Each week, I participate in a WCHA Web Media Poll that is put on by the Tech Hockey Guide with 11 other people that represent both the print media as well as the hockey blogosphere.
There was some movement in this week’s poll. Minnesota and North Dakota remain at the number one and number two spots. Denver moves up one spot to three. Nebraska-Omaha moves down one spot, from three to four. Saint Cloud State moves up one spot, from sixth to fifth. Minnesota State moves down one spot, from fifth to sixth. Wisconsin moves up one spot, from eighth to seventh. Minnesota Duluth falls one spot from seventh to eighth.
5)Saint Cloud Sate98614-8-236
8) Minnesota Duluth6479-10-3610
Representing Name Publication Twitter
Alaska-Anchorage, Taylor Hall College Hockey News @thall907
Bemidji State, Troy Mills The Beaver PondColorado College, Joe Paisley, Paisley Hockey @PaisleyhockeyDenver, Mike Chambers, Denver Post @MChambersDPMichigan Tech, Tim Braun, Tech Hockey Guide @TBraunTHGMinnesota, Dan Myers, Minnesota Hockey Magazine @1DanMyersMinnesota Duluth, Bruce Ciskie, The Ciskie Blog @BruceCiskieMinnesota State, Chris Dilks, Western College Hockey @ChrisDilksNebraska-Omaha, Matt Semisch, Radio Free Omaha @matthewsemischNorth Dakota, Eric Burton The Hockey Writers Combine and Goon’s World @goon48St. Cloud State, Jeremy Larson, Husky Hockey Time @jclarson02Wisconsin, Andy Johnson, Bucky’s 5th Quarter @andyjohnsonB5Q
Cross Posted at the Hockey Writers - Combine.
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