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01-14-2014, 10:49 PM
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CIS MENíS 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 Menís Ice Hockey Top Ten Committee is made up of media members from across Canada.

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

1. Calgary (17-0-1) / 169 points (16) / (1)
2. Alberta (16-2-0) / 149 / (2)
3. Acadia (15-1-2) / 141 (1) / (3)
4. UNB (14-3-1) / 113 / (4)
5. McGill (14-5-1) / 88 / (6)
6. UQTR (14-4-0) / 70 / (8)
7. Carleton (13-5-1) / 54 / (9)
8. Ryerson (14-5-0) / 51 / (10)
9. Lakehead (13-4-1) / 42 / (5)
10. Queenís (12-2-5) / 35 / (7)

Other teams receiving votes: Saskatchewan (12), UPEI (4), StFX (4), Moncton (2), Western (1).

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01-28-2014, 05:29 PM
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CIS menís hockey top 10 (#12)

CIS MENíS HOCKEY TOP 10 (#12)

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.

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1. Calgary (19-0-1) / 160 points (16) / (1)
2. Alberta (18-2-0) / 144 / (2)
3. UNB (16-3-1) / 124 / (4)
4. Acadia (15-2-3) / 107 / (3)
5. McGill (16-5-1) / 87 / (5)
6. UQTR (16-4-0) / 80 / (6)
7. Carleton (14-5-1) / 51 / (7)
8. Ryerson (15-7-0) / 48 / (8)
9. Lakehead (14-5-1) / 27 / (9)
10. Queenís (13-3-5) / 20 / (10)

Other teams receiving votes: Moncton (18), Saskatchewan (7), Western (4), UPEI (3).

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01-28-2014, 05:31 PM
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CIS menís hockey top 10 (#13)

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

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1. Calgary (20-0-2) / 149 points (14) / (1)
2. Alberta (19-2-1) / 134 / (2)
3. UNB (18-3-1) / 120 (1) / (3)
4. Acadia (17-2-3) / 101 / (4)
5. McGill (18-5-1) / 85 / (5) *
6. UQTR (18-4-0) / 85 / (6)
7. Carleton (16-5-1) / 47 / (7)
8. Western (16-6-0) / 41 / (NR)
9. Lakehead (15-6-1) / 20 / (9)
10. Moncton (13-8-0) / 16 / (NR)

* McGill is ranked higher than UQTR based on number of higher-placed votes.

Other teams receiving votes: Ryerson (13), Queen’s (5), Saskatchewan (5), UPEI (2).

It looks like the love-in for Queen's has finally fizzled off.

Surprised at the first place vote for UNB - they're not playing 'head and shoulders' above everyone else. At least not yet.

If these rankings hold true - the CW winner will be in Pool A with the OUA-Runner-up and OUA-Wild-Card while Pool B will be AUS-Champion, OUA-Champion (if you can call one game a real measure of a champion) and USask

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01-28-2014, 06:18 PM
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Cannot understand why Lakehead continues to get love each week; 4-3-1 in the second half, 19GF 26GA, and 2 losses in the first half to UOIT, a team with a 4-14-3 record against non-Lakehead opponents. Just don't get how they are still ranked.

In the first half I was thinking the OUA would be a footnote at the Nationals this year. But UQTR is rolling. In the second half they are 7-0 (11 straight wins overall) and in the second half have 42GF 13GA. They seem to have risen to the top - their game against Carleton in two weeks should really give a good sense of how far they have come.

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Just for fun, in comparison to the OHT36 these are the discrepancies:

1. Calgary correct
2. Alberta correct
3. UNB correct
4. Acadia correct
5. McGill over-rated by 4
6. UQTR under-rated by 1
7. Carleton over-rated by 1
8. W. Ontario over-rated by 4
9. Lakehead over-rated by 11
10. Moncton under-rated by 3
11. Ryerson over-rated by 2
12. Queenís over-rated by 4
13. Saskatchewan under-rated by 7
14. UPEI under-rated by 4

So Lakehead is the most over-rated team and Sask is the most under-rated.

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02-26-2014, 08:52 AM
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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)

1. Alberta (21-2-1) / 168 points (15) / (2)
2. UNB (20-3-1) / 140 (2) / (3)
3. Calgary (20-2-2) / 136 / (1)
4. Acadia (18-3-3) / 114 / (4)
5. UQTR (20-4-0) / 108 / (6)
6. McGill (19-5-2) / 85 / (5)
7. Carleton (18-5-1) / 62 / (7)
8. Moncton (16-8-0) / 38 / (10) *
9. Western (17-6-1) / 38 / (8)
10. Saskatchewan (14-9-1) / 37 / (NR)

* Moncton is ranked higher than Western based on number of higher-placed votes.

