals!
Well I wasn't whining -- just pointing out the oddity that when UNB was losing 4 of 5 games they barely took a hit in the rankings (when they should have!) until last week. Then they get Fullerton back, spank Acadia, sweep their weekend while the two OUA teams ahead of them in the rankings split their weeks, and many voters are still putting McGill and Western ahead of UNB.

It's like there is a two-week lag between team performances and many voters.

By the way, this IS a thread to talk about the Top 10 in case you have forgotten former Tommie ...

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Well I wasn't whining -- just pointing out the oddity that when UNB was losing 4 of 5 games they barely took a hit in the rankings (when they should have!) until last week. Then they get Fullerton back, spank Acadia, sweep their weekend while the two OUA teams ahead of them in the rankings split their weeks, and many voters are still putting McGill and Western ahead of UNB.

It's like there is a two-week lag between team performances and many voters.

By the way, this IS a thread to talk about the Top 10 in case you have forgotten former Tommie ...
what does me being a former Tommie have ANYTHING to do with a top 10. Taking digs at people i see Foyle. Good to see you havent changed. Obviously, voters outside NB have NO idea that Fullerton is back and just quickly look at the scores. I know the voter in Kingston does. Does UNB deserve #1? I honestly believe so, but thats cause Im into CIS hockey and have seen McGill play twice and my team almost beat them once. What does that tell you?

And STUtommies is mad at me cause i took to twitter and commented on UNB's PK ability.

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AUS
#5 ACD at #3 UNB (Fri) - UNB Wins 7-1
#4 UdeM at #10 SMU (Sat) - SMU Wins 5-0

OUA
#1 McG at #9 UQTR (Tue) - McG Wins 7-3

CW
none

Other Games to watch
DAL at UPEI (Fri) - UPEI Wins 4-2 (DAL has a 2 goal lead to start the 3rd)
LKD at #2 UWO (Sat) - UWO Wins 4-0
#1 McG at Carelton (Sat) - Carleton Wins 4-2
This week
AUS
#2 UNB at #9 ACD (Fri)
#8 SMU at #4 UdeM (Sat)

OUA
None

CW
None for the rest of the year

Other games of interest
UPEI at #9 ACD in a possible battle for 2nd or 5th (it's that close)
CAL at #6 USask (two game series - Calgary is trying to get ahead of UBC while USask is trying to get ahead of UMan and dormant UA)
UBC at #7 UMan (two game series - UBC is trying to get ahead of CAL while UMan is trying to get ahead of USask and dormant UA)

Everyone has something to fight for in the CW games.

4pts between top five in AUS - double loses will seriously hurt your chance at a bye. UNB, UdeM and UPEI have a game in hand on SMU and ACD which is played on Wed night.

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CIS MENíS HOCKEY TOP 10 (#13)

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. Western (21-2-3) / 152 pts (6) / (3)
2. UNB (17-5-3) / 143 (4) / (2)
3. McGill (20-4-2) / 142 (6) / (1)
4. Manitoba (17-5-2) / 108 (1) / (7)
5. Alberta (16-6-2) / 93 / (5)
6. Saint Maryís (17-7-2) / 89 / (8)
7. Moncton (16-8-1) / 62 / (4)
8. UPEI (17-8-0) / 49 / (NR)
9. Saskatchewan (15-6-3) / 41 / (6)
10. UQTR (18-6-2) / 34 / (10)

Other teams receiving votes: Acadia (11), Lakehead (6), Calgary (4), Nipissing (1).

OpEd: A season of firsts. Last week was the first in many years that McGill got the top ranking. This week that honour goes to Western. Probably not a coincidence that this season seems to have more disparity in the competitive balance in the OUA, particularly in the OUA West (i.e. record padding). Meanwhile the competitive top halves of Canada West and the AUS can beat all each other, so their records, and rankings, suffer.

