Found November 19, 2012 on Goon's World:
Each week 12 of us participate in the WCHA Web Media Poll that is put on by the Tech Hockey Guide.  A few weeks ago, someone was wondering how the voters voted. I am a fan of transparency and if said voters/people put up their ballots I will share them with you.  Here is how four of the voters voted in this week’s poll. As you can see there is a wide range of votes. Chris Dilks of Western College Hockey 1. Denver University – (9-1-0, WCHA 7-1-0) 2. Saint Cloud State – (6-4-0, WCHA 4-2-0) 3. University of North Dakota – (5-3-2, WCHA 3-1-2) 4. Minnesota Gophers – (7-2-2, WCHA 4-2-2)   5. Nebraska Omaha – (6-3-1, WCHA 4-1-1) 6. Colorado College – (7-5-0, WCHA 4-2-0)   7. Michigan Tech – (4-6-0, WCHA 3-5-0)  8. Bemidji State – (2-5-1, WCHA 1-4-1)  9.  Alaska Anchorage – (2-3-3, WCHA 0-2-2)  10. Wisconsin – (1-5-2, WCHA 1-3-2) 11. Minnesota Duluth – (2-6-1, WCHA 0-4-2) 12.   Minnesota State Mankato – (3-5-2, WCHA 1-5-0) Mathew Semisch Radio Free Omaha 1. Denver University – (9-1-0, WCHA 7-1-0) 2. Saint Cloud State – (6-4-0, WCHA 4-2-0) 3.) Minnesota Gophers – (7-2-2, WCHA 4-2-2)   4.) University of North Dakota – (5-3-2, WCHA 3-1-2) 5.) Colorado College – (7-5-0, WCHA 4-2-0)   6.) Nebraska Omaha – (6-3-1, WCHA 4-1-1) 7.) Michigan Tech – (4-6-0, WCHA 3-5-0)  8.) Wisconsin – (1-5-2, WCHA 1-3-2) 9.) Minnesota Duluth – (2-6-1, WCHA 0-4-2) 10.) Bemidji State – (2-5-1, WCHA 1-4-1)  11.) Minnesota State Mankato – (3-5-2, WCHA 1-5-0) 12.) Alaska Anchorage – (2-3-3, WCHA 0-2-2)  Andy Johnson Bucky’s Fifth Quarter 1.) Denver University – (9-1-0, WCHA 7-1-0)  2.) Denver University – (9-1-0, WCHA 7-1-0)  3.) UMTC – (7-2-2, WCHA 4-2-2)  4.) University of North Dakota – (5-3-2, WCHA 3-1-2)  5.) Nebraska Omaha – (6-3-1, WCHA 4-1-1)  6.) Colorado College – (7-5-0, WCHA 4-2-0) 7.) Wisconsin – (1-5-2, WCHA 1-3-2)  8.) Michigan Tech – (4-6-0, WCHA 3-5-0)   9.) Minnesota Duluth – (2-6-1, WCHA 0-4-2 10.) Minnesota State Mankato – (3-5-2, WCHA 1-5-0) 11.) Bemidji State – (2-5-1, WCHA 1-4-1)  12.) Alaska Anchorage – (2-3-3, WCHA 0-2-2)  My Picks 1. Denver University – (9-1-0, WCHA 7-1-0)  2. Saint Cloud State – (6-4-0, WCHA 4-2-0) 3. University of North Dakota – (5-3-2, WCHA 3-1-2)  4. Minnesota Gophers – (7-2-2, WCHA 4-2-2)  5. Nebraska Omaha – (6-3-1, WCHA 4-1-1)  6. Colorado College – (7-5-0, WCHA 4-2-0) 7. Michigan Tech – (4-6-0, WCHA 3-5-0)   8. Bemidji State – (2-5-1, WCHA 1-4-1)  9.  Alaska Anchorage – (2-3-3, WCHA 0-2-2)  10. Wisconsin – (1-5-2, WCHA 1-3-2)  11. Minnesota Duluth – (2-6-1, WCHA 0-4-2 12.  Minnesota State Mankato – (3-5-2, WCHA 1-5-0)

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