Other teams receiving votes: Lakehead (3), Queenís (3), UPEI (2), Ryerson (1).

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Cis menís hockey top 10 (#15)

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.

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1. Alberta (23-2-1) / 169 points (16) / (1)
2. UNB (22-3-1) / 152 (1) / (2)
3. Acadia (20-3-3) / 129 / (4)
4. Calgary (21-2-3) / 127 / (3)
5. McGill (20-5-2) / 91 / (6)
6. Carleton (20-5-1) / 90 / (7)
7. UQTR (20-6-0) / 55 / (5) *
8. Western (19-6-1) / 55 / (9)
9. Saskatchewan (15-10-1) / 27 / (10)
10. Moncton (16-10-0) / 20 / (8)

* UQTR is ranked higher than Western based on number of higher-placed votes.

Other teams receiving votes: UPEI (10), Queenís (8), Lakehead (1), Ryerson (1).

Note: UNB is not the consensus #2 - 1x10 + 16x9 = 154, so they are #3 on two ballets or a #8 on one.

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Cis menís hockey top 10 (#16)

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.

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1. Alberta (25-2-1) / 168 points (15) / (1)
2. UNB (24-3-1) / 154 (2) / (2)
3. Acadia (21-4-3) / 129 / (3)
4. Calgary (21-4-3) / 122 / (4)
5. Carleton (22-5-1) / 99 / (6)
6. McGill (21-5-2) / 78 / (5)
7. UQTR (22-6-0) / 63 / (7)
8. Western (21-6-1) / 57 / (8)
9. Saskatchewan (17-10-1) / 38 / (9)
10. Moncton (17-11-0) / 16 / (10)

Other teams receiving votes: Lakehead (6), Queenís (3), UPEI (1), Ryerson (1).

Note: UNB gets an extra 31 vote on the strength of their two shutouts, but they are still a #3 on someone's ballet. 2x10+15x9 = 155

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

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1. Alberta (25-2-1) / 169 points (16)/ (1)
2. UNB (24-3-1) / 153 (1) / (2)
3. Acadia (21-4-3) / 124 / (3)
4. Calgary (21-4-3) / 122 / (4)
5. Carleton (22-5-1 / 2-0) / 99 / (5)
6. McGill (21-5-2 / 2-0) / 82 / (6)
7. UQTR (22-6-0 / 2-0) / 71 / (7)
8. Western (21-6-1 / 2-1) / 46 / (8)
9. Moncton (17-11-0 / 2-0) / 41 / (10)
T10. Saskatchewan (17-10-1 / 1-2) / 7 / (9) *
T10. Ryerson (17-10-1 / 2-1) / 7 / (NR) *

Other teams receiving votes: Lakehead (7), UBC (3), Saint Mary’s (3), Queen’s (1).

* Saskatchewan and Ryerson are tied this week as both teams received the same voting breakdown. They are ranked higher than Lakehead based on number of higher place votes.

UNB is still not the consensus #2 - someone is holding out either for Acadia or Calgary. 1x10+16x9=154. Not sure how you lose a #1 vote when both the #1 and #2 are on a bye-week?


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UNB is still not the consensus #2 - someone is holding out either for Acadia or Calgary. 1x10+16x9=154. Not sure how you lose a #1 vote when both the #1 and #2 are on a bye-week?
And when #3 and #4 are also on a bye week.

Odd things happen during playoffs. Last year Manitoba and Calgary finished the regular season in the Top Ten. They lost semi-final series to Alberta and Saskatchewan, who were higher-ranked Top Ten teams. (Manitoba lost 2-1 to Sask and Calgary lost 2-0 to Alberta.) They both fell from the Top Ten. IMO this is done to ensure that the teams contending for OUA berths in the nationals finish somewhere in the rankings.

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do you have a vote for cis mens hockey top ten?
you should!
i have lost interest in these blogs mainly because it seems the only ones who ever chime in on this site or the vreds site are those trying to influence the flawed top 10 because they have a vote (or I am assuming they do)....why else such a narrow perspective, and protect their boys( AB UNB)
the # 1 ranking is huge every year because u avoid both the OUA and AUS/CW league champions. the pool is always the AUS?CW runner up and the OUA runner up. while the other pool has two league champions and the host.
It really is a joke the way everyone chimes in with little perspective on what a great league the CIS is
instead we hear Stauffer talk about a new fitness guy....for the bears not him and look out it is the best team since Mac T or Drummer and Foyle answering back regarding the Vreds.
Hey all are great teams i am sure.....but wouldnt it be nice if...
acadia advanced carleton ryerson lakehead and maybe just maybe a calgary or Manitoba. this would be good for all of the hockey in the CIS.
some of this stuff is like a bad infinite loop on a computer program.
loved the Olympics (FRESH!) and am glad the Jets are back at it! hey how about our Blue Bombers! going for it!