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CIS MENíS HOCKEY TOP 10 (#14)

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 (20-5-3) / 163 pts (11) / (2)
2. McGill (22-4-2) / 150 (6) / (3)
3. Western (21-4-3) / 120 / (1)
4. Manitoba (18-5-3) / 116 / (4)
5. Alberta (18-6-2) / 104 / (5)
6. Saint Maryís (18-7-3) / 96 / (6)
7. Saskatchewan (17-6-3) / 56 / (9)
8. Moncton (18-9-1) / 49 / (7)
9. UPEI (18-10-0) / 30 / (8)
10. UQTR (19-7-2) / 26 / (10)

Other teams receiving votes: Lakehead (15), Calgary (6), Nipissing (3), Acadia (1).

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The Chosen Ones are back on top. All is well with the hockey world.

Is this the last seeding or is there another?

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The Chosen Ones are back on top. All is well with the hockey world.

Is this the last seeding or is there another?
Voting will continue right up through the last week of playoffs.

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Voting will continue right up through the last week of playoffs.
The next poll theoretically will be the one that is used for nationals.

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CanadaWest leader should have been ranked ahead of Western, especially after losing the last 2 games vs OUA West competition, including a 9-5 bombing to the likes of OUIT!

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Feb. 28 Top 10

New Top 10 is out. Not a lot of movement. I guess some higher seeds need to get knocked out of playoffs.

MEN’S HOCKEY

(regular season / playoff records) / votes (first-place votes) / (previous rankings)

1. UNB (20-5-3 / 2-0) / 167 pts (14) / (1)
2. McGill (22-4-2 / 4-0) / 145 (3) / (2)
3. Manitoba (20-5-3) / 134 / (3)
4. Western (21-4-3 / 4-0) / 107 / (4) *
5. Alberta (20-6-2) / 107 / (5)
6. Saint Mary’s (18-7-3 / 1-1) / 82 / (6)
7. Saskatchewan (19-6-3 / 2-0) / 74 / (7)
8. Moncton (18-9-1 / 3-2) / 55 / (8)
9. UQTR (19-7-2 / 4-2) / 27 / (10)
10. UPEI (18-10-0 / 2-3) / 19 / (9)

* Western (over Alberta) was awarded the higher ranking based on number of higher placed votes.

Other teams receiving votes: Calgary (12), Windsor (6).

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Not surprisingly, the playoff losers have plummeted in the polls while winners rose.

CIS MENíS HOCKEY TOP 10 (#17)

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 / playoff records) / votes (first-place votes) / (previous rankings)

1. UNB (20-5-3 / 3-0) / 166 pts (14) / (1)
2. McGill (22-4-2 / 6-0) / 151 (3) / (2)
3. Western (21-4-3 / 6-1) / 123 / (4)
4. Saskatchewan (19-6-3 / 4-1) / 119 / (7)
5. Moncton (18-9-1 / 5-2) / 112 / (8)
6. Calgary Dinos (15-11-2 / 4-1) / 84 / (NR)
7. Manitoba (20-5-3 / 0-2) / 51 / (3)
8. Alberta (20-6-2 / 1-2) / 45 / (5)
9. Saint Maryís (18-7-3 / 1-3) / 32 / (6)
10. UQTR (19-7-2 / 4-4) / 29 / (9)

Other teams receiving votes: Windsor (15), UPEI (8).

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Not surprisingly, the playoff losers have plummeted in the polls while winners rose.

