SCHOOLWEEKEND GAMESLAST TIME OUTQUICK STROKES

No. 1 Minnesota

  • IDLE
Beat then-No. 5 Boston College 6-1 on Sunday.Nate Condon led the nation in points (12) at the end of Sunday.

No. 2 Notre Dame

  • Fri. and Sat. at Vermont
Lost 4-1 to Minnesota-Duluth on Saturday.The Fighting Irish haven't faced the Catamounts since 2002.

No. 3 Providence

  • Fri. at Boston University
  • Sat vs. Boston University
Tied then-No. 3 Miami (Ohio) 4-4 on Saturday.Providence enters Friday tied for the national lead in offense with Northeastern as both squads are averaging 5.00 goals per game.

No. 4 Michigan

  • Fri. and Sat. vs. Michigan Tech
Lost 2-1 to Massachusetts-Lowell on Saturday.This weekend will mark Michigan Tech’s first visit to Yost Ice Arena since Feb. 17-18, 1984, though the teams will meet for the 217th time on Saturday.

No. 5 North Dakota

  • Fri. and Sat. vs. No. 9 St. Cloud St.
Lost 6-2 to then-No. 1 Miami 6-2 on Oct. 19.North Dakota has allowed teams to score on the power play once in 24 chances.

No. 6 Miami (Ohio)

  • Fri. and Sat. vs. Canisius
Tied then-No. 8 Providence 4-4 on Saturday.Riley Barber currently is tied for first in the nation in scoring with 12 points and second with eight goals.

No. 7 Quinnipiac

  • Fri.  at Colgate
  • Sat. at Cornell
Beat Holy Cross 4-1 on Saturday.Connor Jones is two points away from becoming the 19th Bobcat to reach the 100-point mark.

No. 8 Boston College

  • Fri. vs. Northeastern
  • Sat. at Northeastern
Lost 6-1 to then-No. 1 Minnesota on Sunday.Johnny Gaudreau became Boston College's 74th player in program history to score 100 points for his career.

No. 9 St. Cloud St.

  • Fri. and Sat. at North Dakota
Beat Colgate 4-3 on Saturday.Senior forward Nic Dowd gained his second short-handed game winner of the season

No. 10 Rensselaer

 

  • Fri. at Harvard
  • Sat. at Dartmouth

 

Tied 3-3 to Harvard on Tuesday.Heading into this weekend's action, junior forward Ryan Haggerty is first in the nation in goals (nine), goals per game (1.50) and power-play goals (four).