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Holley
do you have a vote for cis mens hockey top ten?
you should!
i have lost interest in these blogs mainly because it seems the only ones who ever chime in on this site or the vreds site are those trying to influence the flawed top 10 because they have a vote (or I am assuming they do)....why else such a narrow perspective, and protect their boys( AB UNB)
the # 1 ranking is huge every year because u avoid both the OUA and AUS/CW league champions. the pool is always the AUS?CW runner up and the OUA runner up. while the other pool has two league champions and the host.
It really is a joke the way everyone chimes in with little perspective on what a great league the CIS is
instead we hear Stauffer talk about a new fitness guy....for the bears not him and look out it is the best team since Mac T or Drummer and Foyle answering back regarding the Vreds.
Hey all are great teams i am sure.....but wouldnt it be nice if...
acadia advanced carleton ryerson lakehead and maybe just maybe a calgary or Manitoba. this would be good for all of the hockey in the CIS.
some of this stuff is like a bad infinite loop on a computer program.
loved the Olympics (FRESH!) and am glad the Jets are back at it! hey how about our Blue Bombers! going for it!
I do not vote on the CIS Top Ten. I don't need a vote. I have the OHT36. IAE, I have the Monkeys and Squirrels solidly at 1 and 2 myself.

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Hey all are great teams i am sure.....but wouldnt it be nice if...
acadia advanced carleton ryerson lakehead and maybe just maybe a calgary or Manitoba.
I'm all for it. There have been far too many of the same teams going to Nationals over the past few years. I hope Carleton goes from the OUA-East this year and maybe Windsor or Ryerson from the OUA-West. If UNB doesn't make it - it's because they lost to a better team in Acadia who hasn't gone in 8 years.

Over the past 5 years, there have only been 13 different teams out of 30 possible invitations (more like 26 invitations as hosts get a repeat spot). There are on average 3 returning teams each year from the previous tournament, so I can see how it looks like the same old thing each year. Only MAN, Waterloo and Calgary are noobs which is not a lot of 'new' blood over the past 5 years.

UNB, UQTR, USask, Waterloo, Alberta, SMU (3 repeats)
UNB, UQTR, McGill, USask, Western, UdeM (3 repeats)
UNB, Alberta, McGill, Western, Calgary, SFX (3 repeats)
SMU, Alberta, McGill, LKD, MAN, UQTR (4 repeats)
SMU, Alberta, McGill, LKD, UNB, Western (3 repeats)

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I'm all for it. There have been far too many of the same teams going to Nationals over the past few years. I hope Carleton goes from the OUA-East this year and maybe Windsor or Ryerson from the OUA-West. If UNB doesn't make it - it's because they lost to a better team in Acadia who hasn't gone in 8 years.

Over the past 5 years, there have only been 13 different teams out of 30 possible invitations (more like 26 invitations as hosts get a repeat spot). There are on average 3 returning teams each year from the previous tournament, so I can see how it looks like the same old thing each year. Only MAN, Waterloo and Calgary are noobs which is not a lot of 'new' blood over the past 5 years.

UNB, UQTR, USask, Waterloo, Alberta, SMU (3 repeats)
UNB, UQTR, McGill, USask, Western, UdeM (3 repeats)
UNB, Alberta, McGill, Western, Calgary, SFX (3 repeats)
SMU, Alberta, McGill, LKD, MAN, UQTR (4 repeats)
SMU, Alberta, McGill, LKD, UNB, Western (3 repeats)
If newness is what you want, those with the longest droughts would produce this:

Host: Sask
CW: UBC
OUAW: Windsor
OUAE: Carleton
AUS: Acadia
OUA wild-card: Ryerson

On the one hand, some of those teams would be nice to see but in the end I think most want to see the big names. I'd sooner see one of the newcomers have a really good regular season so that they are ranked with UNB and Alberta all season long. That would create more interest IMO.

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With UNB, UQTR, and Waterloo all out there will be at least 3 new entries this year. I think SMU will be in tough against Acadia so I could see just Alberta/Sask. being repeat entries.

Western, another common participant, is also out now so this year might see more 'newness' than in the past little while.

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