CIS MENíS HOCKEY TOP 10 (#17)

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 / playoff records) / votes (first-place votes) / (previous rankings)

1. UNB (20-5-3 / 3-0) / 166 pts (14) / (1)
2. McGill (22-4-2 / 6-0) / 151 (3) / (2)
3. Western (21-4-3 / 6-1) / 123 / (4)
4. Saskatchewan (19-6-3 / 4-1) / 119 / (7)
5. Moncton (18-9-1 / 5-2) / 112 / (8)
6. Calgary Dinos (15-11-2 / 4-1) / 84 / (NR)
7. Manitoba (20-5-3 / 0-2) / 51 / (3)
8. Alberta (20-6-2 / 1-2) / 45 / (5)
9. Saint Maryís (18-7-3 / 1-3) / 32 / (6)
10. UQTR (19-7-2 / 4-4) / 29 / (9)

Other teams receiving votes: Windsor (15), UPEI (8).
heys guys, why do media polls matter at this time of the year? does the CIS use the final number 1 in the top ten as the number one seed for the tournament? if they do shame...shouldn't it be the number 1 team(division) at the end of reg season? thus top ten frozen after league play
then the AUS is at the pole and 2,3 both division winners, 45 6(#3 OUA ) are slotted in as per what ever I read earlier about only 2 conferences in one pool if there are three friggin OUA teams in there.
can some of you fine gentlemen explain that to me, as i sit here with my tan and no bison friggin hockey to watch shucks
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heys guys, why do media polls matter at this time of the year? does the CIS use the final number 1 in the top ten as the number one seed for the tournament? if they do shame...shouldn't it be the number 1 team(division) at the end of reg season? thus top ten frozen after league play
then the AUS is at the pole and 2,3 both division winners, 45 6(#3 OUA ) are slotted in as per what ever I read earlier about only 2 conferences in one pool if there are three friggin OUA teams in there.
can some of you fine gentlemen explain that to me, as i sit here with my tan and no bison friggin hockey to watch shucks
thanks
True, right now the CIS Top 10 carries no more weight than a talking point, but the last one, after the conference playoffs are finished, does matter. Each of the conference winners are SEEDED at Nationals based on their rankings in the last poll. That's how you work out which of the two pools has to have two conference champs in it while the other gets one.

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4.2.2 SEEDING CRITERIA
The pools shall be seeded as follows:
1. The three (3) Sport Conference champions will be seeded 1st, 2nd, and 3rd based on their respective team national ranking in the final Top Ten of the season.
2. Pool A will have the #1 seed. Pool B will consist of #2 and #3.
3. The remaining three qualifying teams will be assigned as per 4.2.2 Pool Structure.
Since the wildcard rotates to the OUA this season, and they have three participating teams, we use Option B for pool structure.

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If there are three teams from one conference then the 3rd place team is in Pool A and geography determines the final two placings. For example: If AUS had three (3) representatives and CWUAA was #1, OUA (E) was #2 and AUS was #3 the pools would be as follows:
Pool A Pool B
CWUAA OUA (E)
OUA (W) AUS #1
AUS #3 AUS #2
In other words, if the final rankings are the same as today, and UNB wins AUS championship, they get Seeding #1. McGill is already OUA-east champ, so they're in. If they beat Western they'd get the #2 seed based on their #2 ranking. If Western wins, and rankings don't change, they'd still get #2 seed because whoever wins Canada West is ranked lower than both OUA teams. Right now, whoever wins Canada West can not get higher than the #3 seed due to their ranking. However, if Sask or Calgary were to move up in the final rankings (highly doubtful now the way the rankings have gone) and win Canada West, they could get the #2 seed.

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Continuing on, if Moncton wins the AUS, and the rankings don't change (but they probably would a bit), and Sask wins CanWest, then the OUA (McGill or Western) would get the #1 seed, Sask the #2 seed and Moncton the #3 seed and UNB would revert to the host entry seeding (#5 or #6, whichever makes the pools easier to sort out).

In this scenario Sask and Moncton would be in one pool with the McGill/Western loser while McGill/Western winner would be with UNB and the third OUA team (Windsor or UQTR).

However if Calgary wins CanWest, and they're still ranked behind Moncton, and Moncton wins AUS, then Moncton would be seeded higher than Calgary and get the #2 spot. It wouldn't change the pools, but it could change who gets to play opening afternoon (which I believe is highest vs lowest in the pool).


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